Certain foods, nutritional supplements and regular exercise can keep your bones strong and slow or even prevent osteoporosis. The time to start is now, because the combination of age (bone demineralization usually begins in early middle-age), unhealthy diet and a “couch potato lifestyle” is a dangerous one for your bones. Inactivity hastens demineralization and weakening of bones. Exercise works for osteoporosis prevention (and treatment) because it places stress on bones which results in increased bone density and strength. This is particularly true for weight-bearing exercise which would be any activity that works bones and muscles against gravity (e.g., jogging, walking, stair climbing, weight lifting, etc.). However, always remember that any exercise is far better than nothing and even walking to the kitchen for a snack is better than no movement at all.
We all know that to build healthy bones and keep them strong most people need extra calcium. Some studies indicate that eight out of every ten American women don’t get an adequate amount. If you don’t think your diet is supplying enough, it’s important to take a calcium supplement. Note: there are now newer forms of calcium that are more efficiently absorbed and utilized, and large doses that were prescribed in the past no longer have to be taken.
Findings from Gettysburg Times
Finding maximum potential through the hips. .
Pelvic positioning plays a big roll in converting power through our posterior chain. ⚡️
Anterior tilt often results in poor carry over of performance through our posterior chain or back functional line and will generally also present as #lowerbackpain and #overactivepsoas#tighthipflexor 💥
Drill: Lay flat on your back in supine position, exhale and flatten entire back to floor, like a stamp press evenly and with lumber to cervical spine imprinted.
Practice lifting knees alternatively and #breathing evenly, all while maintaining spinal imprint to floor (posterior or neutral hip position) .
Practice these drills 3 or 4 times a day, esp if you are sitting often. .
Enjoy neural #painfree hip position and more efficiently through front and back functional lines. 🌱👣
I officially call 2019 the year of listening to my body & spending as many weekends as possible in nature 🌿✨ This time last year I was focusing SO much more on what my body looked like in a bikini, rather than actually just putting one on and LIVING.
I would make sure I had small dinners the night before a holiday with friends, smashed out an hour class somewhere in the morn and overthought every meal which can be SO isolating.
This year I want to continue focusing on just living an active lifestyle, moving my body in a way that compliments my surroundings, while enjoying the balance of not being in ✌🏼control✌🏼 Because the older I get, the more I realise how quick and fragile life can be, and I don’t want to waste a second of it! #ThisIsLiving#Candibod#SunsOutBunsOut
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Бицепс или двуглавая мышца плеча - это крупная, хорошо видимая мышца на передней поверхности плеча. Бицепс, согласно общему мнению, является формальным олицетворением мускулатуры человека, и традиционно оценка телосложения сводится к оценке величины бицепса. Многие бодибилдеры, особенно начинающие, акцентируют большую часть своего внимания именно на бицепсе. В связи с этим, создано бесчисленное количество статей, литературы, тренировочных программ, советов и рекомендаций посвященных тренировке бицепса.
The biceps or biceps arm is a large, well-visible muscle on the front surface of the shoulder. Biceps, according to general opinion, is a formal embodiment of the human musculature, and traditionally the evaluation of the physique is reduced to the evaluation of the size of the biceps. Many bodybuilders, especially beginners, accent most of their attention on the bicep. In this regard, countless articles, literature, training programs, tips and recommendations on biceps training have been created.