What is Zumba
Incredibly popular form of fitness training Zumba is a new and rapidly growing in popularity, a dance training program. The fitness trainer from Colombia Alberto Perez, has developed an effective and bright complex dance movements based on energetic Latin rhythms.
The Zumba has its history
Birth Zumba already exists “legend”, a story that one day in the distant and exciting Colombia instructor Alberto forget, this disc of music to practice. Finding it after, everybody in the group got ready for the exercises, Perez improvised and replaced their usual tracks at random from the radio station. We of course imagine what the music sounds on the radio in Colombia. In Latin American countries, unlike us, most often listen to folk rhythms. And of course, classical fitness is not compatible with fiery latina, so Alberto is not a loss, added to it the dance steps. So there was Zumba. Continue reading
Physiological ways stimulate fat burning
1. Strength training (anaerobic mode). In this case we are dealing with physical overload, which causes the body to include a mechanism of adaptation to extreme environmental factor. Decent rod weight (especially in the basic version) gives a good jolt to the Central nervous system. CNS leads the body into a state of stress, forcing it to adapt by throwing out
the “packaging” of hormones to start homeostatic reactions. Homeostasis — the constancy of the internal environment is concerned than any organism throughout life. Strength training causes him to mobilize energy resources to ensure muscle activity (decomposition and resynthesis of ATP), activate the endocrine functions that control plastic intensively Continue reading
Regular screening is not very popular, but they are necessary. When evaluating the results of laboratory studies, the physician is faced with a number of factors. It needs to consider the age, sex, physiological state (pregnancy, childbirth, menstrual cycle, menopause). However, there are factors that depend only on the patient, which may affect the laboratory results. Consider the most important of them.
To donate blood to conduct any analysis should be on an empty stomach, i.e. in 10-12 hours after the last meal (this time is required for digestion, absorption and assimilation of food by the body’s cells). This is a very important condition for the evaluation of metabolic processes.
Also, if you donate blood after meals, it will contain large amounts of fat (here the doctor is not fooled!), and the study will either be impossible or else the results will be heavily distorted. And this may lead to improper, unreasonable treatment.
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