Recovery after training using assistive devices
  Hello friends, today I will talk about recovery after training using assistive devices, as it is a necessary part in sports performance and in improving overall health. So, did…

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Morning exercises - a complex of exercises for the whole family
  Want to have your day began not with dull thoughts, the hustle and bustle, but with cheerfulness and good mood? Want thoughts lined up in the correct order, and…

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Alcohol and fitness is a sore subject! Why drinking is bad

It is a complex process, to understand that no “pint” is not easy… Joke! Actually, when you drink alcohol, your body (liver) converts to acetaldehyde and then to acetate . Acetate is a derivative of acetic acid. His body decomposes to carbon dioxide and water are the final products of decay.

Up to 10% of alcohol is excreted in unchanged form is excreted in the breath, sweat, urine. Another small portion ( 5% ) is deposited in the form of fat.

Poor health is associated with high levels of acetaldehyde and acetate. For our body is even more toxic substances than alcohol. The problem is often compounded by low-quality alcohol contain impurities, fusel oils, organic acids and aldehydes .

During the processing the body of alcohol, to force the energy is released – 7 calories per 1 g of ethanol. Continue reading

Recovery after training using assistive devices

 

Hello friends, today I will talk about recovery after training using assistive devices, as it is a necessary part in sports performance and in improving overall health. So, did you know that every organism that obtains physical and mental stress, need a break? Moreover, for the development of the muscles and loss of excess weight it is a prerequisite. That is, the key to your health is precisely the regularity, both in training and after, all it’s important to hold the balance, in this case, primarily to listen to your body, it tells you how much you healthy.

There are many tools for recuperation after physical and mental stress, and thus in both cases been overworking the nervous system is a very important part of our life. Consider the most basic methods of recovery:

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Muscle Recovery

 

— Restore hormonal levels. Hormones are very important regulators of our body. Any stress seriously affects our endocrine system. First of all there is a surge of stress (Catabolic) hormones. In particular cortisol. And testosterone (opposite – anabolically) hormone will rise for a short time, then to fall below the original. This hormonal imbalance caused by the training session will last just over a day. I.e., recovering a little longer than energy. But…It’s in ideal conditions. But in practice, if you trained chest today, and tomorrow I go to train your back, your hormone level is quite possibly not have time to fully recover before the

new stress and deepens each time more and more. That’s why weekends to train every day – the idea is not very good. That’s why all of the splits is always plenty of “oiled” days off to fully restore hormonal and energy.

-Recovery of muscle fibers. Once you’ve injured your muscles load begins their healing. And the speed of this process can be very different. It depends primarily on traumatic load. In principle, if the load is light, the muscles can be fine Continue reading