THERAPEUTIC GYM

“To keep the body in good health is a duty… otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear”

Buddha

Exercise is defined as any movement that makes your muscles work and requires your body to burn calories.

There are many types of physical activity, including swimming, running, jogging, walking and dancing, to name a few.

Being active has been shown to have many health benefits, both physically and mentally. It may even help you live longer 


1. It Can Make You Feel Happier

   Exercise has been shown to improve your mood and decrease feelings of depression, anxiety, and stress.

It produces changes in the parts of the brain that regulate stress and anxiety. It can also increase brain sensitivity for the hormones serotonin and norepinephrine, which relieve feelings of depression.

Additionally, exercise can increase the production of endorphins, which are known to help produce positive feelings and reduce the perception of pain.

Furthermore, exercise has been shown to reduce symptoms in people suffering from anxiety. It can also help them be more aware of their mental state and practice distraction from their fears.

The effects of exercise on mood are so powerful that choosing to exercise (or not) even makes a difference over short periods.


2. It Can Help With Weight Loss

Some studies have shown that inactivity is a major factor in weight gain and obesity.

To understand the effect of exercise on weight reduction, it is important to understand the relationship between exercise and energy expenditure.

Your body spends energy in three ways: digesting food, exercising and maintaining body functions like your heartbeat and breathing. 

While dieting, a reduced calorie intake will lower your metabolic rate, which will delay weight loss. On the contrary, regular exercise has been shown to increase your metabolic rate, which will burn more calories and help you lose weight


3. It Is Good for Your Muscles and Bones

Exercise plays a vital role in building and maintaining strong muscles and bones.

Physical activity like weight lifting can stimulate muscle building when paired with adequate protein intake

This is because exercise helps release hormones that promote the ability of your muscles to absorb amino acids. This helps them grow and reduces their breakdown.

As people age, they tend to lose muscle mass and function, which can lead to injuries and disabilities. Practicing regular physical activity is essential to reducing muscle loss and maintaining strength as you age.

Also, exercise helps build bone density when you're younger, in addition to helping prevent osteoporosis later in life. Physical activity helps you build muscles and strong bones. It may also help prevent osteoporosis.


4. It Can Increase Your Energy Levels

Exercise can be a real energy booster for healthy people, as well as those suffering from various medical conditions.

Furthermore, exercise can significantly increase energy levels for people suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and other serious illnesses.

In fact, exercise seems to be more effective at combating CFS than other treatments, including passive therapies like relaxation and stretching, or no treatment at all.

Additionally, exercise has been shown to increase energy levels in people suffering from progressive illnesses, such as cancer, HIV/AIDS and multiple sclerosis.


5. It Can Reduce Your Risk of Chronic Disease

Lack of regular physical activity is a primary cause of chronic disease.

Regular exercise has been shown to improve insulin sensitivity, cardiovascular fitness and body composition, yet decrease blood pressure and blood fat levels.

In contrast, a lack of regular exercise — even in the short term — can lead to significant increases in belly fat, which increases the risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease and early death.


6. It Can Help Skin Health

Your skin can be affected by the amount of oxidative stress in your body.

Oxidative stress occurs when the body's antioxidant defences cannot completely repair the damage that free radicals cause to cells. This can damage their internal structures and deteriorate your skin.


7. It Can Help Your Brain Health and Memory

Exercise can improve brain function and protect memory and thinking skills.

To begin with, it increases your heart rate, which promotes the flow of blood and oxygen to your brain. 

It can also stimulate the production of hormones that can enhance the growth of brain cells.

Regular physical activity is especially important in older adults since aging — combined with oxidative stress and inflammation — promotes changes in brain structure and function.


8. It Can Help With Relaxation and Sleep Quality

 

Regular exercise can help you relax and sleep better.

In regards to sleep quality, the energy depletion that occurs during exercise stimulates recuperative processes during sleep.


9. It Can Reduce Pain

Chronic pain can be debilitating, but exercise can actually help reduce it. 

In fact, for many years, the recommendation for treating chronic pain was rest and inactivity. However, recent studies show that exercise helps relieve chronic pain.

A review of several studies indicates that exercise helps participants with chronic pain reduce their pain and improve their quality of life. Exercise has impact on pain gait pathway. Exercise release active muscle trigger points which reduce the pain.

Several studies show that exercise can help control pain that's associated with various health conditions, including chronic low back pain, fibromyalgia and chronic soft tissue shoulder disorder, to name a few.


10. It Can Promote a Better Sex Life

Exercise has been proven to boost sex drive.

Engaging in regular exercise can strengthen the cardiovascular system, improve blood circulation, tone muscles and enhance flexibility, all of which can improve your sex life.

Physical activity can improve sexual performance and sexual pleasure, as well as increase the frequency of sexual activity.

What we do in our THERAPEUTIC GYM?

Fitness is priority in present era, so if you are fit then you will be fine. Our main motto is to make you fit mentally & physically. Physical fitness depends on muscle strength, muscle endurance, flexibility, cardiovascular fitness & body fat composition. If you are physically fit then your mental fitness comes automatically.

We focus on individual exercise prescription, because every individual is different. We plan different exercise protocol for different individual for their needs, but we give emphasis on

 

  • Free hand exercises
  • Yoga & Aerobics
  • Kettlebell training
  • Meditation
  • Fat reduction packages
  • Exercise on priority basis (after physical evaluation of individuals)
  • Determination of exercise tolerance
  • Pilates
  • Cardiac endurance enhancement
  • Diet