FITNESS (THAILAND) | Enjoy Your Work Out

The exercise by using weight (up to your hardiness), and stimulated by fun music. Benefits *Fat loss *Strengthen all of muscles. *Build muscle & confidence *Get fun

BODYCOMBAT™ is the empowering cardio workout where you are totally unleashed. This fiercely energetic program is inspired by martial arts and draws from a wide array of disciplines such as karate, boxing, tae-kwon-do, tai-chi and muay thai. Supported by driving music and powerful role model instructors, you strike, punch, kick and kata your way through calories to superior cardio fitness.
BODYCOMBAT™ is for everyone with moderate fitness levels. And because the moves are simple, you don’t need to be especially well coordinated. Just give it a go!

Benefits
* Improves heart and lung function and reduces the risk of heart disease
* Tones and shapes key muscle groups
* Burns calories for a leaner body
* Improves co-ordination and agility
* Improves bone density
* Improves posture and core strength and stability
* Builds self-confidence

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http://www.lesmills.com/global/bodycombat/about-bodycombat.aspx

RPM™is a group indoor cycling workout where you control the intensity. It’s fun, low impact and burns loads of calories.

With great music pumping and the group riding as one, your instructor takes you on a journey of hill climbs, sprints and flat riding. In an RPM workout you repeatedly reach your cardio peak then ease back down, keeping pace with the pack to lift your personal performance and boost your cardio fitness.

RPM is a great way to build up your sense of personal achievement. You can draw on the group’s energy and find your rhythm in the music. You control your own resistance levels and speed so you can build up your fitness level over time. It’s a journey, not a race!

Power Yoga is a general term used in the West to describe a vigorous, fitness-based approach to vinyasa-style yoga. Most power yoga is closely modeled on the Ashtanga style of practice. The term “power yoga” came into common usage in the mid 1990s, when several yoga teachers were looking for a way to make Ashtanga yoga more accessible to western students. Unlike Ashtanga, power yoga does not follow a set series of poses. Therefore, any power yoga class can vary widely from the next. What they have in common is an emphasis on strength and flexibility.

http://yoga.about.com/od/poweryoga/a/power.htm

The word yoga means “union” in Sanskrit, the language of ancient India where yoga originated. We can think of the union occurring between the mind, body and spirit. What is commonly referred to as “yoga” can be more accurately described by the Sanskrit word asana, which refers to the practice of physical postures or poses. Asana is only one of the eight “limbs” of yoga, the majority of which are more concerned with mental and spiritual well being than physical activity. In the West, however, the words asana and yoga are often used interchangeably.

http://yoga.about.com/od/beginningyoga/a/whatisyoga.htm

Aerobic exercise is physical exercise that intends to improve the oxygen system. Aerobic use of oxygen in the body’s metabolic or energy-generating process. Many types of exercise are aerobic, and by definition are performed at moderate levels of intensity for extended periods of time.

Benefits
*Strengthening the muscles involved in respiration, to facilitate the flow of air in and out of the lungs
*Strengthening and enlarging the heart muscle, to improve its pumping efficiency and reduce the resting heart rate, known as aerobic conditioning
*Strengthening muscles throughout the body
*Improving circulation efficiency and reducing blood pressure
*Increasing the total number of red blood cells in the body, facilitating transport of oxygen
*Improved mental health, including reducing stress and lowering the incidence of depression
*Reducing the risk for diabetes.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aerobic_exercise

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