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
An integral part of any workout is to rest and restore. After the resumption of the body after a routine of exercise has a great impact not only on your appearance, but also on fitness sports scores that will allow you to exercise more effectively. Unfortunately, most people do not know and do not know how to recover after strenuous exercise.
The first thing to note that the recovery after exercise is of particular importance to muscles and tissues. It is very important to remember this and after the workouts. Muscles need to give 24 to 48 hours to recover, but if
too quickly to load the same muscle group, this will lead not to growth, but rather to the destruction of the muscles. When developing a plan of strength training keep in mind that two days in a row should not work Continue reading
Weight gain during pregnancy – a completely natural process, given the nature of the program. But with modern lifestyles, this may not be a boon and a problem.
The causes of weight gain
Increase in body weight during pregnancy is unavoidable. Modern norm is the set of 10-15 kg 3-4 kg – fetal weight, 600-700 g – the placenta, about 800 g – water, 900-1000 g – an enlarged uterus, about 2.5
kg – increased blood volume and (attention!) 2-3 kg – body fat. Accumulated fat reserves necessary as the “airbag” in case of famine and during pregnancy for the development of the baby and during breast skamlova because milk production requires a lot of the body energy (500-800 kcal / day).
During pregnancy the need for energy from food, increases by about 20%. From here follow the popular myths – the expectant mother should eat for two and she can’t Continue reading