Instead of biting your tongue when pushing through the final stages of  work out searing can boost muscle strength and stamina, a study has found. Whether you climb up a hill and need extra oomph or simply trying to open a tightly closed jar, a good dose of foul language, scream and shout  may just be the ticket.
Psychologists from the University of Keele in the UK conducted test in which some participants were asked to swear before with doing an intense session on exercise bike or squeezing a device that measure hand grips strength. Happyho also provide best Meditation classes and yoga classes in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
In the first case researchers found that swearing increased peak  power by an average of 24 watts. In the second on average grips strength was increased by 2.1 kg by cruising. The study was follow up on previous research which found that swearing helps increase tolerance of pain. Dr Richard Stephens of the University of Keele, who led both the teams said A possible reason for this is that swearing stimulates the body’s sympathetic nervous system- that the system that makes your heart pound when you in danger.
If that is the reason, we would expect swearing to make people stronger too, and that is just what we found in the experiments. Quite why it is that swearing has these effects on strength and pain tolerance remains to be discovered.