I once wrote an article “You’re so small and skinny? Interested in the question how to gain weight? “now, I want to complement the article” How to build muscle ?”.
In total, after reviewing these articles, you will be able to make your body athletic and beautiful.
But as already mentioned, the goal should be the desire and motivation .
No desire – no success! Remember it once and for all! So you have decided to tighten their shape and give your body a muscle mass.
How to build muscle? Continue reading
Regular consumption of milk can save you from many diseases, improve your health, restore memory, to increase the duration of your life. Milk is a valuable product of animal origin, it is considered not to drink and food with nutritional and medicinal properties.
The most popular form of milk that is used for food, is considered to be cow’s milk, although goat’s milk has benefits and features.
Milk is one of the first products that people began to eat immediately
after the domestication of animals. It should be noted that cows and goats are not the only animals that give this product. Worldwide consume the milk of donkeys, camels, zebras, sheep, etc.
From milk produced of different products, which contain many useful substances for the organism. There is a special milk diet, which has as its main task to promote the improvement of the human body and its weight loss. Continue reading
There are two types of adaptation — term and long-term.
Short-term adaptation represents the complex reactions that occur in direct response to the action of the stimulus. It is implemented on the basis of mechanisms, the new programs thus formed. The main distinguishing features of urgent adaptation is on the one hand – substantial consumption of resources and the relatively low efficiency of
the reaction. In other words, short-term adaptation is imperfect. Example, running an untrained person. When this occurs close to the limit activation of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems, the maximum mobilization of glycogen in the liver. Rapid accumulation of lactic acid in the blood limits the intensity of physical activity musculoskeletal reaction can be neither fast enough nor long enough. Continue reading