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Due to their high performance, many professional athletes from various sports practice rope jumps. Jump rope helps to burn calories, lose weight, develop coordination, concentration and endurance. Jumping rope strengthens the muscles of the legs and helps to keep the whole body in good shape. This is a great cardio training and training of the vestibular apparatus.
Jump rope – one of the easiest and cheapest home fitness equipment. However, the variety and abundance of skipping ropes in sports shops makes you wonder what one rope is different from the other?
Four key points that are worth paying attention to when choosing a rope.
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Although it is believed that the concept of beauty is very individual, a sporty and toned body always looks attractive. A great way to support your body in good shape is fitness. But, unfortunately, the modern rhythm of life does not always leave time for trips to sports clubs. Getting out of the situation is fitness at home. Home fitness is a significant saving of such important resources as time and money.
It is not necessary to acquire all kinds of sports equipment at once, as soon as you get the idea. To get started, buy the essentials – two dumbbells weighing one and a half kilograms. You will buy the rest gradually, as needed.
Prepare a place where you will do fitness. Continue reading
“In aikido, we don’t rely on weapons or brute force to achieve a goal, instead we act in accordance with the laws of the universe, save the world around us, protect lives and prevent destruction and death” – this is the quote by Morihei Ueshiba that reveals the philosophical meaning of martial arts.
The founder of aikido (translated from Japanese consists of three words – harmony, energy, path) Morihei Ueshib studied many kinds of martial arts before creating his own. In 1922, he began teaching aikido to his students. Every year the fame of him and his martial art grew. Continue reading