By means of physical education in special medical groups are dosed physical exercises, as well as natural factors of nature and rational, hygienically grounded mode which provides a curative effect on the body, precluding the formation of bad habits. The primary means are physical exercise.
In the classroom, use physical exercises that cause a valid, relevant functional capacity of the body, the reaction of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems. The degree of stress strictly supervise and regulate.
In the initial period of practice use of low-intensity exercise that increases the heart rate by 25-30% from baseline. Subsequently include metered load average intensity that increases heart rate of 40-45%, as well as exercises of high intensity (at a sufficient adaptation of the organism to physical stress) that increase heart rate to 70-80%. Submaximal and maximal physical activity in the classroom with students of special medical groups do not apply.
Treadmills are divided into two main groups: mechanical and electrical.
In mechanical treadmill leaf moves through your own efforts involved. While You walk/run, the canvas moves, stop – the canvas stops. Such simulators are easier and cheaper than electric. Motorized treadmill allows you to most accurately simulate a natural walking or running. On a mechanical treadmill there is no need to run constantly at a set rate. However, the need to bring
the equipment in motion on their own creates additional load on the legs that not everyone likes and not all shown (for example, varicose veins, problems with the joints or the spine).
Since mechanical treadmills belong to the lower price segment, they only allow Continue reading
Aerobic workouts not only burn fat — they strengthen the heart and vascular system. Are you afraid that with the cessation of “pitching” your muscles atrophy? But the same thing happens with the heart and blood vessels without aerobic classes. How fast and under what “angle” it happens “slide down”? There is an opinion that the termination of training the athlete loses all that has built up over many years. This is not so. Will you lose only a part of the “acquired”, or anything that had — it depends on what kind
of physical shape you have come to the “timeout”. Every bodybuilder with a shudder, thinking about what a break in training due to illness, injury or another cause, can knock them far back and undo years of effort. What is this — flimsy fears or legitimate concerns? Truth be told, it’s both. In any case, a break in training means the loss of many sporting achievements, of course, depending on individual physical condition. But a well-trained athlete that enough time was devoted Continue reading