The name of 29-year-old Shamita Kumari, a resident of Dhanbad, Jharkhand, has recently been registered in the 'Guinness World Record'. Shamita has been awarded the Guinness World Record title for the longest time to hold the center split pose. In fact, Shamita held the centre split yoga pose for 3 hours, 10 minutes and 12 seconds. This event of the Guinness World Record was organized on 17 December 2022 at the Taj Skyline in Ahmedabad. On December 28, Samita got the news through the phone that she has been awarded the Guinness World Record title.
Shamita Kumari has been working in the post of Yoga Instructor with Adani Group in Ahmedabad Adani Corporate House for the last 3 years. In the year 2014, Shamita started Yoga. Did a one-year Diploma in Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga, Delhi. After this, he did a Master's in Yoga from Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya. This university is in Uttarakhand. From the year 2022, Shamita was preparing for this event. Shamita Kumari has got its digital certificate. Currently, it will take 3 to 5 weeks to get the original certificate.
Benefits of Center Split Pose
Doing this asana helps in strengthening the muscles. It helps in increasing the flexibility of your body.
By doing this asana, the spinal cord improves.
By doing this asana, the lower part of the waist gets strengthened.
It helps in relieving neck pain. This asana helps in removing the stiffness of the body.
This asana helps in removing physical tension. Along with this, maintains physical balance.
This asana is also helpful in removing depression. By doing this asana, thighs as well as butts get strengthened.
Many people complain of neck pain. In such a situation, this asana helps to get rid of this pain.
Women are often troubled by the stiffness of the body. In such a situation, this pose helps in removing stiffness. You can do these yogasanas regularly to stay healthy.