Monday, July 27, 2009
if you're trying to improve stamina and your circulatory system, aerobic exercise would benefit you. Whatever you goals are, you'll be able to find the type of exercise appropriate for you, and an exercise regimen that will of the proper intensity and gradient so that you can win with an exercise program. I often from customers who have been exercising with the machine and circuit training become frustrated with the lack of results. What happens too often to repeat the same exercise routine for a body part or muscle group to the adaptation of the muscles. As a general rule,
I always change my exercise routine every month to keep it progressive and make a profit. Occasionally I'll make a "special" workout. I will do all of my favorite exercises and I have not designed a fitness training program. I do this because it is beneficial to the combination of exercise and equipment from time to time. If you keep repeating the same things and have done so over time it has done a good job in maintaining their fitness level and muscles. By the way, have not challenged, not to get the benefits. Even if the performance of maintenance, we still recommend changing your exercise routine.
Another way to vary your fitness routine is changing exercise machines of weights / dumbbells or vice versa. For cardio exercise, moving from tape to the steps, elliptical or bike. With cardio exercises, like interval training because it does exactly that, that vary each time you workout. Instead of always walking on the treadmill at the same speed and incline or grade, changing its speed and increase your rank. This will keep your dynamic exercise and to avoid boredom. More importantly challenge the muscles, heart and Lunges work at different levels.
There are many ways to change your exercise routine. Be creative. Try creating a simple six-week training cycle in which alternate between heavy, medium and light training sessions for each body part. Each time a heavy day, pushing their limits, leaving the light day and a half to build muscle tendon and ligament strength, and endurance. At the end of its cycle of six weeks' duration takes 2-4 days of rest and allow your body to rest. This avoids overtraining and help your body with a better performance when it starts again. Cycling approach is particularly effective for the prevention of injury to the muscle groups and connective tissue in the path.
Its objective is to determine the number of representatives who tend to use. Different numbers of representatives of different purposes. First, know what their goals are in their training. What do you want to achieve? The rules are: to train a force of 6 to 8 reps; resistance to 15 to 20 reps; tonification representatives of the 10-15 in mass and size of 6 to 20 representatives.
There are other factors to the formation, in addition to representatives. The number of games is the number of times you do the exercise with rest in between. Intensity is the level of difficulty in doing exercise usually a percentage of January 1 to a maximum of 10 representatives. Remainder is the amount of time to wait until you do another set. All these factors are controlled variables in an exercise program. Meet your fitness goals and help you determine what your coach is the best combination for you to design your exercise program
As expected, the GI has also been found to be directly involved with the risk of heart disease and other diseases, such as type 2 diabetes. Eating high glycemic foods can increase your risk of coronary heart disease. In fact, carbohydrates classi ed by their glycemic index, rather than as either simple or complex, were a better predictor of coronary heart disease in one study.
In another recent study, subjects on a low GI fat loss diet showed greater
improvements in a range of health risk factors, such as blood pressure, insu-
lin resistance, serum triglycerides, and C-reactive protein, than did subjects
consuming a typical, higher carb/low fat diet. Other research has shown
reductions in LDL (“bad”) cholesterol as well.
Epidemiological evidence suggests that diets rich in high glycemic index/
glycemic load carbohydrates are risk factors for a wide variety of other con-
ditions. High GI diets increase the risk of macular degeneration, gallstone
disease, and colorectal, breast, and prostate cancers.
Low GI foods also tend to be more nutrient-dense than high GI, processed
foods, so there are positive e ects to be gained from a low GI/GL diet, be-
yond simple e ects on blood sugar and insulin levels.
There are no downsides associated with eating low- GI foods, beyond being
deprived of junk food, that is!