How to move smoothly?
If the goal is to relax , limber up, and improve your posture, yoga may be the answer. Coming from India, this discipline has been democratized in the West, and in particular in the United States, by a fashion effect.
The most practiced yoga is hatha yoga , based mainly on the body dimension. The different postures, breathing techniques and dynamic movements that it involves make it a discipline that combines the physical and the spiritual, bodybuilding and serenity. The goal is to become aware of your body to better understand it and better control it. The feeling of well-being is almost instantaneous. The more regular the practice, the greater the feeling of well-being during and after class.
Stretching is a gentle form of gymnastics that offers stretching exercises accompanied by breathing exercises. Stretching is instinctive since it brings a feeling of well-being and helps to stop a cramp, to wake up or to warm up, especially when these stretches are controlled and accompanied by breathing exercises.
The different postures are done on the ground or standing. Stretching can be practiced as an activity in its own right or in addition to another physical activity.
This practice is based on 8 main axes: breathing , control , positioning , fluidity of movements , centering (= contraction of the belly), order and relaxation . for the sake of efficiency Postures and movements must be done in a specific order. All parts of the body are involved, even if the abdominals and glutes are more stressed. Some postures may seem difficult but they are done gently, so without risk to muscles and joints. Pilates allows you to become aware of yourself and your body for a guaranteed well-being effect.
It is not necessary to multiply the lengths to find pleasure and observe results. Swimming with a board, for example, allows you to work only the lower body. Aquagym also allows you to exercise underwater. Combining energetic movements on a musical background, this practice particularly appeals to women.
In addition to its physical benefits, learning to dance has moral benefits. The music leads the dancers to escape and concentrate so as not to lose the rhythm. In addition, this sport is generally practiced as a couple or in a group, which induces a significant notion of sharing.