A marathon is 26 miles 385 yards!
The marathon brings the runner deepest satisfaction and joy. Finishing, I always feel the excitement, not only from the fact that I, perhaps, had his best result, but from what has come true my intentions and I was on the track until the end.
My first marathon, which I ran at the age of 18 years (Boston, 1970), will forever remain in my memory. Then my goal was to participate in the race and go the distance at least to the center Prodehl. After the start I felt well prepared and able to overcome all the distance to the finish line. But, despite the confidence still felt restless curiosity.
The beginning, as I thought, was very easy, but time dragged slowly. After the Heartbreak hill behind us, I felt the need to run faster because the last 5 miles of road is a fairly steep descent. And then I had a “barrier” — the danger that lies in wait for any marathon runner. From that moment begins Continue reading
LOAD WHEN PERFORMING PHYSICAL EXERCISES is the magnitude of the impact of physical barriers. exercises on the body. If certain conditions are met, the load leads to an increase in functional capacity of the organism, the development of the physical. abilities. This is used in the practice of the physical. education. Re-applying the load, gradually increasing and alternating them with the necessary rest, seek perfection of body, ensure the development of needed physical. qualities.
The load has two different sides: the volume and intensity. Under the
amount of stress her understand the total amount. (for this lesson, week, month, etc.) measured in the time, distance (yardage and mileage), weight, and quantity. accomplished physical. exercises, etc. specific indicators. The intensity of the load means the degree of tension of the efforts involved, the degree of “concentration” load-in time. A measure of intensity can be: the speed of the movements, the power of operation, the magnitude Continue reading
As follows from the preceding data, the condition of disadaptation of patients with neurocirculatory dystonia is of great importance in the progression of the disease, being often the cause of acute disease. Any manifestation of disadaptation aggravates the clinical picture of the disease, as if “shaking” state compensation, temporary stabilization, is directly related to the cause of temporary disability. In this part of the Chapter we will focus on improving adaptation to physical stress and
changes in body position, to hypoxic conditions and meteorological factors, briefly touch Continue reading