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High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), Yoga and Meditation have incredible benefits on their own. Put them all together and now we are taking it to the next level!
Vibrate at a higher frequency, Tuned in to mind, body and soul!
Here are some benefits, if you want more information feel free to utilise google to get an in depth view of more about the tremendous benefits of these practices.
Compelling and ever-mounting research shows that the ideal form of exercise is short bursts of high intensity exercise.
Not only does HIIT beat conventional cardio as the most effective and efficient form of exercise, it also provides health benefits you simply cannot get from regular aerobics, such as a tremendous boost in human growth hormone (HGH), aka the “fitness hormone.”
Yoga, yoga, yoga. It is sweeping the west and theres plenty of reasons why this craze isn’t going anywhere. If anything we finally got the memo of what the east and yogi’s have been practicing for thousands of years. Really, yoga dates back 5,000 years ago.
Physical benefits include:
•Increased muscle strength and tone
•Improved respiration, energy and vitality
•The maintenance of a balanced metabolism
•Cardio and circulatory health
•Improved athletic and sexual performance
•Protection from injury
•Lessen chronic pain
•Lower blood pressure
More than just the physical.
Yoga has also been shown to aid in managing stress, development of coping skills, a more positive outlook on life, improved mental well being, the ability to get in tune with your body and your inner self.
Meditation is an enrichment to your soul. In a world where we are constantly reacting to external situations or circumstances, meditation is a much needed and often overlooked reset, break or simply the opportunity to explore your inner landscape and world.
Scientific evidence of meditation’s powers continues to add up. In a way, it is like exercise for our brains: meditation has been shown to assist in mental health maintenance, improve our memory, empathy, and sense of self — similar to how exercise boosts our resilience, muscle strength, cardiovascular health, and blood pressure/cholesterol.
With meditation, the physiology undergoes a change and every cell in the body is filled with more energy. This results in joy, peace, enthusiasm as the level of energy in the body increases.