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2018, Vol. 5, Issue 6, Part A

“8” shaped walk maintain good health

Author(s): Dr. R Vidhya Sree

We all know that Yoga is a great technique used to do breath control and adoption of specific bodily postures. Yoga is widely practiced for health and body relaxation. Similarly Healthy 8 is a walking technique introduced by the Siddhas in India a few thousand years ago. Every one knows that regular walking is a great way to keep one's health fit but walking "8" shaped will give you tremendous health benefits. This is considered to be a supreme walk. Large amount of Oxygen will be inhaled during this walk. Phelgm in the lungs will come out slowly. Body gets energized due to huge quantity of oxygen consumption. One will feel energized the whole day. As per the guidance given by the siddhas, 6 to 8 feet wide and 12 to 16 feet long. Directions North "N" to South "S". By doing this "S" will be aligned to South direction. Start walking from No. 1 and walk towards 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and come back to number 1. Basically complete the "8" shaped walk. Continuously walk 8 for 10-15 min. After completing 15 min, walk towards 1-6-5-4-3-2-1 for another 10-15 min. Walk at your normal speed. Walking every day can greatly improve your health, help you lose weight, and get you feeling more confident about yourself and your body. It is an essential part of your physical and mental health. Daily walking in 8 will make you feel better and become more productive and happy.

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Dr. R Vidhya Sree. “8” shaped walk maintain good health. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2018;5(6):01-02.

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