It sometimes can be quiet confusing to choose a fitness regime that suits the man’s lifestyle and is sufficiently trendy at the same time. If you are one looking to get back into shape or want to try a new fitness trend, here are a few that are effective and result oriented.
Who says yoga is not for men? If that were true, then how do you explain all the top level conditioned male athletes in the world who spend hours practicing yoga techniques? Yoga provides many benefits to the average male. Hours of work and little to no activity leaves the body drained of energy and renders it stiff, out of alignment and often damaged. It is also claimed that men are usually stiff in hamstrings, back and shoulders. Choosing yoga as a way to stay fit will prove conductive to your overall physical wee- being as it helps you attain flexibility in muscle tissues, strength in the joints and ligaments, while lowering anxiety and stress levels through special breathing exercises.
The general misconception about resistance training is is that it is primarily for adrenaline and testosterone driven young adults. This could not be further from the truth. Recently, a study conducted at the university of Queensland found that numerous benefits are acquired through resistance training in older men which helps increase wee being through increase in muscle strength, functional performance and over all power. Resistance training is ideal for anyone who wants to stay fit, both physically and mentally.
Although many forms of aerobic exercises have been developed over the years, a simple 30 minute jog or running session can do wonders to your fitness goals. Aerobic exercise, weather on a treadmill or a brisk walk in the park, is an inexpensive way to keep fit and free major diseases contributed by inactivity.