The modern workplace makes thousands of people spend many hours a day sitting in front of your computer without exercise your body. While this position is comfortable for some, is shown to hold for prolonged periods are harmful to metabolic health, joint and muscle.
Compounding the problem is more with the fact that some just tired of their days and do not have enough time to exercise. Given the risks that this entails, it has designed several plans “labor gymnastics” with which you are invited to activate the body from the workplace.
Although not intend to bring a full gym to the office, it is very interesting to relieve muscle tension, stress and other reactions related to physical inactivity practice. The movements proposed are very easy to do; they do not take away a long time and can be made up in confined spaces.
Here we share the 7 best for you to start to devote a few minutes a day. Put them into practice! Read more
Although not relate, monotony is detrimental to our ability to concentrate. One of the best brain exercises every day is to include new activities in our routine.
Over the years, the stress and worries mind suffers and stops working as we were used to. If this is your case, if you’re in exams, you have anxiety or years you are taking a toll, we suggest some exercises for the brain.
Before moving on to describe, it is good to know how your work head. As you know, we have two hemispheres, the left and the right, and each has a distinct function.
For the left, it deals with the verbal portion and logical analysis. For its part, the right hemisphere deals with the non-verbal aspect and creativity. In this sense, the best activities are those that connect both sides. Read more
We are constantly recommending ways to train we can combine different regularly in our routines. We at this time we will focus on two ways of working muscles, with separate charges for each part of the body work, or working the muscle group concerned with a burden that will arise in conjunction with both hands.
Surely we doubt has arisen hundreds of times whether it is better to train one way or another, and that after all the mechanics of the exercise is similar, but the results will not be the same. It is therefore good that we have in mind for what will work in one way or the other. Read more
Fashions have always marked in fitness training. Today there are plenty of workout routines and many are those who join them. We constantly see new routines and techniques that promise the best results in the world. One of the most forces is currently the Crossfit. For this reason we want to stop at this point, as it seems that if you do Crossfit not really train for it and in this post we will defend other routines that will give us good results and that seem forgotten.
It is true that the results that give us the Crossfit are excellent, but keep in mind that is high performance training and requirements that demands are high. Although there are different intensities for beginners and people with a higher level, for many others it is too far above his level. But we must not forget that even if trend, there are still other ways to get a well – worked muscles. Read more
The plantar fasciitis is a common cause of foot pain, both athletes and sedentary people. The pain occurs in the foot, at the front of the heel, being a pain that worsens when walking or exercising.
Being a common injury in athletes as much in the general population, we will discuss the causes, prevention and treatment of plantar fasciitis in this article.
What is the plantar fascia?
The plantar fasciitis is an injury that affects the fascia or plantar fascia, a thick band of connective tissue that is in the sole, and runs from the front of the calcaneus (heel bone) to the front fingers.
The plantar fascia is a support structure to absorb the impact and maintain the shape of the foot. Upon reaching the toes, the fascia is divided into five bands.
I take this opportunity to point out that the suffix it is refers to inflammation but, as in the usual tendinitis, rarely a real inflammation is present (so we recommend talking about tendinosis). In the case of fasciitis same thing happens: rarely no real inflammation, so maybe I should change the term to fasciosis (which simply indicates an alteration, without specifying what type). Read more
One issue that has always worried us when training is the time we must wait between sets. We have often commented that the ideal is a minute’s rest, or even depend on the type of training and the person in question. Therefore, and to dispel any doubts in this post we want to give some key points about rest between sets of one form or another.
In the gym often we see people checking the time with a stopwatch between sets. This can be a solution, but it depends on what you want to achieve with the training to do it one way or another, the ideal is to alternate one way or another break, but yes, leave aside the laziness and breaks too long between sets. Read more