Dreams of eliminating the belly and finally have a flat stomach? There is nothing better than the circuit for the abs. 9 exercises that will allow you to train better every muscle of the abdominal muscles, starting to thin out your belly. Of course, without a healthy diet, and a healthy lifestyle, the only abdominal exercises are not enough. But they are a first step to a more toned and slimmer figure abdomen. Besides having, abdominal trained is very useful for preventing low back pain and improve posture and balance.
The circuit that proposes consists of 9 different exercises, that will help you sculpt every area of your abs: knee crunches, ball crunches, leg raises, cycling cross crunches, flutter kicks, heel touches, plank, Superman and vacuum. A training program that will allow you to fully train your abs and which can be done at any place and time. At home or at the park on a sunny day: you just need a mat on which to lie down to start sculpting your abs. Each exercise will focus on one of several abdominal groups. » Read more
Regardless of the sport practiced whether it’s football, dancing, tennis or other, to which all sports need is resistance.
The resistance activity is usually recognized as aerobic activity; this is because the body uses oxygen to allow the muscles to contract. Therefore, the increase in resistance is proportional to the increase in oxygen consumption used by the muscular work.
Nutrition and hydration can improve endurance. The workout improves both absorption and release of oxygen and that’s why one of the most important factors.
Most people tend to focus on cardio exercises to increase its resistance. In fact, there are many more useful and dynamic ways to increase it. Here are some tips that may be helpful. » Read more
Do you want to learn how to do more reps of your push-ups?
For every man it is crucial to get the most from your body. In addition to searching for form and volume, it is important athleticism.
Believe it or not, a good test to see if you are fit or not you count how many consecutive push-ups can you do. I work with people very fit, with sports professionals and I think 50 consecutive perfect pushups are the standard for evaluating efficiently your state of fitness.
Most people think that with just a little ‘training will be able to achieve this goal.
Not really … You know when I hear these beliefs what is my response? “Great, now show me how and how many push-ups you do!” » Read more
If you often ask “why run“, we give you at least 16 good reasons to tie your sneakers! Of course, running is not miraculous, but it makes very good for your health, it is a remedy against stress and insomnia and is a great ally in the prevention of various diseases. It helps to shake up the metabolism, speed up weight loss and keep in training the entire cardiovascular system. If you’re still not convinced, here’s a list of good reasons to change your mind! » Read more
Two basic training in any type of parts, but nevertheless many jump (either because of laziness, lack of time or simply because they do not consider important) are the initial heating and final stretches.
They are not incidental: they are part of a complete training routine and, as such, we must treat them. And as important as them is run them properly. Let’s look at some of the myths and truths about warming up and stretching. » Read more
Physically active people with healthy habits fitness tend to be happier and healthier. If you have difficulty maintaining a lifestyle active, perhaps it is because you are making these mistakes.
1. DO NOT HAVE A PLAN
Go shopping with, without a list is like doing exercise with, and without a plan. Grocery shopping without a list leads to loss of time, and you may often forget important items needed. Also do exercise without a plan results in loss of time and no results.
What to do instead? It is good to create a strategic plan for training in advance. This creates less doubts and maximizes time, efficiency and energy. » Read more
It’s hard to turn on the TV or log into a sports website and not hear or read a story involving a major or even career-ending injury of a professional athlete. The unfortunate truth is that they get paid to put themselves in harm’s way for the sake of entertainment; and as Americans, we eat it up faster than a bag of Doritos on Super Bowl Sunday. But it’s a different matter altogether when it comes to our kids. Sports may seem like a birthright to some and a rite of passage to others, but parents ultimately have the final decision in what gets played and when. » Read more
There is much talk about the relationship between physical exercise and our night’s rest, finding controversial opinions about it and often discouraging training in the last hours of the day to rest better, however, is this right? What does science say about it?
Just as our body needs rest to perform at their best when performing exercise and at the same time promoting recovery, also the physical effort could influence our night’s sleep, helping or hindering it. We show what scientific evidence indicates: » Read more
This article will discuss the power to increase muscle mass as a natural, simple and inexpensive way should be able to get it.
Power to increase muscle mass
When a sport is practiced continuously (any discipline) or want to gain muscle mass not only need proper training, also a dietary plan that keeps you fit and help you achieve the proposed goals without harming health.
Today we give some general ideas about nutrition to increase muscle. Note that the first part serves as a base if you practice any sport. » Read more
The DOMS, English “Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness”, are the delayed onset muscle soreness, a phenomenon due to physical exertion of higher than normal intensity, that causes an inflammatory state in the muscle and connective tissue fascial delayed, often after 24-48 h exercise and may take several days.
Doms and lactic acid
For years DOMS have been erroneously attributed to the formation of lactic acid in muscle tissue for fermentation and, even today, it is believed that lactic acid is the cause delayed onset muscle indolent. » Read more