Exercise and angina
Patients with coronary heart disease physical exercise is not only permitted, but encouraged. However, not every kind of activity is suitable. Useful moderate aerobic exercise, such as brisk walking, Cycling…

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Proper breathing when lightly running
Good day, dear athletes! In the previous topic — the correct running (easy) we have reviewed the main elements: the right position and overall technique. But there is one important…

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Exercise and angina

Patients with coronary heart disease physical exercise is not only permitted, but encouraged. However, not every kind of activity is suitable. Useful moderate aerobic exercise, such as brisk walking, Cycling or swimming. Talk to your doctor about how much exercise You can perform, and gradually increase their number. Isometric exercises in which the muscles contract (are compresed) for a long time, is not suitable for people suffering from angina. Common forms of isometric exercises include strength training and push-UPS. Proven that regular breathing exercises have a positive effect on the coronary arteries, slowing the growth in the number of plaques directly – through the so-called masage action on the endothelium (layer of cells that covers the inner surface of blood vesels), or indirectly by reducing body weight and blood presure levels, and also due to the improvement of glucose control in patients with diabetes mellitus. Continue reading

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The benefits of Nordic walking

The benefit of Nordic walking is undeniable. As a result of regular practice improves the function of many organs and systems in the human body.

Regulation of blood presure.

 

Regulation of glucose level in the blood.

Increase resistance to infections.

Increases endurance.

Improves the condition of the spine, strengthens bones, decreases lower back pain.

Activates the metabolism and fat metabolism, weight is reduced. Continue reading