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 Shree Samarth Vyayam Mandir 

Terrific formationShree Samarth Vyayam Mandir is a renowned institution that preaches the gospel of physical training in different games like mallakhamb, kho-kho, kabaddi, yoga, etc. By assimilating every sports activity as an integral part and parcel of human life, Shree Samarth Vyayam Mandir has successfully trained countless denizens in physical education for the last 8 decades in Mumbai. The institute also offers comprehensive training in different disciplines like gymnastics, wrestling, weightlifting, athletics, basketball, volleyball, judo, karate, lezim, dand-baithak, lathi, lakdi, on the ground of Mangaldas Verma Kreeda Bhavan at the Shivaji Park, Dadar.

Shree Samarth Vyayam Mandir offers training in mallakhamb, which is the most ancient and scientific art, it helps us to become swift, supple, agile, and healthy. Rope mallakhamb is one of the most fascinating forms of In partnershipmallakhamb. It emphasises on different yogic postures and acrobatic feats, which are performed on a suspended cotton rope of around 15 mm circumference and 550 cms in length, covered with a canvas coating. The students of Shree Samarth Vyyam Mandir are trained in the demonstration of rope mallakhamb, bottle mallakambh, pole mallakhamb, etc. The students are also trained to perform other feats like holding burning torches in the hands or even with the weapons tied around the body on the mallakhamb. Other special features of the training includes the formation of collective pyramids on all types of mallakhamb.

Shree Samarth Vyayam Mandir had conducted its 27th Courageous performancesummer coaching camp at its premises in April 2001, which was attended by thousands of young boys and girls. A dedicated team of experts had imparted training in freehand exercise (without apparatus) to the participants. Uday Deshpande, the general secretary of Mallakamb Federation of India, and the honorary secretary and chief coach of Shree Samarth Vyayam Mandir, said, The summer coaching camp emphasises different forms of physical training like surya namaskar and warm-up exercise. The camp is an ideal platform for the participants to showcase their talent; it also help us to select talented participants and enroll them as trainees in our institution.” The basic abilities like concentration, perseverance, courage, speed, strength, and flexibility of the participants were assessed in the camp by the expert coaches. The participants were evaluated according to their individual The flexible bodyperformances and those qualifying the minimum standards, had got the priority for admission in the institute. Nutritious diet was also offered to the participants in the camp.

By offering training in different games, Shree Samarth Vyayam Mandi helps to develop the qualities of leadership, competitive spirit, and sportsmanship in children. Shree Samarth Vyayam Mandir encourages the steady development of human values and personality, which in accordance with its essential ideology, helps to build the nation.

By: Wasim Siddiqui

 
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