"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2016, Vol. 3, Issue 5, Part H
Yogic intervention during athletic training on athletesAuthor(s):
Dr. Anil MiliAbstract:
The paper identifies different component of yoga practices and there doing methods for an athlete during inactivity or detraining phase. The paper intends to understand the effects of different intensity level of workouts, high, middle or low, their possible advantages and disadvantages during the detraining period. The paper studies the different nature of asana- asana for core muscle, asana for back muscle, and asana for thigh muscle, Suryanamaskar for whole body and different joints, bandha for gland system, mudra for body language and pranayama for breathing pattern. It proposes a complete yoga package for an athlete, how to train himself and how to select the yoga posture regarding different body parts. This paper focuses on voluntary, involuntary and cardiac muscles, focus on voluntary muscles which work is pulling, pushing, running, jumping, throwing and correct body postures, bandha for involuntary muscle which regulates urinary system, digestive system and reproductive system in female during pregnancy become normal Surya namaskara for cardiac muscles which helps to remove cholesterol from heart artery and adipose tissues from whole body parts.Pages: 463-466 | 728 Views 22 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Dr. Anil Mili. Yogic intervention during athletic training on athletes. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2016; 3(5): 463-466.