WARMING UP AND COOLING DOWN
Warming up and cooling down are very important to keep you injury free. Exercise or jogging before training or competing can do the trick. Jogging slowly for a few minutes afterwards is equally vital
The following are simple warm ups that can finish in 20-30 minutes.
1. Neck Stretch
2. Arm Circling
3. Trunk Twisting
4. Knee Clasping
5. Side Bending
6. Spot Running
7. Skip Jumps
8. Sitting Toe-touching
To be fit and fine, there’s no second alternative to physical activity. Workouts and freehand exercise actually improve heart functioning, lowers blood pressure, cholesterol and triglycerides. Not only is it a must for those suffering from obesity or diabetes, it is also a great reliever of pent-up emotions like anger. Selecting an exercise programme that you enjoy will make you consistent.
SOME BASIC FORM OF EXERCISE
1. Cardiovascular Exercise Cardiovascular exercise burns calories, promotes blood circulation and strengthens the heart. One can do this through walking swimming or cycling.
2. Strength Training Weight bearing exercise help in maintaining bone density and keeping the body strong. Working out on machines or exercising using dumbbells can be the idea ways.
3. Flexibility Training Flexibility exercise help to keep the body supple, flexible and free from muscular stress. Some good examples are yoga and stretching exercises.
Some everyday activities help you distress. Let these be part of your daily routine.
1. Have a sound sleep
2. Laughter helps relax the mind and wipe away stress
3. Breathing exercises and pranayama improve lung capacity and calm the body and mind.