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Exploring basic gymnastic skills and agilities

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POSTURA CORRECTA PARA CORRER

Correr no es solo cuestión de actitud, sino también de buena postura. Los siguientes consejos nos pueden ayudar a mejorar el rendimiento y a no cometer errores que nos causen lesiones o dolencias cuando practicamos lo que más nos gusta.
Muchas veces se empieza a correr de manera natural, sin conocer previamente que la forma en que se colocan los pies y el eje del cuerpo ayudarán no solo a mantener el equilibrio y a proteger las articulaciones sino además a lograr mejores resultados.

http://elmotivadoresp.blogspot.com.es/2014/07/postura-correcta-para-correr.html?m=1


A warm-up is essential before any exercise


6 BASIC STEPS TO GET STARTED EXERCISING

Exercise is an important part of any health plan and an excellent way of keeping your immune system in shape as well. While most people know that staying active is essential if you want to live a healthy life, starting an exercise routine can be daunting for anyone who’s never done it and doesn’t know what to expect.

With that in mind, here’s a six-step plan that can help anyone start exercising, even if you never have before.

1. Realize the importance of physical exercise.

The first step is realizing just how important it is to get regular exercise. Regular exercise is vital to a healthy immune system. You must make regular exercise a top priority, especially as the seasons change and you’re increasingly indoors, where germs are spread easily. Think of small ways to get more exercise into your daily routine. Even small choices, like taking the stairs instead of the elevator, can make a big difference.

2. Consult your physician.

If you aren’t currently on a regular exercise program, get medical clearance if you have health problems or if you’re over 40 years of age. See a physician if you have heart disease or high blood pressure. Also consult your doctor if, when exercising, you experience extreme breathlessness, pain or pressure in the chest, arm, teeth, jaw, or neck, or dizziness, fainting, or abnormal heart action (palpitations or irregular heartbeat).

3. Select an activity you can enjoy.

Next, select an activity that you enjoy — such as bicycling, swimming, or racket sports. Make a commitment to do it daily for at least 20 minutes, preferably an hour. Make enjoyment your goal. Move your body enough to elevate your heart rate above its resting rate.

4. Monitor exercise intensity.

Exercise intensity is determined by measuring your heart rate (the number of times your heart beats per minute). While exercising, place the index and middle finger of one hand on the side of the neck just below the angle of the jaw or on the opposite wrist. Beginning with zero, count the number of heartbeats for six seconds. Simply add a zero to this number, and that’s your pulse.

For example, if you counted 14 beats, your heart rate would be 140. Would this be a good number? It depends upon your “training zone.” Your maximum training heart rate can be found simply by subtracting your age from 185. For example, if you are 40 years old your maximum heart rate would be 145. Your minimum training heart rate would be 20 less. In the case of a 40-year-old this would be 125.

So your training zone would be a heartbeat between 125 and 145 beats per minute. Having a heart rate of 140, then, would be pretty good — you’re working out at the upper end of your training zone. For maximum health benefits, stay in this range and never exceed it.

5. Do it often.

Exercise should be performed on a regular basis. A minimum of 15 to 20 minutes of exercising at your training heart rate at least three times a week is a necessity. Brisk walking (five miles an hour) for approximately 30 minutes may be the best form of exercise for weight loss, and the risks are extremely low.

6. Stay motivated.

Fire up your motivation by setting exercise goals, varying your routine, and keeping a record of your activities and progress. If at some point your enthusiasm wanes, skip one or two workouts. You’ll come back later with an even stronger commitment.


Material autoconstruido. Cómo hacer un disco volador o frisbee

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Deporte Adaptado y Escuela Inclusiva

See on Scoop.itEducación Física en El Carmen

Maestros de Educación Física de centros de Valladolid, impartieron el curso pasado las jornadas de “Tiempos Paralímpicos, Paralimpic School Day”, participaron en el curso DEPORTE ADAPTADO Y ESCUELA INCLUSIVA, organizado conjuntamente por el CFIE de Valladolid, la Federación Polideportiva de Discapacitados de Castilla León y la Universidad de Valladolid.

Carmelo Gil Gutiérrez‘s insight:

En el repositorio digital del CFIE puedes ver y descargarte la documentación y materiales del curso.

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¿Y si nos movemos?

Siete minutos de oro para poner a tono tu cuerpo

La falta de tiempo ya no es excusa. Te proponemos 12 ejercicios infalibles para recuperar tu tono muscular tras el verano.

Ni fórmulas milagrosas, ni pócimas secretas. En sólo siete minutos, puedes mejorar tu condición física realizando una rutina diaria compuesta por 12 ejercicios básicos. Se trata de un entrenamiento sencillo y muy efectivo para el que sólo necesitas una silla, una pared y el peso de tu propio cuerpo, según publicaron recientemente investigadores de la Facultad de Medicina Deportiva y Fitness de Estados Unidos. En casa, en el parque… El escenario lo eliges tú.

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http://nosmovemos.elmundo.es/video/post/siete-minutos-de-oro-para-poner-a-tono-tu-cuerpo/