CrossFit is a traversal training programme that aims to strengthen all physical components, such as strength, resistance, cardiorespiratory ability and balance, through the use of different types of exercises, both aerobic and anaerobic.
Here you can find out about the fundamental concepts of diets related to competing in sporting events.
Medicine recognises, without a shadow of doubt, that physical activity carries
out an important role in guaranteeing good health. However, people often do not
have enough time to dedicate to themselves and this prevents them from organising
a ‘stable’ physical activity programme. In this section, benessere.com offers
you a path to follow which involves:
- providing you with the cultural basics about sporting physiology and giving you some answers to classic, recent and current questions;
- creating an incentive to choose and decide on an interesting, suitable and gratifying physical sporting activity - physical activity does not just mean performing well, it is simply a life style choice;
- providing you with practical suggestions for improving your physical shape in the sections RUNNING, EXERCISE and SPORT;
- underling the value of loyalty in sporting competitions and the link between health and sport with regards to the heated issue of doping.
The marathon, the most well known resistance race, was a part of the first, modern Olympic Games held in Athens in 1896. It was included in the games so as to commemorate the legendary, athletic achievement by the soldier Pheidippides (also written Philippides) who ran 40km to report the victory against the Persian army at Marathon to the Athenians, only to die on arrival due to exhaustion.
High Intensity Interval Training is an acronym for High Intensity Interval Training, a training method which is a form of Interval Training that involves alternating between short yet intense periods of activity and equally as short rest periods in which gentle exercise is done.