We all are well aware of the positive changes from each of the sports: bodybuilding will transform your body, making it beautiful and strong; aerobics will help to lose weight, making you lean and resilient
The popular opinion is that the combination of these disciplines will only aggravate the results of each separately and they cannot be combined. With some important reservations, this is the right conclusion when it comes to professional sports. In other cases, this is not only possible, but under certain conditions, on the contrary: progress in one discipline will contribute to improved results in another.
Bodybuilding and aerobics: when to combine
If you are a teenager or a fan of twenty with very low genetic potential, you should forget about aerobics for a while. The human body responds best to a single stimulus. Continue reading
Rule one: you must be a model of bodybuilding devotion.
In order to squeeze the result to the maximum at the end of each cycle, you must be 200% devoted to your favorite work – bodybuilding. Any outside interests will only bother you. The most difficult thing here is to find a reasonable balance between fanaticism and the interests of loved ones. After all, training is your own business. Your hobby should not “seize the age” of your neighbors.
Rule two: you need to work out in trainings as it should.
The best training program costs nothing if you are not really doing your best in training. It is in the hall that a test of your strength takes place. And misfires occur. If you do not put extreme effort, then you need to forget about extreme success, even if you carefully observe all the other conditions of productive training. Continue reading
About the benefits of swimming
Swimming is not only a pleasant pastime, but also an excellent physical activity on almost all muscles of the body. The benefits of swimming are obvious. This is a complex aerobic exercise in which the muscles of the upper and lower body work. Therefore, depending on the combination of technology, speed and frequency of training, swimming can help both with weight loss, and with strengthening muscles and general body health.
Thanks to the buoyancy, water protects the joints well. Therefore, swimming in the pool is one of the few exercises that is useful and safe for the elderly and pregnant women. Any water exercises are an ideal choice for people with overweight, limited physical activity, as well as during the recovery period after injuries. Continue reading