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Getting Fit with Yoga and Strength Training

The first part of this chapter focuses on yoga. In this section, we review the benefits of deep breathing and how to do it the right way. We also provide step lists for all the poses and include the Sanskrit Hindi terms whenever possible in case you ever want to take a yoga class. In the strength training section, we discuss how bodyweight moves can effectively target all your major muscle groups and provide you with step lists for each of the strength-training exercises. Images of select yoga poses and strength-training exercises are also provided throughout. Of course, you can watch demos of any of the yoga and strength-training exercises being performed while you are working out with Wii Fit Plus by selecting Demo after you choose your activity. For more details on navigating menus, turn to Chapter 1. Let's get started

Oxygen Your Old Friend

Did you know that oxygen burns fat No Well now you do. We all assume that it's the exercise alone that causes us to burn fat. What happens when we exercise We breathe heavier and deeper. This in turn delivers more than our usual amount of oxygen throughout our body's cells. This seems to be one of the world's best kept secrets. Yet it isn't. Numerous books have been written about the benefit of deep breathing.

Deeper Better Breathing

Not only that, but did you feel your lungs stretching out You don't feel that very often do you It feels good and bad at the same time, right That's because you're not used to it. Try it a couple of more times. It gets easier each time, right That's the beauty of retraining yourself to breathe properly. It is easy Don't you feel relaxed and refreshed at the same time Your body is saying thank you, thank you Just that very tiny bit of deep breathing and your body feels better. An immediate reaction. Now think of this. That extra oxygen you gifted your body with is now moving through your bloodstream, slightly increasing your flow, and getting rid of excess waste and fat. All that in a matter of seconds Keep lying on the floor, bed, or couch, and practice a little more. Get used to how deep breathing feels. Close your eyes and sense the rhythm of the deep breath you're taking. Memorize it. Now to the deep breathing workout.

A Healthy Back and Body

Cats are graceful, coordinated and instinctively stretch to keep muscles tuned and joints flexible. Notice howcats feel the stretch, testthe tension, relax and focus on the stretch. Order famous book, Stretching, by Bob Anderson, World's top Stretching Coach and Bragg follower. His wife did these sketches. Bob also gives Bragg Breathing Exercises at his sports seminars.

The 52010 Negative Calorie Workout

You've practiced a couple of deep breathing techniques. You know how it feels to breathe deeply. Now to put it into play. Stand up straight and tall. Place your feet apart about twelve inches. Relax. Loosen up a bit. Roll your shoulders and neck. Okay, I call this the 5-20-10 Negative Calorie Workout.

Extreme flexibility through Contrast Breathing

The effectiveness of conventional PNF can be dramatically increased through proper breathing. Take a lesson from Chi Kung, Tai Chi and Yoga. Masters of these Oriental disciplines put heavy emphasis on breathing exercises that leads to remarkable mastery of the body and mind. Here is why.

Breathing for Maximum Metabolism

Breathing exercises, as outlined above. You don't need to lie on your back to do breathing exercises, so you can do them at any time and in any place you choose. Just concentrate on the proper motion with each breath. Do this repeatedly, and you'll develop neuromuscular patterns that will help you breathe correctly while you're exercising. Do your breathing exercises at least twice a day, ten times each session, and then work your way up to three times a day. Whatever you do, don't look upon your breathing exercises as an insignificant component of your overall health and fitness program. Improper breathing has held back many a person from attaining their peak health level and their peak efficiency level, both at home and at work. Devoting a few minutes to training one's body to breathe properly can greatly improve one's health and promote a greater degree of success and happiness.

Proper breathing can help you in other ways as well

Deep breathing can reduce stress, and stress is one of the major causes of heart disease. The Journal of Human Hypertension recently reported that just two ten-minute sessions of deep, slow breathing can lower the blood pressure by as much as eleven points. Slows the aging process. As mentioned in other parts of this book, the body has a way of slowing down when you get older. By following this program, however, you'll help to stem this inexorable slide. According to some experts, if you don't practice deep breathing at least twice a day, your lung capacity at age seventy will be a third of what it was when you were twenty. In summary, the way deep breathing works is that it leads to

Bottomline Bodybuilding

Place your weight on your left leg and attempt to raise your right hip without lifting your right leg too high. (Your right foot shouldn't be more than a few inches off the ground). Contract the entire region of the transverse abdominals including the external oblique muscles and the serratus magnus. Think of the muscles hardening Maintain that position while breathing deeply. Lower the right leg and repeat on the opposite side.

Health and Fitness Benefits

Your spine is limbered up, arm and shoulder strength increase, and you also work your abdominal muscles. An excellent torso strength exercise, and as so many movements in capoeira are inverted, bananeira is useful for balance. The handstand is primary training for many gymnastic movements and is subsequently central to gymnastic and acrobatic training. Static inverted postures are also excellent for the circulation when combined with deep breathing.

Cardiovascular Disease

In fact, all cardiac patients should defer resistance training until after four to six weeks of cardiorespiratory endurance exercise has been completed. Every precaution should be taken to ensure that proper breathing techniques are used throughout each and every repetition for each and every set to make sure you don't hold your breath, which can send your blood pressure through the roof. Strength training should incorporate all major muscle groups legs, calves, back, chest, shoulders, and arms. The following exercises are appropriate for cardiac patients beginning a resistance program.

Understanding Yoga

Deep Breathing, referred to by yogis as pranayama, is the first choice on the Yoga exercise selector menu, and for good reason. Breathing is something you do 15 times per minute on average, or approximately 22,000 times daily, and is one of those activities you rarely think about, but can have great health benefits if done properly. Deep breathing has been found to reduce stress, lower blood pressure, ward off or control panic attacks, boost immunity, and increase metabolic rate, so learning how to master this skill is worthwhile. Although it may seem like there is no correct way to breathe, many of us are shallow breathers and, therefore, are not oxygenating our cells as optimally as we could be, which can reduce performance. To determine if you are a shallow breather, place your hand on your abdomen after exhaling and then take a normal breath. If you don't feel your abdomen expand, you are likely only using your intercostals the muscles between the ribs rather than your diaphragm...

Onelegged balance

A distracted or restless mind can contribute to poor balance. Maintain your focus by locking your gaze on a point in front of you, and make sure you breathe deeply through your diaphragm (see the section on deep breathing in this chapter). If you still have trouble maintaining your balance, see if you can find someone to spot you.

Neck rotation

Treatment for recurrent tension headaches, however, is another story. A frequently throbbing head is your body's way of telling you that something significant is out of balance in your life. Stress is an unavoidable part of modern life, but by far the best course of action to combat stress-related tension headaches is prevention. Although such natural remedies as a visit to a chiropractor, acupressure, acupuncture, and even hypnosis can help with recurring tension headaches, several well-regarded studies have concluded that stress management skills and relaxation training can reduce chronic headache for 50 to 70 percent of patients. Techniques such as deep breathing, meditation, and most important of all, stretching, can trigger the relaxation response, which can lower blood pressure, reduce pulse rates, and release muscle tension. Regular stretching keeps you calm and flexible, and it can help reduce headache frequency and intensity.

Warrior Stretching

Static stretching is a controlled stretch that does not involve motion. It involves holding a position for 15-30 seconds. You stretch to the farthest point and hold. A specific muscle or muscle group is extended to the point right before pain. During static stretching, concentrate on relaxing the target muscles and breathing deeply. Relaxed stretching is also very good for cooling down after a workout and helps reduce post-workout muscle fatigue and soreness.

Week Set 1Set

Correct lifting techniques are critical for achieving maximum benefits and preventing injury. Lifting form, speed, and breathing techniques are all important for weight training. The lift should be performed as a controlled movement with proper form. Do not compromise your form as it will not help but rather increase your chance of injury. The appropriate speed of lifting needs to be applied to all exercise movements. When performing exercises, such as the bench press, squat, biceps curl, lat pull-down, etc., the weight should be moved at a rate of 1-2 seconds in each direction. This will ensure your safety and optimize strength training. Proper breathing techniques must be used during weight training. Exhale during positive weight movement (moving the weight against gravity). This helps prevent the valsalva maneuver (an increase in internal pressure caused by holding your breath during lifting exercises) which can result in damage to the cardiovascular system. Never hold your breath...

Strength Training

Proper breathing technique can help lifting performance and reduce the risk of injury. Lifters should exhale as the weight passes through the sticking point (i.e., the most difficult part of the lift) and inhale during the recovery phase. By exhaling when the weight passes through the sticking point and not before, intra-thoracic pressure is momentarily increased, which can help stabilize the lower back. However, prolonged straining at the sticking point, or breath holding throughout a repetition should be avoided.


Breathing is something you do without thinking. When you are exercising, however, you may have to think about it a little, at least at first. All forms of exercise demand that you use proper breathing technique, which can help increase blood flow and remove lactic acid from your muscles. Correct breathing is also important when you are stretching, because it increases blood flow to the muscles, thereby improving their elasticity.

Part Two The Workout

Proper breathing is critical for performance and overall health. Breathing deeply alkalizes your system, and therefore reduces the acid-stress factor on your body. Deep inhalations followed by deep exhalations supply your tissues with vital oxygen, while eliminating carbon dioxide. Converseiy, shallow or improper breathing causes an oxygen deficiency and retention of carbon dioxide, which accelerates the build-up of carbonic acid in the blood. Poor oxygenation to the cells, and an overly acidic system, leads to muscle fatigue and stiffness, and stress-related exhaustion.

The Workout

One of the first things you should do before you begin is thoroughly familiarize yourself with the selectorized weight-training machines that you plan to use in your gym or the dumbbell routine that you will use at home. One of the gym's trainers can show you how to properly position your body for each exercise and can demonstrate appropriate lifting and breathing techniques for both the machines and the dumbbells. He or she can also help you select the proper starting weight for each machine.


The very first essential thing to do in securing radiant HEALTH and physical STRENGTH is the DEEP BREATHING OF PURE OUTSIDE AIR. We can live without food for many weeks, without water for many days, but we can not live without air for more than a few minutes. Air is equally a food as fruits and vegetables. As it enters into the composition of the body, its value cannot be over emphasized. Yet because it is so cheap we ignore its real value. The first step required is to practice daily, FULL, DEEP LOWER BREATHING. There are some teachers who advocate blowing out the upper chest to an enormous extent, but this is both useless and injurious because as you get older you neglect the deep breathing with the result that the cavities of the lungs are unused and this forms a suitable culture medium for lung troubles and disease. What I advocate is formal deep breathing so that ALL parts of the lungs are filled to their utmost in proportion to the size of the body...

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