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Physical Fitness Plan (Surya Namasakar)


Physical Fitness Plan (Surya Namasakar)

Coronavirus lockdown and self-isolation has resulted in changes in people's routines. Everyone is now working from home and this is likely to bring a change in physical activity and eating habits. In order to help follow a routine, Department of Physical Education, University of Mumbai has prepared a quarantine health plan that can help in keeping your weight and health in check.

Surya Namaskar 

• Surya Namaskar or Sun Salutation is a sequence of 12 powerful yoga poses. Besides being a great cardiovascular workout, Surya Namaskar is also known to have an immensely positive impact on the body and mind. 
• Surya Namaskar is best done early morning on an empty stomach. Each round of Sun Salutation consists of two sets, and each set is composed of 12 yoga poses. 
• It should ideally be done early in the morning, facing the rising sun, and each movement of the body is synchronised with a breath, exhaling at the folds and inhaling as you lengthen or stretch out the body. 
• It serves as a complete exercise for the body, vitalizing all the major muscles and vital organs. 
• Each round takes 1 to 2 minutes to perform, depending on the speed and intensity of the practice. 
• Several variations on the classic Surya Namaskar exists. 
• Surya Namaskar is a universal practice. From beginners to seasoned Yogis, children to elderly, everyone is encouraged to practice Surya Namaskar.  

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