Develop your running speed, improving the frequency and force of repulsion.
The parachute can be used while running not only direct but also with the change of the trajectory.
The parachute can be used on any open space.
The load is applied horizontally to the centre of gravity of the body of the athlete (if the athlete pulls a tire, then there is a force directed vertically downwards).
Parachute light and takes the place of one t-shirt in the backpack.
“Parachute for running” from MONKO has Dimant brake dome 140 cm, and when running at a speed of 9 — 10 m/s creates resistance around 12-13 kg (maximum value) or 10 — 15% of the body weight of the athlete. These indicators are optimal for the development of speed in running, because of keeping pace, and the resistance force is sufficient for the maximum of the main “cros-country” muscles. Continue reading
“Morning exercises in the ponds!”. The organizer of this project is dance club “Buena Vista” with the support of the Department of health of a city administration of Khabarovsk.
“Morning exercises in the ponds!” takes place on Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning from 8.15 to 8.45 hours in the area of the first ponds and focused on disease prevention, increasing physical activity, promoting healthy lifestyles.
Moderate physical activity for 150 minutes per week reduces the risk of development of coronary heart disease and stroke, hypertension, diabetes type II, and depresion. Continue reading
Swimming is one of the most effective means of health promotion and physical development of man since the first months of life to old age.
The density of water is approximately 775 times the density of air, and hence the difficulty of movement, the speed limit and high energy costs.
The energy consumption when swimming at various distances depending on their length and power. At distances of 100 — 1500 m it is approximately from 100 to 500 K/cal.
The water presure prevents inhalation and during exhalation into the water has to overcome its resistance, which leads to increased load on the respiratory muscles. Continue reading