Overtraining is a physiological condition in which there is a violation of the fitness of the human body after a regular physical stress. Overtraining is accompanied by the appearance of fatigue and decreased ability to perform physical exercise. What are the disorders on the physiological level are evolving state of overtraining? What are the consequences of the consequences of such conditions and whether they can lead to poor health? How to provide for the body’s recovery from overtraining?
Overtraining occurs most frequently in a systematic and excessive pace training in sports and fitness clubs in those who had not previously received such exercise. In people who have not yet adapted to the increased motor activity in sports, recovery after intense workouts cannot provide full replenish energy in the body and maintain the health of muscle fibers. When this physiological condition is violated, the activity of the whole organism. Particularly vulnerable to such danger nervous and cardiovascular systems.
There are several varieties of overtraining. Continue reading
How to learn to swim. Why it is useful swimming. Swimming for weight loss. Techniques and styles of swimming
To learn how to swim is helpful. The benefits of swimming for health. The main styles of swimming.
Swimming is the ability to move on water and under water due to the movements of his own body. The ability to swim has the most living organisms on the planet, including man. However, unlike walking and running in humans have not developed the automatic ability to swim. As in cats, dogs or even more aquatic animals. Swimming requires the formation of a complex motor reflexes . In this respect, this physical activity like riding a bike, rollerblading, running on jumpers, etc. to Teach swimming
and can infants and especially adults. During swimming training activated by a bark of the big hemispheres of a brain.
Load and rest as interrelated components of the process of exercise: the “external” and “internal” side of the load, volume and intensity as part of the load, recreation
Load – the impact of physical exercise on the human body, causing a strong reaction from its functional systems (V. N. Platonov, 1987).
Load – the number of exercises performed, the time spent on classes and other indicators. The load – response of the body to work.
For most physical exercise in their total load on the body adequately characterized by the following components (V. M. Zatsiorsky, 1966):
Intensity – the magnitude and direction of the impact of physical exercise on the human body (speed, pace). Changes in the intensity of exercise has a direct impact Continue reading