Summary of knowledge of high temperature yoga
What is hot yoga?
Bikram’s Yoga was founded by Indian yoga master Bikam Choudhury and his wife (also said to be American), and later spread to Europe and the United States and became popular.
In addition to improving the usual yoga movements, high-temperature yoga also needs to complete 26 fixed yoga postures in 60 minutes with the indoor temperature of 38 ℃ -42 ℃ and the strict ventilation system.
It can speed up blood circulation, increase the secretion of joint lubricating fluid, and soften muscles and bones that have hardened due to exercise.
Ideal for beginners of yoga or long periods of inactivity.
What is the effect of hot yoga?
1. Lose weight (significant effect on excess caused by stagnant cells in the tissue).
2. Burn the aunt in the body (this effect is achieved by exercising at high temperature).
3. Enhance heart, lung and kidney function (this effect is achieved by practicing breathing and whole body exercise).
4, increase the softness of the body, reduce the feeling of pain and reduce the chance of injury.
5. Regulate personal emotions and stress to make your mood peaceful and optimistic.
6. Promote metabolism, strengthen immunity, and improve joint complications.
7, stimulate the lymphatic system, expel toxins from the body, quickly eliminate fat, make the skin beautiful, shiny 8, balanced diet and regulate endocrine.
9, through the adjustment of pressure to achieve the role of promoting sleep.
10. Eliminate sub-health.
11, Shujin and blood circulation.
Why is Yoga “heating”?
High-temperature yoga requires practitioners to stay at room temperature for 38 to 42 seconds because yoga masters believe that it is easy to be injured when practicing yoga when the body is not hot, so it is like changing a piece of steel with a hammer and easily changing itIn the shape you imagine, there is no way to change the shape of a steel hammer without heating it.
Advocates of hot yoga believe that this set of movements can coordinately restore the body to a balanced state within 90 minutes, so that the whole body can be exercised.
It can systematically deliver 100% of oxygen-filled fresh blood to all parts of the body, allowing them to return to a healthy, natural working state.
What kind of person is not suitable for practicing hot yoga?
People with seizures, high blood pressure, high blood pressure, severe colds, fever, kidney disease, and diabetes are not suitable for practicing high-temperature yoga. The common cold is just a fever or can be practiced.