Body balance blend Tai-Chi, Pilates, Yoga and music
Imagine a gym class with stretching and posture exercises? Now mix martial arts, pilates and yoga techniques, all in 60 minutes. This is the body balance, a method that allows high caloric expenditure and body balance. Created in New Zealand, the body-balancing class takes place in an hour of class, which is governed by 10 to 11 songs, which have a specific function, according to the body's needs to become accustomed to physical exercises.
Bodybuilding and functional training: understand the differences between each activity
In general, traditional training proposed to work a specific physical capacity, for example: bodybuilding to improve muscle strength and endurance, the race to improve cardiorespiratory fitness and stretching to improve flexibility. It is important to make it clear that each activity of these can even bring some improvement in some other physical capacity, but it will probably not be significant.
Bodybuilding Prevents Type 2 Diabetes
The development of type 2 diabetes is mainly associated with overweight and to the cultivation of poor eating habits. Therefore, problem prevention should include a balanced diet and regular exercise. Now a study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine Journal has shown that weight training can be another ally in this fight.
Boxing lesson strengthens full-time abdomen
Boxing training can be focused on quality of life and has no competitive purpose. In this case, the class provides an excellent aerobic activity and works several muscle groups. In the rope and in the race the lower limbs develop and the movement during the rounds. The blows and blows develop pectorals, triceps, biceps and shoulders.
Brazil arrives to Brazil to work out naked
Although eccentric, this idea is not unprecedented. In the 1960s, in the United States, it was common for gym wearers to practice totally naked. There were also records of similar activities in Denmark, where an academy launched a crossfit class without clothing, initially as a joke. With the great demand, the modality was officially launched, but was eventually discontinued because of media harassment.
Breeching exercises: discover 7 infallible methods
Losing fat in the hip and thigh area, or lowering the knee, is one of the biggest challenges for women who follow a training program. The measurements in other areas of the body are drying, but the fat located on the side remains and even becomes demotivated, sometimes. "When you do an aerobic exercise, it helps to reduce the breech, but there are specific movements that accelerate the results," says personal trainer Luiz Gangi of the Gangi Sports academy in São Paulo.
Burn calories and get in shape with tap dancing
Besides being an exciting activity, because it mixes production of movements and sounds, tapping is an effective way to enter in shape. In an hour of class, an average of 400 calories is spent, the same amount lost in a localized gym session. The modality even increases cardiovascular capacity, strengthens joints and works the legs and abdomen.
Capoeira controls stress and improves cardiovascular system
Capoeira can not be defined in a single concept . This is because it can be considered a sport, a fight or a cultural manifestation. The main point of capoeira is that it is an Afro-Brazilian manifestation. There are two types of capoeira: capoeira regional and angola. The regional capoeira, created by Mestre Bimba, incorporates elements of other martial fights and creates normal, a sequence of blows and a methodology of teaching.
Capoeira: martial art works flexibility and motor coordination
Capoeira is a fight disguised as dance gingada in its beginnings by Angolan slaves in Brazilian soil. They met in groups close to the senzalas in places that exhibited a type of low vegetation, the so-called capoeira. Using music and rhythmic movements, the slaves did more than stay fit to fight. Through the activity, they were united and healthy, both physically and emotionally.
Care needed when resuming post-vacation exercises
Some special care needs to be taken when resuming workouts after the holidays. After all, some studies have already shown that it is possible to lose up to 30% of the strength that was achieved with only 10 days stopped. Of course this does not happen for everyone. It is necessary to analyze the history of physical activity (how long you have been training, how many times a week, and type of training intensity) and how many days you have been unemployed.