Doga; Healthy Exercises for Dog and Human

August 3, 2009

in Cat Health

Looking for reasons to grab your dog and perform some quality Doga? Well, there’s certainly no shortage of reasons; Doga, like yoga provides a variety of advantages and benefits to both the human and canine participant. From physical benefits to toxic cleansing, Doga provides those who participate with a wide range of benefits that other workout and meditation routines fail to do.

Here’s something you may not know about Doga; Doga can greatly aid in increasing flexibility for not only you but for your dog too! When correctly performing Doga and traditional Yoga poses your body enters into positions that it rarely finds itself in. Because of such, joints and muscles that are infrequently used are exercised and acted upon resulting in increased strength and greater flexibility in these joints that are infrequently used.

Did you know that Doga when performed correctly increased the lubrication in your body’s joints, tendons and ligaments as well as your dogs? Because Doga and Yoga positions place your body into positions rarely performed, joints, ligaments and tendons which generally have limited use are then forced to be lubricated resulting in greater fluidity and less joint pain.

Did you know that with Doga, bodies that are very rigid often become very smooth and flexible even when not all parts of the body are intentionally exercised or stretched? This is the case for both you and your dog. Many dogs experience joint problems as they increase in age, Doga can aid in the prevention or treatment of your dog’s joint problems.

Here’s something you may not know about Doga; Doga is a great way to not only tone your muscles but your dog’s muscles as well. When introducing Doga to regular routine, muscles that have become weak do to a lack of use are stimulating more frequently resulting in muscle repair and toning. Flab is decreased and muscles are defined.

Here’s a reason to grab your dog and do some doga; introducing a doga routine to your regular schedule can aid in sexual activity. Doga poses along with the meditation and relaxation suggested when properly performing the poses can lead to better sexual control, endurance and satisfaction in the bedroom.

Here’s something you may not know about Doga; Doga can assist in the reduction of hypertension. Hypertension, commonly referred to as “high blood pressure,” heightens your chances of heart disease, stroke or many other serious medical issues. Incorporating a Doga routine into your life can help to prevent hypertension and the problems it can cause.

Here’s something you may not know about Doga; the traditional yoga poses found in a Doga session have been linked to improved concentration and mood. Due to the fact that Doga and Yoga participants practice concentrating, their ability to concentrate enhances. Additionally, many researchers contend that Yoga poses increase oxygen levels to the brain causing individuals to have better moods and even reduced feelings of depression. This is the case in both humans and dogs.

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