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Yoga or gym: What's best for your body?


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piri
Neither Yoga nor the Gym,
by piri on Jan 10, 2019 07:52 AM

but Tai Chi !

Tai Chi gives all the benefits of yoga and most of the benefits of the Gym !

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Poovalingam
Yoga Vs Gym
by Poovalingam on Jun 13, 2016 05:20 PM

First of all both are not comparable because it's selection purely based on one's inclination to know about the deep part on these sections. Even If you get a good teacher on either of them, the success rate depends on the individuals circumstances which means factors like their family culture, education, economy and the physique. For eg, a vegan orthodox may not reach the 100% success rate with their counterpart who eats eggs for the stamina during Gym and vice versa.

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two paisa
Author underestimates Yoga!
by two paisa on Jun 12, 2016 09:43 AM

Just try doing 20 minutes of Surya Namaskara without a break - you will get full fledged Cardio, Stretching, Muscle workout, Endurance, and serious sweat, all in a single workout.

The body is a very efficient machine. Over a period of time, it gets good at doing anything - whether jogging, elliptical, swimming, whatever. Because of this, the returns from these activities go down over time.

Also, none of these activities are multi-dimensional, none of them come with zero risk of injury. But once you are familiar and comfortable with Surya Namaskara, you get a full multi-dimensional workout, that is designed to engage every single muscle of the body, and still there is almost zero risk for injury. There is zero scope for impact or stress injury also.

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pyarelal laxmikant
NEITHER...
by pyarelal laxmikant on Jun 10, 2016 05:02 PM



...Yoga Nor Gym.

The One In The Middle Is The Best For Me.

:)



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Srinivas R
yoga or gym
by Srinivas R on Jun 10, 2016 04:47 PM  | Hide replies

gym has side effects, but yoga does not. this is the biggest win for yoga. with yoga you will become more human, with gym not sure.

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jhatu
Re: yoga or gym
by jhatu on Jun 11, 2016 12:43 PM
what side effects?
If you have tiny pick that is not because of Gym frusto.

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Mike Teflon
Re: Re: yoga or gym
by Mike Teflon on Jun 11, 2016 09:17 PM
Yeah, but cane we exercise tiny pick???

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pravin sarode
YOGA is two sided sword it is to used carefully with caution plis
by pravin sarode on Jun 10, 2016 01:45 PM

Every thing is set limit for example HATH YOGA is two sided sword used in history by kings like BINDOOSAR to win battles but it is two sided sword may hurt the user also sometimes

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satish r siriyannavar
yoga or gym
by satish r siriyannavar on Jun 10, 2016 01:43 PM  | Hide replies

while yoga make both body and mind good gym make only body make good .thats too until you practice egularly.yoga is more for both body and mind and even for spiritual seekers,gym can hardly supports your body

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