THE REALITY OF YOGA PRACTICE AT YOGA CENTERS IN TUYEN QUANG CITY
Keywords:Yoga, blood biochemical indicators, yoga training
The study was conducted to evaluate the current situation of yoga training in yoga centers of Tuyen Quang city by using research methods and analyzing the blood biochemical indicators of yoga trainees. The results show that facilities, the qualifications of the teachers and the training frequency of the trainees is assessed at "good" and "very good" levels. The system of exercises in beginners is divided into 3 levels including easy, medium and advanced ones. In terms of exercises, they are the same with 30 main exercises and only differ in a few variations. 71 trainees were participating in the research. The number of people that have higher blood biochemical indexes than the normal one is quite high. Especially, 10 of 71 people (14.1%) have a higher glucose index than the average level; 08 of 71 trainees (11.3%) have a higher urea index than the average level; 03 of 71(4.2%) people have a higher creatinine index than the average level; Cholesterol index in 26 of 71 people (36.6%) is higher than the average level, and Triglicerid index in 22 of 71 people (31.0%) is higher than the average level.
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