Method to keep body on high energy level

Get up early. Go run your mile or two in accelerating pace. Take shorter intervals if it is hard to accelerate for long distance or exercise. If you experience muscle pain during acceleration or after consider about Magnesium supplements. Common symptoms of Magnesium deficiency include food cravings (salt or carbs), constipation, high blood pressure, rapid heartbeat or palpitations, muscle pains and…

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Kad trenēties un kad uzņemt ogļhidrātus

Nelietoju uzturā pārtiku ar augstu ogļhidrātu saturu un jebkādus pusfabrikātus, kas satur cukuru. Tas man palīdz trenēties aerobajā zonā, tas ir piespiest organismam lielāko enerģijas daļu ražot oksidācijas ceļā. Kolīdz esmu lietojis kaut ko saldu, tā puls pat pie zemas slodzes aiziet pāri 180 sitieniem minūtēm un sākas pārmērīga svīšana > 1 kg/30 min. Tāda ir mana fizioloģiskā īpatnība. Lielākajai…

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Dominance & Power – the fundamental concept of social scienceDominance un vara – fundamentāls sociālās zinātnes koncepts

Russel (as cited in Dunbar & Burgoon, 2005) describes, “the fundamental concept in social science is power, in the same way that energy is the fundamental concept in physics“. Power and dominance-submission are two key concepts in relationships, especially close relationships where individuals rely on one another to achieve their goals (Dunbar & Burgoon, 2005) and as such it is…

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Words of power

Ever noticed how some writers have an uncanny ability to toy with your emotions? Within the span of a few pages, you can go from shaking with excitement to bawling your eyes out to flying into a rage and throwing the book across the room. It’s the hallmark of great writing, proof of mastery of the craft, and the yardstick…

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Exercise physiology: FatigueSporta fizioloģija: nogurums

Exercise physiology is the study of the acute responses and chronic adaptations to a wide range of physical exercise conditions. In addition, many exercise physiologists study the effect of exercise on pathology, and the mechanisms by which exercise can reduce or reverse disease progression. Accreditation programs exist with professional bodies in most developed countries, ensuring the quality and consistency of…

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