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
The full range of modern fitness contains three basic components, inseparable from each other: aerobic exercise, strength training and a balanced diet.
But for some reason the women on this list have chosen, as a rule, only aerobics (including many areas: shaping, stretching, step aerobics, and
others), but may still, reluctantly, balanced diet. When fitness trainer advises strength training, it causes much less enthusiasm than fat burning lesson. And for good reason: fat burning and muscle strengthening – two sides of the same coin. If you can lose weight, but you will not get a lean muscular physique, your efforts no one will appreciate.
Seems logical – but to go the right way interfere with common myths.
I barely started, I have highly developed muscles. I don’t want to have overinflated figure!
Potential men genetically Continue reading
Adaptation of the musculoskeletal system to physical loads. Adaptation of the musculoskeletal system to physical loads.
Adaptation is the adaptation of the organism to changing conditions of its existence (activity). She, in turn, flows at genotypic and phenotypic levels.
At genotypic level, adaptation occurs over many generations and is transmitted only by inheritance. As an example, you can put the appearance
of racial characteristics in humans. Phenotypic. takes place during the development of the individual and is not fixed in the human genome, that is, not inherited.
In order to learn this topic is necessary to understand some anatomical aspects of the bone.
Each bone is an organ composed of connective tissue, bone marrow and their vessels with nerves. Bone consists of cartilaginous and bony parts. Outside covered by a thin connective sheath – periosteum, which distinguish between fibrous and osteogenic layers. The fibrous layer is superficial and contains many blood vessels and nerves, which Continue reading