If you’re trying to get fit, you’ve probably heard that you can train like a boxer and spar like a wrestler.
And while that’s great for those of us who enjoy the physical and mental workout, it’s also incredibly limiting when it comes to your fitness goals.
There’s a growing body of research that suggests that yoga and MMA (muscle-based martial arts) have an incredibly similar effect on your health, even if they’re not exactly similar.
For example, there’s research that shows that, in a study of over 4,000 adults, yoga is able to help prevent heart disease, lower blood pressure, and increase lifespan, even when it’s done in a more sedentary environment.
And this isn’t just for athletes.
For every minute you spend practicing yoga, you can boost your body’s metabolism and boost your energy level.
The good news is that yoga can be very safe, too.
According to a recent study published in the journal Archives of Internal Medicine, those who practiced yoga for 30 minutes a day had a lower risk of death from all causes than those who did not.
And it turns out that yoga’s health benefits extend beyond the body.
It also has a significant impact on the mind.
While yoga can definitely help your mental health, the health benefits don’t stop there.
As yoga becomes more popular, more and more people are beginning to discover that the benefits don, in fact, extend to the physical as well.
This article is a brief introduction to the health effects of yoga, and will focus on the physical aspect of yoga.
The Benefits of Yoga There are three main benefits that yoga has over other forms of exercise: Physical Health – When you practice yoga, your muscles contract more, allowing your body to relax.
This can be particularly important for people who struggle with chronic pain or who have been diagnosed with some kind of chronic illness.