muscle cross section
The next question that we have to deal with is the psycho-emotional component of training. Any newcomer, being on the treadmill of the stadium, experiences, first of all, the psychological pressure of his own fantasies. It begins to seem to him that everyone present at the stadium is closely watching him, evaluating his clumsy running technique and taunting him. And if at this time it is really heard, someone’s flood of laughter, who has nothing to do with his person, taking fire on himself, the newly-minted runner enters into a state of shock and can leave the stadium’s racetrack forever without ever feeling a victory over his own laziness and filled with strength and elasticity. Continue reading
Running is the simplest and most effective physical exercise available to almost all people on our planet.
What does this happen in the human body while running? How does the internal organs respond to the load? What happens to cells and blood? Read the answers to these and other questions below.
During running, almost all parts of the ligamentous and muscular apparatus are involved. In addition, the joints of the human body receive a payload while running. Running increases blood circulation, oxygenates all organs and tissues. It trains the vascular system and prevents many heart diseases. Continue reading