Regular exercise is essential for health – it is an indisputable fact. Only busy big cities is very difficult to find time to visit the fitness club, and the subscription price may be high. In this situation, you can go the other way – to buy a home trainer or even not one, to be able at any time to exercise your body. If You are strongly confident in their intentions to create some semblance of a “gym at home”, we may get up another question – what to choose?
Most people don’t move at all during the day, which negatively affects not
only the figure, but also the condition. To overcome the consequences of physical inactivity in the context of limited time and finances will allow aerobic exercise. They are well established as a means of weight loss, problems with the cardiovascular system, stress and insomnia. In addition, the cardio you can do while you watch TV, talk on the phone etc. repetitive motion for 15-40 minutes soothe, Continue reading
Prevention in CHD and complex challenge given the heterogeneity of the group of patients with CHD. It is conditionally possible to allocate prevention of congenital heart defects, prevention of adverse progression of CHD and prevention of complications of congenital heart disease.
Prevention of CHD is very complex and in most cases boils down to genetic counselling and advocacy work among the patients of the increased risk of the disease. In addition, careful observation and study of women who had contact with the rubella virus or with comorbidities that could lead to
the development of congenital heart defects.
Prevention of unfavourable development of CHD is largely confined to the timely establishment of the defect Continue reading
20% of health depends on heredity, another 20% from the environment, from health we depend only 8.5%. And 51.5% (. ) health is determined by lifestyle!
This statistic is encouraging! After all, we ourselves can manage and influence their own lifestyle! Very easy health problems blamed on “peculiarities of the organism”. However, in reality only 5% of people are not able to feel good for medical reasons. In other cases
the usual reasons – laziness, poor diet and a sedentary lifestyle.
Agree, we all share the desire to be active, beautiful, modern. It’s so interesting to live! Of course, appearance is a weighty argument “for” or “against” in his career. Because the fashion, health and others do not agree with the statement that “a good man should be plenty. “. Still “meeting dress for success”, we also look at what the clothes worn on the body figure and doing sootwetstwujiut. Someone does it deliberately, someone unconsciously, but, believe me, do – everything!
Each of us knows the state of depression. The sadness, irritability. And the deeper winter, the stronger the desire to “hibernate” until spring. To cheer ourselves up we try chocolate and other tasty things that at first quietly, and then more obviously affects the condition. One calms winter pants and bulky sweaters are easier to hide flaws.
And if you go the other way? Try to fix them – and then will h Continue reading
I must confess: I love to eat sweets after a workout! If you follow any of my diets, you already know that I recommend eating high-glycemic, super absorbable carbohydrates immediately after your workout.
Except for special low-carb phases, most diets that I have compiled, incorporating doses of carbohydrates post-workout, along with the use of creatine. protein. beta-alanine. carnitine and betaine. As a source of
post-workout carbs I prefer glucose, which can be found in such supplements as Post JYM or just in candy.
Lately I received many questions about the importance of the use of carbohydrates after training. Some people doubt the influence of carbohydrate loading after workouts for recovery and growth, while others worry that this procedure will Continue reading
NEW! Article updated in 2013. the old “budget” version can be found nearby .
Foreword a number of times. What am I doing?
How to choose skis?
How to put skis and is it necessary?
Where and what to run?
Such or nearly such questions I regularly hear from friends at the beginning of each winter, especially after I began to participate in the 100km race. As usual, after the third or fourth repetition of the same explanation, I decided to write it down to not repeat any more :-). About and so was born this little article.
Preface number two. For whom and why?
“cross country” is a very broad concept. Formal – this is for all those who are not “mountain”. Due to traditionally different (for the West and Russia) classification and sometimes literal translations of foreign words narrower types thoroughly messed Continue reading