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"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"

2016, Vol. 3, Issue 4, Part C

Hatha yoga is powerful but difficult whole principle of action is founded on an intimate connection between the body and soul


Author(s): Dr. Kishor P Pathak and Dr. Sinkukumar Sing

Abstract: Hatha Yoga is in its own way a system of knowledge. This is a science of being a psychophysical system. Yoga is a holistic system teaching skills which many sports persons seek, such as control over the mind, control over the body, good breathing habits, relaxation under pressure, highly developed concentration skills and the ability to focus on the present.
The aim of the Hatha Yoga is to climate toxin an impurities with the body that accumulate due to dietary habit. Yoga plays very important role in our society. Stretching is and king of exercise adapted from Hatha Yoga to suit the physiology requirement of human beings as well as sportsman. In Hatha yoga, muscles and bone, nervous, glandular, reparatory and circulatory systems are coordinated so that they help one another. In Hatha Yoga the body flexible and able to adjust itself easily to change of environment. In Hatha Yoga, yogic breathing system known as pranayama has great importance in games and sport pranayam improve the cardiovascular circulatory and respiratory system which is influences of positive effect for the sports person, Pranayam means control and regulation of breath.


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How to cite this article:
Dr. Kishor P Pathak and Dr. Sinkukumar Sing. Hatha yoga is powerful but difficult whole principle of action is founded on an intimate connection between the body and soul. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2016; 3(4): 140-141.
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