So, you are like a tightly stretched string: you exercise with weights fanatically; overtraining. However, it is impossible to stop, because the prospect of a transition to the 44th size is closer than ever. How to be here? Do yoga!
At first glance, such a proposal looks like a mockery – why add a new item to the sports fitness schedule, which is already cracking with tension? Meanwhile, yoga is necessary as air! The fact is that strength and aerobic training is, after all, a kind of stress. Resisting stress, the body acquires new positive qualities – increases strength and endurance, gets rid of ballast – adipose tissue, and increases muscle mass. Continue reading
The most popular sport in the US – American football – every year becomes more common throughout the world.
American football in terms of its popularity in the United States can only compete with baseball. According to an independent study that was conducted among residents of the United States, American football has become the number one sport. This jump occurred for the first time in 1972. And today this sport continues to hold its leading position. Continue reading
The abdominal region consists of four muscle groups. The transverse abdominal muscle (transversus abdominis) lies inside, supporting your internal organs. Internal oblique muscles run diagonally from the pelvis to the sternum, while the external obliques lie above them, helping you to bend and rotate the body. Above the transverse muscle is the rectus abdominis muscle, which is what we call the abs.
Starting at the pelvic bone, it attaches to the sternum. The rectus abdominis supports the straight back and allows you to lean forward. Connecting fibers, crossing it across, create the very same six cubes that serve as irrefutable proof of fryiness and good physical shape. Although various exercises involve the abdominal muscles in different ways, such concepts as “top” and “bottom” of the press do not exist. Continue reading