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Physical inactivity and its impact on the human body

Physical inactivity and its impact on the human body

Dojlido A. I. Cand. honey. Sciences, associate Professor

Komar, E. B., assistant

The decline of physical activity in the conditions of modern life, on the one hand, and the insufficient development of mass forms of physical culture among the population, on the other hand, lead to deterioration of various functions and the emergence of adverse conditions of the human body.

To ensure normal functioning of the human body needs sufficient activity in skeletal muscle. The work of the muscular system contributes to the development of the brain and the establishment of inter-Central and intersensory relationships. Motor activity increases the production capacity and heat generation, improves the functioning of respiratory, cardiovascular and other body systems.

Scientific evidence suggests that most people in the observance of hygienic rules and maintaining a healthy lifestyle has the opportunity to live to 100 years or more.

Unfortunately, many people do not follow the simplest, Continue reading

Breathing exercises breathing simulator SmartBreath

Breathing exercises

Hold the exerciser in your mouth, inhale through your nose for 2-3 seconds. And exhale slowly through the apparatus with the resistance selected by means of the outer ring on the simulator. The exhalation should be longer than inhalation and fitness expanding. Starting, for example, from 7 seconds and each week adding one second to walk with a time of 20 to 30 seconds. Exhalation resistance is adjusted individually, the main criterion for correct resistance is the lack of fatigue after 15 minute workouts. As fitness resistance also increases and reaches a maximum after 1 to 3 months of training. To increase the effectiveness of

the training, it is reasonable to study the diaphragmatic type of breathing, when you inhale, the abdomen protrudes, and when you exhale retracts the abdominal wall, thorax rises and does not descend, remaining stationary.

The classroom selected first 15 -20 minutes a day and then increased every 3-4 days for 5 min, Continue reading

Nordic walking

Nordic walking (walking with poles)

A new type of fitness – Nordic walking – is rapidly conquering the world. It is not known who first picked up the ski poles to walk. According to one version, the founders of this modern type of fitness became Finnish skiers. It appeared to be a few training sessions in the winter, and they began to walk in the summer, using ski poles to load the hands and the muscles of the upper torso. Those skiers who trained in the summer with the assistance of crutches, showed higher winter sports results. And those who ignored the summer training, was significantly inferior in performance to their more zealous colleagues.

This is one of the versions. Popular Nordic walking began in Europe in the 80-ies of the last century. Modern guru is considered Finn mark Cantana who first developed the semblance of instructions on the technique of Nordic walking. The work he published in 1997, and then by trial and error found the optimum design of sticks Continue reading

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