How to train for weight loss
In order to lose weight it is not necessary to go to the gym every day. This conclusion was made by scientists of the University of Alabama. Exercising every other…

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AMERICAN FOOTBALL
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…

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Exercises for building powerful triceps
Triceps are more diverse than biceps. Like biceps, triceps should look good from any perspective. Triceps are needed to make your hands look massive and impressive, even in a relaxed…

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various types of training

BOSU fitness

The name of bosu-fitness comes from the simulator of the same name, which commemorates the hemisphere or half of the fitball. More specifically, bosu is a plastic platform in diameter of about 60 – 65 centimeters. It is located rubber hemisphere height of 30 – 35 centimeters.
The stiffness of the hemisphere is adjustable – just release a small amount of air and it will decrease. Fine tuning is necessary for the effective implementation of various exercises and for the opportunity to engage people with different physical training. You can use bosu in different ways: base up or base down. You can jump, sit down, and keep balance – it all depends on the result that you want to achieve.
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KALLANETIKA: BASIC EXERCISES
Doing these exercises from callanetics 2-3 times a week for an hour, you will quickly lose weight and correct figure flaws Warm up 1. In the standing position, feet shoulder-width…

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PILATES: BASIC EXERCISES
The following set of Pilates exercises is a complete workout for strengthening muscles. Twisting Technique: 1. Sit on the floor and stretch your legs, put your hands on your hips,…

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Dear ladies, forward by bike
Beauty is needed for a woman like air. Many representatives of the beautiful half of humanity received it in full, but who said that it is not necessary to help…

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