The spine is one of the most important organs of our body — this is the rod that holds almost everything. To the spine fastens the head, limbs and ribs that form the rib cage which is a repository of vital internal organs. In addition to the load-bearing member, the spine also performs the function of the channel, which houses the spinal cord, and nerves depart from it managers absolutely all of our bodies.
Therefore, the normal functioning of the body largely depends on the condition of the spine. Many experts argue that the cause of most diseases is the disruption of the normal function of the spine. Posture and spinal disease inevitably lead to the destruction of the intervertebral discs and displacement of the vertebrae, which in turn leads to compression of the nerves extending from the respective sections of the spine. And since nerves carry feedback between the Central nervous system (CNS) and internal organs, the violation of this connection becomes the cause of violations Continue reading
You — it’s what you eat and drink. Of course, food and liquids that you consume, affect the physical condition and doubtless the runners know about it. But the complexity of counting calories, different kinds of rumors and other factors can lead to errors in the diet. And if the experiments in nutrition during conventional training can be part of your plan and allow you to learn the necessary lessons, you make a mistake before the start is quite undesirable. Runnersclub advises runners what to eat before, after and during the competition to improve your running result.
“Meals on race day — pretty tricky. — explains Lauren Antonucci (Lauren Antonucci) — dietician runners club of new York. — one side should Continue reading
Man has always sought to enhance its capacity through various measures and using different methods. We often think about how to improve memory, alertness, immunity, performance, etc. but rarely remember that it is necessary to improve the performance implications of not only intellectual, but also physical activity. This applies to both professional athletes and ordinary people, not related to sports almost nothing. Have you noticed that you find it hard to walk long distances even at a slow pace? You can hardly walk up the stairs more than three stories? You can’t ride a bike without the shortness of breath? Then you
urgently need to increase endurance, which will come in handy in everyday life and in the workplace. Because endurance is to strengthen the respiratory and cardiovascular systems that are responsible for the health of the whole Continue reading