[AI] How can we do aerobic exercise ?

Geetha Shamanna geetha at millernorbert.de
Fri Mar 21 03:21:08 EDT 2008

Hi Sudhir,

Yoga is indeed accessible, although one need not learn all the available 
asanas. The trick is to find a good teacher who is willing to teach you 
one-on-one. Attending group classes does not serve the purpose. Kerala is 
renowned for its yoga teachers and you should not have any difficulty 
finding one.

In addition to doing pranayama in the morning, I spend about 15 minutes on 
the still cycle every evening. Still cycle, contrary to its reputation, is a 
very good means of getting brisk exercise.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Sudhir R (NeSTIT)" <sudhir.r at nestgroup.net>
To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
Sent: Thursday, March 20, 2008 11:16 AM
Subject: [AI] How can we do aerobic exercise ?

> Hi folks !
> With the kind permission of our beloved moderator, I would like to pose a 
> few, non-techy  queries to the list.
> We are advised to do aerobic exercises, viz. exercises like walking, 
> jogging, swimming etc where the heart also exercises along with other 
> parts of the body, to keep our body parameters like BP, blood sugar, 
> cholesterol etc in check.  Being visually challenged and 
> mobility-impaired, most of the recommended exercises are out of bounds for 
> me and, may be, most of us.
> So, how do you people keep in shape ?
> Do any of you use tread mills ?  If so, are they safe for us ?  What 
> additional safety features do we have to look for while buying a TM ? 
> What other alternatives are there ? (Recently, I came across a strange new 
> exercising machine that costs just Rs 7500 where one can lie on one's back 
> and keep the feet on its pedals that then move on electric power.  Pl see 
> morningwalker.com for more details.)
> Please share your valuable experiences in remaining healthy with our 
> disability.  Being on the wrong side of forty and with a sedentary yet 
> stressful IT job, I look forward to your valuable inputs for keeping my 
> body and soul together. (smile)
> Happy Holi and thanks...
> Rgds
> RS
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