Hand exercise to increase blood circulation, firmness and motion
Here are some dhyan mudras that can help you beat stress, fatigue and disorders. Just take out 15 minutes daily.
A simple 15 minute routine daily ensures increased stamina and fitness. Watch out these 5 simple yoga poses here
5 exercises that will help you test your body’s flexibility and guess your body age group. Prepare yourself for anything because the results may be unpleasant. Warm up before you try the exercises: you can either jump, do squats or leg swings. And now that you're ready, let's find out your true body age with - Shoulder Joint Flexibility , Spine Flexibility, Neck and Shoulder Girdle Flexibility, Hip Joint Flexibility, Knee Joint Flexibility
This Mudra helps to control weight and obesity. It increases the fire element in the body that helps to maintain the temperature and improve the vision.
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Hand and body posture :
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Sit in padmasan (cross-legged ) on a yoga mat in a relaxed manner. Close your eyes and keep both hands on knees in the below posture or mudra.
Take a look on the exercises of Yoga for International Yoga Day by Baba Ramdev. Baba ramdev demonstrated 21 asanas on this occasion. Baba Radev gives tips of yoga for kids, adults and old for holistic fitness and development
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Tone up your arms in 4 minutes. No equipment needed. Add strength to your arms.
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Simple stretches and workouts that help you burn body fat and stay fit. These workouts don't need any gym or equipment.
Tips and suggestions mentioned by HealthCult are for general information purpose only and should not be construed as a professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or dietician before starting any fitness program or making any changes to your diet.