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
If you are away from the gym or you have decided this year to train the whole body at home and take advantage of your effort, today we 30 exercises without equipment for different muscle areas and for different purposes, you can implement.
Exercises for the upper body
To work upper back, chest, shoulders and arms with exercises that only require to run our body, we can perform:
- Traditional pushups arms
- Pine pushups or inverted V, placing the high hip and body forming a “V” inverted.
- Diamond pushups
- Handstand pushups or pushups vertical
- Lateral displacement in pushup position, as if we were to do pushups but with extended arms and mobilizing them to one side and another to move the entire body in that position.
- Crab walk
- Bear crawl or step
You will see on each link detail how to perform each exercise, without equipment and in the comfort of your home. » Read more
When working back in the gym, one of the most used exercises is dominated, a very intense and difficult movement to achieve, especially if we are beginners in the world of fitness. So today left some tips so you can get your first dominated.
Chins are an exercise where the entire body must be mobilized by force of muscles located in the upper body, especially in the back. Therefore, hanging from a fixed bar, it is very complex and raise the entire body overcome gravity.
To achieve the first dominated, we not only have strength in the muscles involved in the exercise, but also we can go to different tricks and / or movements that help us get the elevation of the entire body above the bar. » Read more