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Benefits of Exercising Regularly

Benefits of Exercising Regularly

Exercise has been an important part of Ayurvedic routine for thousands of years. Our ancient scholars have laid great emphasis on this because exercise has great benefits for the mind and body. Nowadays people are suffering from many types of diseases like; Diseases like obesity, diabetes mellitus, heart disease, various joint diseases etc. Lack of proper exercise has also been found to be the cause of these diseases.

If exercise is done in a proper way, it plays a huge role in making the body firm, as well as increasing stamina and working capacity by exercising. It pacifies and balances all the three doshas. You need more intense exercise such as jogging and aerobics as a form of exercise to keep the body balanced.

According to the Season

If exercise is done according to the season, then it is considered even better, so we are going to tell about the exercise according to the season.

Winter and spring are the best times for exercise. Exercising in winter and spring expands the positive energy in the body and in hot weather, one needs to reduce exertion and be outside more.

Essential exercise at any age enhances digestion and if done properly, it dissolves impurities in the tissues. It boosts the immune system, removes fatigue, prevents premature aging and prevents weight gain.

Types of Exercise

There are many types of exercises, we are going to tell you in detail about their types.

Namyak or Flexibility Exercise

In this exercise the body parts are stretched and the range of motion of muscles and joints is improved.

Isotonic Exercise

This exercise requires the muscles to resist the weight over a range of motion, causing a change in the length of the muscle. Muscle shortening is usually thought of in isotonic exercise, such as when you lift a dumbbell for a biceps curl or raise in a sit-up, this is called concentric muscle contraction.

Continuously extending your arm or lowering the ground while resisting the pull of gravity is an important part of isotonic exercise.

Isometric Exercise

Isometric exercises help tighten (contract) a specific muscle or group of muscles. During this exercise, there is no significant change in the length of the muscle and the affected joint does not move. Isometric exercises are helpful in maintaining strength.

There are mainly three types of isometric exercises, isometric press, pull and hold. And these exercises can be done in many ways. It improves the body’s ability to apply power from a stationary position.

Anaerobic Exercise

Anaerobic exercise is exercise that breaks down glucose in the body without using oxygen. Anaerobic means “without oxygen”. In practice, this means that anaerobic exercise is more intense, but has a shorter duration than aerobic exercise.

Anaerobic exercise involves short, fast, high-intensity exercises that don’t oxygenate your body like it does for cardio (or aerobic) activities.


Aerobics is a form of physical exercise that combines rhythmic aerobic exercise with stretching and strength training routines with the goal of improving all elements of fitness (flexibility, muscle strength and cardio-vascular fitness). It is usually performed to music and can be practiced in a group setting led by a fitness professional, although it can also be performed solo and without musical accompaniment.

Through this exercise, physical fitness can be promoted and diseases can be prevented to a great extent. Formal aerobics classes are typically divided into varying levels of intensity and complexity. Not only that, aerobics classes allow participants to choose their level of participation according to their fitness level.

Walk and Play

Walking and playing is a common activity, which every person does every day, but now science has progressed so much that people do not even have time to walk and jump a little.

One of the most powerful ways to maintain a healthy weight, stay strong and live longer is so simple that even a toddler can do it. The health benefits of walking are endless and experts agree by adding walking to your daily routine, you can actually improve your physical and mental health.

Talking about it, sport creates imagination and creativity. During the game, children stretch their imaginations. Sport promotes cognitive development. Sport provides emotional and behavioral benefits. Sport improves literacy. Sport encourages independence. Sports also promote physical fitness.

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