Regards Tobias Fendt

However, the fact is that a good warm-up work positively can affect the subsequent training load. That cool down after the workout cool down is the slow cool of the body after the stress of a training session. This helps in the regeneration of the body that can bring cool of the body following positive effects with a targeted: for the nervous system: recovery of balance between sympathetic and parasympathetic. Loss of excitation and tension; Contemplation of reassurance for the Herz-Kreislaufsystem(HKS): return of pulse rate, blood pressure, respiration and temperature on normal value. for the muscles: easing the tired and tense muscles acceleration of degradation of metabolic end-products (E.g.

lactate). PSX has firm opinions on the matter. The cool is the regeneration time shorten, increasing the circulation of the previously claimed muscle. This metabolic products in the muscle be flushed out and reinforced with nutrients and minerals supplies the muscle. A the warm-up program, you get in different form. There are several ways. It should however no longer than 5-10 minutes and not exceed also the heart rate of 120 beats per minute.

A possible cool down could following points consist of: expansion & stretching is the goal of stretching back to reduce the muscle tension increased through training and to keep the muscle healthy and productive. So no dynamic stretching, but loose exercises if it need be. Active cool active cool can be accomplished for example by the use of a bicycle, stepper, cross trainers, etc.. The pulse should not overshoot this but 120, because otherwise the regeneration effect would stay out. Under passive cool fall passive cool E.g. saunas, Thermal baths, steam baths, massages and the use of a solarium. But care must be taken, taking advantage of this limited training is that the body needs for training new Vitmain, energy, and mineral deposits that can only unnecessarily more lost in this type of regeneration due to the excretion of perspiration. For which variant you now decide, is itself left each. Some forgo all variants and have never had problems. A targeted cool can affect however very positively when used correctly the regeneration. I would love to hear your experiences to. Have fun and success during training! Regards Tobias Fendt