Preparing for sorevnovanijam


Good day,

the fact that I decided to thoroughly prepare for the next competitions. So, I have three weeks time, perseverance and desire.

Please tell me exercises below my flaws:

1) my Legs during the battle become stone – neither pull nor to work just fine, although the Shuttle is already on the machine. That is, before the fight is fine, but during the battle, the second or third round legs become Continue reading

Food. Training to compete – Anna Sinelnikova

Competitions. In 100% of cases is the culmination of a proces that combines nutrition, training and recovery. Can’t contribute any of the three components as the most important, because each of them plays a role, which most closely approximates to the coveted day of entering the competition scene.

Today a little about nutrition! Very often hear of compasion on the part of “unprecedented” about the fact that you’re “drying”. Most often it is: «it’s horrible, you’re nothing but chicken and eggs cannot, even chocolate (candy, etc.)…»
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School of Encinitas exposes children to practice yoga

Pacific Institute of justice has filed a lawsuit against the school district management, the California Encinitas. According to the initiators of the lawsuit, representatives of the education system forced children to participate in yoga clases.

“These clases are funded by an external organization and teach astanskiy type of yoga that teaches the system of eight goals, leading to onenes with God”, – according to a pres release provided by the wording “Slavic Sacramento”.

Brad Dacus, President of the Institute of justice

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