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PEM 2121

Exam 1

Yoga The sensation of fluxuations or distractions evolved
5 Points of Yoga: Proper Breathing Pranayama
5 Points of Yoga: Proper Exercise Asanas
5 Points of Yoga: Relaxation Savasana
5 Points of Yoga: Diet Vegetarian. A yogic diet is encouraged, limited to sattvic foods, void of rajasic foods as well as tamasic foods
5 Points of Yoga: Positive thinking and meditation Vedanta and Dhyana
Yoga Sutras Are the original scriptures that describe yoga and the practises of yoga Written by Patanjali (196)
Four Paths of Yoga: Karma Karma Yoga is the path of action, service to others
Four Paths of Yoga: Bhakti Bhakti Yoga is the path of service to God and others
Four Paths of Yoga: Raja path of meditation
Four Paths of Yoga: Jnana Jnana Yoga is the path of knowledge
8 Limbs of Yoga: Yamas Yamas - restraints (Don’ts)
8 Limbs of Yoga: Niyamas Niyamas - observances (Do’s)
8 Limbs of Yoga: Asanas Asanas - steady poses
8 Limbs of Yoga: Pranayama Pranayama - regulation or control of the breath
8 Limbs of Yoga: Pratyahara Pratyahara - withdrawal of the senses in order to still the mind
8 Limbs of Yoga: Dharana Dharana – concentration of the mind
8 Limbs of Yoga: Dhyana Dhyana - meditation
8 Limbs of Yoga: Samdhi Samadhi - the superconscious state
FITT Frequency, Intensity, Time, Type
Training Effect A modification in the body’s structure and function in response to an overload
Overload In order for training to occur, the system must be slightly overloaded or stressed above its normal working capacity
Specificity of Training Adaptations or changes which the body makes in response to training will be specific to the nature of the training stimulus
Progression One should start slowly and gradually increase from one workout to the next
Components of Fitness Muscular Strength, Muscular Endurance, Cardio Endurance, Flexibility, Body Composition
Types of Stretching Techniques Static, Ballistic, Dynamic Stretching (Sport Specific), Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF), Passive, Active
Types of Breathing Clavicular (Shallow,)Intercostal (Middle), Abdominal (Deep)
Types of Yoga Hatha, Sivananda, Ashtanga
Bandhas (Locks) Chin Lock or Jalandhara Bandha, Abdomen Lock or Uddiyana Bandha, Anal Sphincter Muscle or Moola Bandha
Created by: Gutter23