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Yoga Trainer at Home

As per Mr. JOSE LIBIN, Senior Personal Trainer with RFG, The present generation in which we exist is a world of "Pressure". This pressure or stress is there in everyone's life, who is competent in his own fields. People are carrying stress from office to home and creating a hell at abode. When we follow the principle of 'Time is money' we don't even have the time to take a full breath and as a result human organs are starving for oxygen. The real solution to this situation is not relying on alcohol, drugs etc. But going back to our nation's cultural heritage and embracing "YOGA" as your live charging point.

Linguistically, yoga has been derived from a Sanskrit word 'YUJ'. Which means the union of an individual and it's universal consciousness. It traces almost 5000 years ago and still followed in and out of our nation because of its wide, rich and multi benefits.

Yoga is not about taking an exercise mat and approaching a lawn but it's a 'style of living and being with others'. Nowadays people are very conscious about the health. But the real health is attained only when we are physically and mentally stable. As Sri Ravi Shankar says, " Health is not a mere absence of disease. Its a dynamic expression of life - in terms of how joyful, loving and enthusiastic you are". At this point comes the relevance and need to practice 'yoga' since it serves human both physically and mentally.

Each 'Asana' in yoga targets particular muscle groups and it helps in strengthening the muscles, improving the flexibility and thus it takes care of the physical fitness.'Sun salutation' is one of the asanas, which stretches the whole body muscles and joints, even the beginners can start with it.

Another pivotal area of yoga is the breathing and meditation. All the breathing exercises like Pranayama, kapalbharti are designed in such a way for a better mental relaxation and helps in reducing the stress level. These breathing techniques take care of the health of internal organs and this is the only form of exercise in which we can stimulate the internal organs. The silent merit achieved through this is the ' increased immunity' and thus no worries about the diseases.

As a whole, Yoga serves both physically and mentally in a uniform manner. So the key is to make yoga as life's routine and through we can relish the life by becoming stronger both physically and mentally.

Home Personal Fitness Trainer For Stretching Exercises

Warming up and stretching

A Pro Personal fitness trainer in Gurgaon with RFG, Mr. Vishnu Vijayan says…

A warm-up and stretching routine is a vital component of overall good health and fitness, and is strongly recommended before and after each and every session. Warming up will elevate the heart rate and increase the flow of blood and oxygen throughout the body, thus preparing the body to be stretched. Stretching then prepares the soft tissue and joint of the body to safely perform a physical activity without any injury

Warming Up

A good warm-up routine should include a light cardiovascular activity that generally requires 5 to 10 minutes to perform. The light cardiovascular activity should be simple to perform and can range from jogging and mobility exercises. In addition, cardiovascular machines such as a treadmill or recumbent bike are excellent choices for your warm-up routine.

  1. Muscle Temperature Increases: Muscles that are properly warmed up before activity, your body's strength and speed will be increased. In addition, warming up before stretching can assist in helping to prevent overextending a muscle, and thus, causing an injury.
  2. Body Temperature Increases: Properly warming up will cause your body temperature to rise, making your muscles more elastic.
  3. Dilated Blood Vessels:Taking the time to warm up forces the blood vessels to dilate. This will reduce the tension that physical activity places on your heart, and increase blood flow throughout your body.
  4. Blood Temperature Increases: Similar to your muscles and body, blood operates more efficiently when it is warmed up. As blood temperature rises, blood oxygen levels rise.
  5. Range of Motion Increases: By properly warming up, your joints will be more capable of extending safely throughout their full range of motion.


stretching is a form of physical exercise in which a specific muscle or tendon is deliberately stretched in order to improve the muscle's elasticity and achieve comfortable muscle tone and stretching before and after exercise in order to reduce risk of injury and increase performance


Improve posture

First benefit of stretching exercises is better posture. Stretching loosens your muscles and it is tight muscles that can be the cause of a poor posture. Maintaining a good posture not only makes you look taller and more confident

Blood circulation

Loosening your muscles with a good stretch can dramatically improve your circulation. Good circulation helps all of your organs function properly, it promotes new cell growth

Stretching speeds up recovery after exercise

Stretch before they perform because the stretching and the loosening of the muscles, improves performance and durability during exercise and it speeds up the recovery process afterwards.

Increased Flexibility with Stretching

Stretching will increase your flexibility and helps improve daily activities and tasks. easy things like ligature your shoes, bending right down to develop your kid or sprinting to catch a bus area unit easier with higher flexibility.

Warm up your Muscles with Stretching

Before doing all you’re stretching exercises heat up for five to ten minutes by gently cardiopulmonary exercise or walking in situ moving your legs and arms. Once the muscles area unit cold there’s less offer and then it you over stretch a chilly muscle you risk injury.

Target Stretching

When acting your stretching routine, target all the foremost muscles like your hips, thighs, calves, back, shoulders, arms and neck. By stretching these major muscles you’re properly obtaining them prepared for your exercise routine or your everyday activities.


  • Stretching
  • Passive Stretching
  • Active Stretching


Stretching leads at the end of a class, involves stretching a body part to its farthest position and then holding it for 30 seconds or more. It does not involve bouncing or rapid movements, just a mild, painless pulling sensation.


Passive stretching is similar to static stretching, except that an apparatus or partner provides the force to stretch the muscle. Passive stretching relieves muscle spasms and helps reduce muscle fatigue and soreness after a workout.


Active stretching is most commonly used by professionals: athletes, trainers, massage therapists and others. To complete at active stretch, you reach a certain position and hold it steady without any assistance other than the strength of your own muscles. It’s very important to do the stretches properly with right technique and posture. You must train with the best fitness trainer to make sure you don’t get any injuries. For assistance call us on 9958389292.