When we talk development & new techniques, Fitness industry doesn’t lag behind even.
Since one always need to be updated to make a mark in any field. Developement is an ongoing part of our country and is considered never ending though. When we talk of developement and new technologies, fitness industry doesnt lags behind even. Here are some new methods contributing to the fitness field.
Some new practices in fitness industry:
Bare Foot Training
In the fitness industry, functional movement is the most recent focus. Experts recognize that the human body must practice those activities that are most common in our regular daily activity. In our modern society we walk run and jump with a highly supportive athletic shoe. This does not allow us full articulation of our toes and ankles, and we lose our foots natural function.
Smart barefoot exercises will increase the strength, endurance & flexibility of the foot. You have 26 bones and 33 joints and a network of over 100 muscles, liggaments and tendons in each foot. Barefoot training helps to enhance their balance and movement from the ground up. The alignment of the foot determines the alignment of the leg, & this determines the condition of the pelvis which in turn supports the spine.
Floating Yoga is inspired by a form of aerial yoga and anti-gravity yoga. Swings and hammocks are utilized in aerial yoga and they serve as props or tools to assist the user. Floating Yoga may be quite challenging in the beginning as the user has to get familiar with the movement of the swing. However, with more training, Floating Yoga practitioners eventually find calmness and serenity. Classes are structured as follows: warm up with sun salutation, stretches, breathing practice or Prayanama; physical yoga movements (Asanas), including back bending, inversion, rotation, twisting, standing; ending with relaxation (Savasana).
Floating yoga is exclusively available only at Celebrity Fitness Gym’s in India.
Foam rolling,” has transformed from a once mysterious technique used only by professional athletes, coaches, and therapists to a familiar everyday practice for people at all levels of fitness.
By applying pressure to specific points on your body you are able to aid in the recovery of muscles and assist in returning them to normal function. Normal function means your muscles are elastic, healthy, and ready to perform at a moment’s notice.
When rolling or working on tight/sore muscles you will experience discomfort or pain. Think of it like the pain you get while stretching. It should be uncomfortable, but not unbearable, and when you are done it should feel better.