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
Australian scientists from the Australian University of Queensland have shown that there is almost no benefit from a morning jog if a person then sits at his desk for several hours in a row, and that the employees simply need at least minimal gymnastics.
According to the study (scientists studied data on 4,757 patients from 2003 to 2006), people whose professional duties were not limited to sitting at the computer, weight gain was not detected, and passive office plankton not only recovered, but also got dangerous indicators blood cholesterol levels.
Scientists recommend introducing regular sports breaks into the work schedule, which will not affect the performance of the enterprise, but, most likely, will make employees healthier and, as a result, more efficient. Continue reading