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Kegel exercises

Watch the video X Watch the video on youtube What are Kegel exercises? The so-called Kegel exercises are simple voluntary contractions of the pelvic floor muscles that support the uterus, urethra, bladder and rectum. These exercises owe their name to the American gynecologist A. Kegel, who conceived and promoted them after discovering the surprising utility

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Pull ups

The traction bar exercise represents the multi-joint exercise par excellence for the back. There are two main techniques with which this exercise can be performed: with a prone grip and a reverse or supine grip. Both exercises tighten the whole back, especially the large dorsal, shoulder, triceps (long head), adductors of the shoulder blades, trapezius, deep musculature of the back, in short, all the back
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Use of weightlifting exercises in athletic training

By Dr. Nicola Sacchi - Author of the book: Drugs and doping in sport - Several researches have now shown how the weightlifting exercises, ie tearing and momentum, are effective in improving the performance of fast and explosive strength. Already in distant times we have seen how weightlifting athletes get exciting results in jump, sprint and thrust tests
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Side stands: the correct technique of execution

The side lifts are a classic exercise for shoulder training. Contrary to what is thought the technique of performing this exercise is rather complex. To perform the various repetitions in the best way it is necessary to have a great mastery of the movement and a great muscular perception. As with crosses with handlebars, to perform this exercise correctly, you need to have a good level of strength in the forearms and grip of the handlebar
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Kegel exercises

Watch the video X Watch the video on youtube What are Kegel exercises? The so-called Kegel exercises are simple voluntary contractions of the pelvic floor muscles that support the uterus, urethra, bladder and rectum. These exercises owe their name to the American gynecologist A. Kegel, who conceived and promoted them after discovering the surprising utility
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Exercises for cervical pain

Watch the video X Watch the video on youtube Cervical pain or cervicalgia is a rather common disorder, which includes a multitude of different symptoms. See also: Drugs for the treatment of cervical pain - Cervical hernia - Remedies for Cervical Hernia - Remedies for cervical pain One of the most delicate and vulnerable points of the human body is the cervical tract
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Squat Record

To get an idea of ​​how amazing the world squat record can be, all readers who do not know this exercise are kindly invited to perform a small experiment: take a crate of water in your hands, crouch down, then stand up without helping you no way taking care to keep your back straight and supported by the lumbar. Th
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What is the Squat? Explained in Brevissimo

The squat is a motor exercise aimed at muscle conditioning of the lower limbs (especially thighs and buttocks). It is cataloged in the set of multi-articular, since it actively involves multiple joints (hip, knee, ankles); it is also grouped among the so-called "fundamental" for body-building (but not only)
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Natural Squat

The so-called "squat position", also known as "squatting", is a posture in which all the weight rests on the feet, while the knees are totally (squats full or deep) or partially (monkey squats or half or seeds or parallel) flexed. On the contrary, the sitting position provides for the body to rest on the buttocks, while the kneeling position exploits the surface of the shins
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Exercises for the development of force in water

By Dr. Andrea Bondanini Strength can also be developed in water. While on the one hand the exercises cannot reach very high intensities, on the other they are more specific exercises, since they use the gesture of competition, and thus develop precisely the muscles used in the swim. The main method is to create greater friction and resistance to the swimmer, or to put him in a position to exert more strength with each stroke or leg
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60 exercises to become better swimmers

By Dr. Andrea Bondanini Work with different materials and exercises with general objectives From the psychological, but also methodological point of view, it is very important that the coach does not always propose the same exercises in a repetitive manner, as if the athletes were machines; I also understand that obvious reasons for training make this difficult to implement precept, but every now and then the coach should propose, alongside the classic works of arms and legs, new, different exercises that stimulate the enthusiasm and desire of swimmers, and at the same time help to perfect some
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