Special endurance in such types, as walking, running, on average, long-distance, marathon running, daily running and longer runs is the leading quality that maintains the desired speed of movement throughout the course.
Because the biological mechanisms of appearance of different types of endurance, depending on the duration and intensity of exercise fundamentally or essentially different, and the choice of means and methods must be appropriate. Thus, in the speed-power kinds of endurance
is the ability of nerve cells and muscles to work actively in the conditions of lack of oxygen mainly due to the accumulated internal energy – anaerobic endurance.
With increasing duration of continuous exercise endurance depends on coordinated work of locomotor system, internal organs and from the “performance” of the cardiovascular Continue reading
The study was conducted: Gerry Weber World (Germany), mbH Saluto society of sport and health, Diagnostic Institute, Dr. Elmar Vince.
What is the impact of singlet oxygen Airnergy on motor skills? This question is examined by a sports physician Dr. Elmar Vince (Elmar Wienecke) and published the results of a pilot study on the level of endurance in athletes.
In the study, Dr. Elmar Vince tells about her own feelings of using Airnergy within 60 minutes before the race: fatigue comes not so fast. As a scientist he was watched by thousands of professional athletes and Amateurs, was for them an individual training plans, optimal schedules of rehabilitation, improve overall fitness level. But the study of Airnergy devices Dr. Vince began with himself. The first 4 of 7 the graphs(№1, 2, 3, 4) devoted to the results of tests on myself. Measured heart rate with the use of Airnergy and without.
Heart rate after exercise, Continue reading
Warm up before a run is often overlooked. And this despite our knowledge from the very first gym class that stretching necessarily precede sports.
Excuses may be different.
For example, some people just are lazy and hope that, if during your last workout, everything went smoothly, you can expect that during the next “blow over”.
Others believe that the warm-up takes precious energy, and it is not enough for a full run.
Still others are afraid of losing time.
But all these excuses do not stand any criticism, no consideration through the prism of common sense.
Imagine a driver who has just started the engine and immediately tries to drive the car. It is unlikely that the engine will last a long time, because he needed preliminary warming up. Similar problems may befall our cardiovascular system, if it is not pre-prepare Continue reading