Currently therapeutic exercises for the spine and back muscles is necessary for all people. Regardless of age and gender more than 85% of the population suffer from various pathological disorders and diseases of the spine, it definitely affects the quality of life and health of a person.
Given the current pace of life the human body, many people exercises for the spine, even with the absence of any signs of the disease, relieves muscle tension and compensates for inactivity, which means that only leads
to health outcomes .
Especially important exercises for children, because, by doing so, the child eventually get used to physical activity, which subsequently protect the baby from back problems, and also supports a healthy body overall. Continue reading
10 frequently asked question for Iyengar yoga instructor
1. When to practice yoga, morning or evening?
The beginners should do at night, because in the process of the working day physical body is activated, it becomes more pliable, asanas are performed easier.
Morning classes give good energy for the whole day. But it experienced practitioners who at least has overcome one of the obstacles to yoga —
2. How often should I do it?
An important principle of regularity. Three times a week is ideal for beginners.
3. When to eat before and after class?
After the meal at least 4 hours. This is the average time of digestion in the stomach. On a full stomach the asana practice will be very difficult, and regular practice will bring harm to your health. After practicing asanas foods can be taken half an hour later. Otherwise you will eat much more than usual. Continue reading
The 5000 meter run. The world Cup 2011
During the preparation of the athlete specializing in long distances, you need each week cycle be divided into four types of cross-country training: remote training, training on the level of the threshold, interval training and speed training.
Each exercise has a unique effect on the body of a runner. Properly coordinated running load in the overall training program will help develop
a well-functioning, controlled by a regulatory mechanism of the impact of the runner.
Consider these types of cross-country training:
REMOTE TRAINING takes 70 to 80 per cent of the total and is considered a native of the training process.
Jogging 30-40 minutes in a pace of about 70% of maximum heart rate. In other words, Continue reading