Why ” healthy life”, not “healthy lifestyle”?
In this case, just the individual sense of the word – “healthy lifestyle”, though very popular and well-established expresion, sounds, in my opinion, more detached from life, something not for everyone, but for the elect, those who are capable of all sorts of “exploits” – “peck” raw grain, and to eat some fruits, exercise (maybe even every day), get up early and run around in a vest and shorts, in the rain and cold. B-RAF…
If you just need max to run, then just train a maximum of one approach to fresh strength, always trying to beat your highscore.
The key words here are ALWAYS TRYING to BEAT YOUR HIGHSCORE!
ALWAYS TRYING TO BEAT YOUR HIGHSCORE!
this is a crappy approach.If the maximum is increased then all the rules,if
2 workouts, it does not grow,then peck his little help,it is better to use a loop.For example I had French bench pres 60 kg 5 by 5.Yesterday I wanted to go 3 for 8,but the first approach I realized that it will be 8-9 max.So I stopped for 6 repetitions and did 3 sets,defeated K-feldspar. Continue reading
Undergoing surgery for heart transplantation patients, doctors recommend exercises of medium intensity. Recently, however, scientists from the University of Copenhagen have found that performing vigorous exercise is much better for these patients than moderate load, since it helps to control blood presure.
Experts believe that interval training is high intensity is much safer and more efficient medium loads. Refers to short exercises that allow you to achieve a close and a maximum level of heart rate.