By Life Positive
Yoga, across the world, is seen as a one-stop shop for body-mind-spirit wellness. It is no more an ancient Indian practice but a global phenomenon, touching varied fields like sports.
Many cricket boards around the world have introduced yoga as a part of the fitness regimen for their players. To help young cricketers become familiar with this multi-faceted technique, Sudhir B Dhangdharia, founder and director of Aimlife, an enterprise that designs yoga-based lifestyle management programmes, recently came out with a book named Experiencing Yoga with Cricket. The book talks about Sudhir’s personal experiences with regard to the efficacy of yoga with sport, particularly cricket.
It also illustrates the various advantages of yoga postures in making a sportsperson’s body much more flexible and agile. For a cricketer, yoga helps in keeping track of his mental and physical health, apart from improving reflexes and strengthening the body. Yoga-related exercises focus on core muscle stability benfitting the sports person holistically.
Over the last nine years, Sudhir has been assisting The Yoga Institute in designing yoga programmes for school children, teachers and parents, and yoga teachers in Mumbai schools. A grounding in yoga can not only make our cricketers physically fitter but also give them the mental edge over their opponents in the cricket field. Perhaps in yoga, Indians have an ammunition to conquer the whole world, albeit lovingly.
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