Each workout should begin with a warm-up to warm up. Warming up helps to ensure that:
improves the blood flow in the muscles
rises body temperature,
joint capsules, ligaments and tendons ready for the load
activates the Central nervous system.
Impact on the psyche
Easy warm-up prepares you for the upcoming workout and mentally. You consciously engage your body and configured on following this exercise. The warm up is the joy of anticipating a workout.
Stretching during the warm-up
A little stretching during the warm-up is very appropriate. The muscles are prepared for future loads and voltage. Thus considerably reduces the risk of sprains and injuries.
When doing those sports that train stamina, muscles exposed to prolonged stress. Before classes spend – depending on the sport – from 5 to 10 minutes of stretching exercises and relaxation. The first kilometers pass or run slowly. The initial part of the race especially follow the correct posture and technique.
Spin the fan, famously to wave a sword, relax the whole body, find peace of mind and even get food for the mind — all this can be done in one workout Taiji. For the Chinese this gymnastics has long been a panacea: its followers each morning can be seen in the parks of China. Our neighbors over the river know that was invented by Taoist monks in the last Millennium Wellness gymnastics tai Chi improves the respiratory and cardiovascular systems of the body, reduces blood pressure and even prolongs life. This
month, the non-standard sport became available to the visitors of club Platinum Fitness. In the secrets of the mysterious Chinese art for an hour plunged AP correspondent.
Greeting in fists and palms
If you think to measure the blood pressure — it’s fun for those who are deeply sixty, allow you to disappoint. First, this is not a fad, but an important medical procedure. And secondly, to begin to monitor the blood pressure is best in our youth. Now we will explain why.
What is blood pressure
As you probably know, all the human body is penetrated by blood vessels. They are divided into three types: arteries, capillaries and veins.
Arteries carry the oxygenated blood from the heart, capillaries distribute it to tissues and organs, and through the veins the blood is sent back into the heart. It is the heart that leads the system in motion, acting as a pump. Continue reading