During pregnancy women especially need to take seriously their health. Try to reduce not only physical activity but also mental, so more time was spent on vacation. Each woman’s pregnancy is different. Throughout the period of carrying a child, expectant mothers are observed at the gynecologist. The doctor monitors the health of the pregnant woman, monitors the health and status of the unborn baby.
Most expectant mother puts lot of efforts in order to stay beautiful and to be in shape. The attending physician, during the monitoring of the
condition of women, defines you and whether the patient physical activity. Exercise during pregnancy is beneficial for the mother and if the pregnancy proceeds without complications and threats, the doctor allows and encourages physical activity. During exercise strengthens muscles, improves circulation and blood flow to all internal organs, especially the pelvic organs. Increases delivery of oxygen and nutrients that are needed by the fetus. Physical exercises that are recommended for pregnant Continue reading
1. Only you
In our busy world the opportunity to be alone with him, seems to us very often. Even when we are home alone, we turn on the TV or at best take a book. Yoga is your chance to finally look inside yourself and calm your
mind, leaving all worries and problems.
2. High blood pressure note
Clinical studies from the American College of Vedic medicine, proved that meditation and pranayama help fight heart disease and lower blood pressure.
3. A second youth
We age in the blood increases the level of cortisol, a stress hormone, and sex hormones – testosterone and estrogen – decreases. However it is depend on our youth and beauty. Yoga helps to turn back the clock: the experiments show that just 10 minutes of perform Bhujangasana (Cobra pose) increase the level of sex hormones by 12%. The level of cortisol is decreased by 16%.
4. Cholesterol down
The level of “bad” cholesterol, coronary artery Continue reading
Milan Miletic, coach cross-country camp Unity Run Camp. in the past a member of the national team of Serbia in Cycling (racing track), Ironman finisher and a dozen trail races, shares his experience and tips how to prevent overtraining and to cope with it, if after reading the article you will discover the symptoms.
Several years ago I competed as a professional cyclist. During this period I experienced two months, when I felt at my best, was very motivated, and for me there was nothing more important than my workout. But in some
strange way, my results are not only not progressed, but rather worsened. I thought all the fault of bad luck.
After one of the workouts where I did our best, my coach, a stout, elderly man, whom I have always trusted (and now trust more), strictly told me to stop training and go to him. Continue reading