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International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education
ISSN: 2456-0057

International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education

2018, Vol. 3, Issue 2
Yoga asanas to regulate the sports person mind
Author(s): Dr. Kunjikannan R
Abstract:
Asanas are the most effective means to achieve daily practice of mental skills. A single set of asanas can be used to activate stimulation and deactivate relaxation. Athletes are generally willing to develop mental variables such as attention, motivation, achievement motivation, self-confidence, ambition level, mental health, mental health, and positive thinking. For this, the athlete must practice active asanas. In addition, athletes are usually willing to reduce aggression, anxiety, excitement, tension, stress, etc. in order to obtain better performance. When athletes want to reduce their high arousal levels and are in a relaxed state, they should practice the deactivation asanas at the right time. The best time is 5 to 6 minutes after they finish heating up. Several important benefits of asanas for players are: it helps you learn new skills and techniques faster and easier than before, you recover faster in practice and competitions, and you relax to stay focused on the task at hand, and Eliminate disturbing hearts, thoughts and feelings. The most important thing is to know that the optimal or required level of mental variables varies from game to game. For example, wrestlers need more aggressiveness, while table tennis players need less aggressiveness. Circumstances may need to increase or decrease psychological variables. It depends on the requirements. Physical education educators and trainers should use the most suitable asanas to achieve their goals.
Pages: 2271-2272  |  134 Views  4 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Kunjikannan R. Yoga asanas to regulate the sports person mind. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2018;3(2):2271-2272.
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