To the professional qualities of athletes every day put forward strict requirements: to improve endurance, increase your muscle mass, and with it the power to lose weight. For the sake of achieving professional athletes work out hard, sometimes for years. The consequences of such activities: depreciation and depletion of the body, occupational diseases, etc. In such harsh conditions, the athlete is not able on his own to cope with high loads and stress.
Resulting in a large professional sports, is an increasing emphasis on sports nutrition. And all the more contentious issues appears. Increasingly, the question is: ‘is it possible the use of bioactive food supplements Continue reading
Changes in the human body under the influence of physical activity
Training of fitness of a person and his body:
The beauty and power of a trained body has always attracted painters and sculptors. This was apparent already in rock cave paintings of our ancestors who have attained perfection in the frescoes of ancient Greece, the sculptures of Michelangelo. At the same time is not always the fitness
of the person is accompanied by an increase stamina and records in professional sport, the body often paid a high price.
The fitness of the human body is the ability to perform heavy physical exertion is usually observed in people whose lifestyle or profession are associated with Continue reading
During the life of the body, whether it’s metabolic processes, muscle activity, etc. going on the energy consumption. ATP (adenosine triphosphate) is degraded to ADP (adenosine diphosphate), releasing energy that is used in all life processes.
ATP ADP + energy
The ATP content in muscle minor. During intense muscle activity, the ATP consumed in the 2C. However, within the muscles, there are several support systems that continuously regenerate ADP to ATP.
There are three main systems of resynthesis of ATP: phosphate, lactate and oxygen.
KrF + ADP → ATP + creatine
— creatine (ECOP), which reserves in the muscles are limited to 6-8 with intensive work.
At maximum load the phosphate system Continue reading