High-intensity interval training is a very efficient way to exercise, and may help you burn more calories than you would with other forms of exercise. Some of the calories burned from high-intensity intervals come from a higher metabolism, which lasts for hours after exercise.
Malasana is well-known for stretching the ankles, lower hamstrings, groins, and back torso as well as strengthening the quadriceps, hamstrings, gluteal muscles, calf muscles, core, and the lower back. The asana also invites many other physical, mental, and spiritual benefits.
Surya Namaskar: a sequence of 12 yoga postures The Sun Salutation (Surya Namaskar) In Hindu mythology, the sun god is worshipped as a symbol of…
Learn the benefits of Sarvangasana (Shoulder Stand Pose) and how to do help video.