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Broome 1 Erica Broome KNES161R Yoga for Fitness: Final Paper December 9, 2010 There are endless benefits to the practice of yoga. Yoga keeps your body strong and engages muscles that you wouldn’t necessarily be engaging otherwise. It also improves your flexibility and your endurance, can lower your blood pressure, reduce anxiety and stress, help to cure insomnia, along with many other health as well as mental benefits. While all these benefits are important, it is equally important to approach yoga with a “light touch,” and without forcing the body too much or focusing on competing with others around you. Based on my personal experience, the ability that yoga has to relax both the mind and the body gives me the most motivation to practice. Having had firsthand experience with anxiety and the way it which affects not only the mind but also the body, I believe in the physical benefits of yoga along with the mental benefits. Having a history of neck and back problems, yoga has helped me to target those muscles that need the most work and
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