Types of workout diagnostic protocols

In this blog post, you will read about the types of workout diagnostic protocols.

Assess your fitness You probably have an idea of ​​how fit you are. But assessing and recording basic fitness results can give you benchmarks against which to measure your progress.

To assess your aerobic and muscular fitness, flexibility, and body composition, consider recording:

– Your heart rate before and immediately after walking 1 mile (1.6 kilometers).

– How long does it take to walk 1 mile, or how long does it take to run 2, 41 km (1.5 miles).

– How many standard or modified push-ups you can do at one time.

– Measure how far you can stretch your arm forward sitting on the floor with your feet in front of you.

– Your waist circumference, just above your hips.

– Your body mass index.

Types of workout diagnostic protocols
Types of workout diagnostic protocols.
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Vitamins and minerals

Vitamins and minerals (when not consumed in the form of food) are classified by the Federation of Medicines (FDA) as dietary supplements. Amino acids, herbs, as well as substances such as enzymes and metabolites, are also classified as dietary supplements.

Many athletes believe that they do not get enough vitamins and minerals in their diet and wonder if they should take some kind of supplement and supplement in their diet. While other athletes are constantly looking for the latest diet or supplement that will give them a competitive advantage.

The reality is that wise food and drink choices are key to maximum performance. As they contribute to the vitality and regeneration of damaged tissues. Therefore, it is important to have a good knowledge and understanding of foods that provide essential nutrients. Which will help athletes realize their greatest potential.

Vitamins and minerals for athletes

Athletes have an increased need for energy. Which they meet by eating a variety of foods and choosing balanced nutrients from foods, which will allow them to improve overall performance and achieve better sports results. Most sports medical experts agree that if an individual is deficient in nutrients, supplementation cannot improve sports performance. Athletes who consume dietary supplements (DRAs) and do not exceed the dietary reference values ​​(DRIs) are not doing anything wrong.

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Dietary supplements for better sports performance

In this blog post, you can read about dietary supplements for better sports performance.

Dietary supplements can be divided into three groups:

  1. specialized sports food that satisfies specific sports nutrition,
  2. vitamin and mineral supplements,
  3. Nutritional ergogenic ingredients that accelerate the benefits of sports performance and recovery.

Specialized sports drinks, gels, liquids, and foods that meet the specific needs of sports nutrition are needed by every athlete to improve the effects of their training. It is up to the athlete to adhere to the prescribed substances in order not to fall under doping control.

Vitamin and mineral supplementation. Due to excessive loads of training, the body’s requirements for vitamins and minerals are increased. If the athlete eats a variety of foods and ingests a sufficient amount of necessary ingredients, he does not need additional supplementation, except in specially designed nutritional diets.

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Lateral center of gravity

In this blog post, you will learn about the lateral center of gravity.

By tilting the upper part of the body to the side, we enable the movement of the body that does not move it plays more in the hips, but in the part between the thoracic and lumbar spine. It’s the pelvic ring fixed on that occasion. During the removal of the cranial part from the balance, there is a contraction of lateral flexors of the lumbar spine.

Lateral center of gravity
Lateral center of gravity.
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Bent backward center of gravity

In this blog post, you will learn about the bent backward center of gravity.

Leaning the human body forward and the effect of gravity. When tilting the upper body backward, the force G descends from the point TT (center of gravity of the body), towards the ground towards the back parts of the feet. The force TG decomposes into a radial component (R) and tangential component (T). The angle between G and (the radial component of gravity) is the angle of inclination (angle α).

The bent backward center of gravity.
The bent backward center of gravity.
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Bent forward center of gravity

In this blog post, you will learn about the bent forward center of gravity in sports.

The figure shows the surface of the footrest on the ground with the feet that are placed parallel to the feet in a position of divergence. If we observe the position of the feet of a man and a small child we notice the advantages of the position of the feet with a larger one divergence, as in a young child. Because in this way, although the surface of the foot is smaller, the equilibrium position is more stable due to the projection of the surface on the substrate. And from the rainbow, the sides and the height of the center of gravity of the body are set lower.

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Bent forward center of gravity
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Balance of load

In this blog post, you will learn about the balance of load.

In principle, the body with the load is a unique system. With a single system, it is always necessary to determine the center of gravity that is common to both the body and the burden of the body load. When we talk about establishing balance, then the condition according to which must be fulfilled the common center of gravity is maintained vertically above any point on the support surface.

the balance of load.
Balance of load.
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The basic theory of gravity in motion

In this blog post, you will learn about the basic theory of gravity in motion.

The part marked by direction and size is shown graphically in terms of spatial representation which denotes power represents a vector. Vectors with direction and direction marks are shown actions. Those lengths with the display of the point of attack of action define more closely the concept of vector.

If the lengths of the vectors, ie the vector-represented forces, are the same, then they are vectors that are, the forces they represent are the same. If we want to show the actions of several forces that act on one body, then we get a representation of the system of forces. We distinguish three systems of forces: parallel, competitive, and linear force systems.

The basic theory of gravity in motion
The basic theory of gravity in motion.
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Reflective impulse reactive transmission

In this blog post, you will read about the reflective impulse reactive transmission and jumping.

RUNNING AND JUMPING

The run is the first section for all jumps. And the quality of the jump depends on its speed and safety on the reflective board and bounce. Optimal speed should be reached two to three steps before landing the board where the braking occurs. In this phase of optimal speed, the length and rhythm change normally step, body tilt and it is very important to maintain the safety of the acquired speed of holding the body. Movement of arms and legs and land precisely in a certain place on the board.

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Reflective impulse reactive transmission
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Coach assistance in gymnastics

In this post, you will read about coach assistance in gymnastics, so that there are no injuries and that the exercises are properly handled.

DYNAMIC STABILITY OF MOVEMENT
In the adoption of poker, the elastic activity of the CNS solves the tasks of the locomotor apparatus and coordination tasks, which leads to dynamic stability when performing movements. To come to the dynamic stability of the movement, to the adoption of a new movement habit-quality in its regulation from a biomechanical point of view, the CNS must achieve three degrees one after the other.

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Coach assistance in gymnastics
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