Isolate exercises – good or bad?

Welcome everybody after the break. Today I would like to have a closer look at isolate exercises and their general efficiency and effect on our bodies. First of all from a physiology point of view Its known for a long time that more effective and friendly for our bodies are so-called global exercises that train […]

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Pole Dance at Olympics

In December the 12th 2017 my hometown Lublin, Poland held World Championship in Acrobatics and Pole Dance. The Event was spectacular not only because it took place in Poland but mainly because of a high level of performance of all contestants and amazing atmosphere at the hall. The contestants compete in six categories: Aerial Silks, […]

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Ashwagandha in sport

Today I’ll show you one of the ancient medicinal herbs Ashwagandha and explain why it is beneficial for physically active people. What is Ashwagandha? It’s botanical name is Withania somnifera it’s cultivated in dry regions of India ”Indian ginseng” and also found in Nepal, China, and Yemen, It has been used for over 3,000 years […]

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Reps – quick or slow?

The training focused on building muscle mass must be orientated on maximum engaging our muscles as well as in the ascending and descending movement. We can achieve this effect by speeding lifting phase and slowing down descending phase. Muscles are life parts of our body and very lively react on any type of stimulation and […]

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