How music affects training

For the first time, the role of music during training was thought back to 1911. Then the American scientist Leonard Aires found out that cyclists rode faster when music was playing, and slower in complete silence. Today, with headphones in the gym, you will definitely not surprise anyone, and in music services you can find separate playlists for each sport for every taste. We understand how favorite tracks affect the brain, does music really increase the effectiveness of training and what genres are most often chosen for different types of loads.

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Outdoor fitness

Hello,everyone! Today I am in Haltom City, Texas. It is sad weather and pretty cold here. I hope you having a nice mood and ready for challenges!

Outdoor fitness is becoming more and more popular every year for men and women who seek to improve their appearance and health.

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How to train with sore knees and not hurt

Pain in the knees is one of the most common injuries among fitness enthusiasts. Whether it is running, squats or other activity, the load on the knees is carried out with each of our steps. The less depreciation, the more likely to miss the next workout, or even damage the joint. But let’s not talk about the bad – you can and even need to train with sore knees.

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10,000 – how many steps per day do you really need to go through?

Any sports application on the phone and any fitness bracelet or smartwatch can count steps. Actually, they do this as their main and most popular function. And counting the steps is a reasonable explanation: walking a lot, that is, destroying your sedentary lifestyle is really important. But how many kilometers do we really need to go each day?

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How running is addictive due to euphoria

The tremendous popularity of running in recent years is not only due to the fact that only running shoes and space are needed for jogging, not only because proper running is a very simple way to start exercising your health. There is also an emotional side to this sport, and now we will tell you what emotions are and how to add them to your runs.

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Massage roller: how to get rid of muscle pain

After any physical exertion, we feel fatigue, and sometimes pain, burning in the muscles. Such a reaction is considered absolutely normal if you first came to the gym, resumed training after a long pause, or simply lead an inactive lifestyle.

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12 facts about fitness that your trainer won’t tell you

A healthy lifestyle is choosing more and more people. To look better and feel great, many choose fitness. But, like any business, you need to do sports wisely.

1. A noticeable result will have to wait long enough

Now and in a 6 months

Do not expect too fast results from classes in the gym. Those who want to lose weight by the summer or the New Year in 2 months are likely to fail. Of course, it all depends on the initial quality of your body, weight, as well as age. In any case, you will notice the first results of training after about 2-3 months. Others will see positive changes in your body no earlier than six months later. It is also important to understand that the key to success is regularity, the frequency of training and proper nutrition. Two shock workouts per week will not be of particular benefit. You can achieve good results with 3 power and 2 cardio workouts per week. And it’s not necessary to spend 5 days a week on the hall. As a cardio load, a normal walk may well be.

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6 ways to make training less dangerous for the joints

1.Good workout
Before any workout, regardless of whether it’s a run or a power run in the gym with a barbell, you need to thoroughly stretch yourself and how to warm up the body before loads. Is it worth mentioning that it is insufficient heating that is the most common cause of injuries. Many people mistakenly believe that a 5-minute jog before the power is enough, because breathing quickened, muscles shook – what else is needed? And here is what.

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Glycogen and its effects on runner performance

Carbohydrates
Carbohydrates or saccharides are a group of organic molecules that are divided into monosaccharides (one unit), disaccharides (two units) and polysaccharides (several units) depending on the number of molecules of simple carbohydrates.

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