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Är du i behov av tips på hur du ska förhålla dig för att hitta ett hälsosamt liv som är livsbejakande, inte ett liv i brunsåsen lagom?
Quick-fix, universallösningar, 5-punktslistor och innovativa vägar till en snyggare kropp och en bättre hälsa får mer uppmärksamhet än långsiktigt hållbara hälsofrämjande alternativ.
Ett par som hette Adam och Eva ska ha ätit ett äpple i en lustgård, även om de inte fick för sin gud.
Det krävs mycket av oss människor för att ha god hälsa och den kropp vi önskar.
What do windsurfers do when there is no wind and no action at all?
Is there more to windsurfing than what we might have expected?
Why can't we just increase our core strength by doing stand-up paddleboarding or windsurf as
much as possible to stay fit?
From where we stand, it is merely a seven-hour drive to the Arctic Circle. In the horizon, you can
clearly spot snowy mountains that are perfect for skiing?
Are the cold and unpreditable weather conditions, practical and financial issues of windsurfing
affecting your will to sail?
What is the public image of windsurfers and windsurfing as a sport?
A new found passion for windsurfing can be totally-lifechanging. It will likely invigorate your
soul and increase happiness.
Windsurfers who feel healthy and fit just before the start of the season need to think about a
few things regarding their physical fitness during the on season.
When life feels like a large sail in a storm, and you are struggling on the water, windsurfing
may feel like Sisyphus' curse where you'll never reach your goal.
We have all seen the loving, beautiful, but sometimes irritated and angry wife on the beach who
looks after the children when her husband is having the time of his life sailing away in the
open blue ocean.
We have all heard it and used the word "lifestyle" to describe windsurfing. It is apparent in the
eyes of a newly-hooked sailor that there is something special in windsurfing. But is it a lifestyle
on its own?
Since Aristotle set up gymnasiums around 460 year BC we have looked for the quickest and
the best way to get stronger and fitter with the goal to perform better at sports.
In the beginning of a windsurfing season, many sailors realize that they have gained weight
and consider to lose a few pounds. To what diet should they turn to help them?
Lack of motivation or life circumstances can hinder even the most determined windsurfer to
get or stay health and fit for windsurfing.
Following a general fitness program may be the answer for sailors to get started on their path
to better physical fitness. But fitness is not necessarily the same as what is considered healthy
and improves your overall well being.
Are you ready to start windsurfing? Do you know anyone willing to experience windsurfing for
the first time? Make sure you backup your early technical lessons with a specific strength training
program for starters.
Chronic disease is the number one cause of death in the world. However it's possible to reduce
the risk of chronic diseases by 80% by eating well, avoiding tobacco use, maintaining a healthy
weight and being physically active.
This phenomenon is called Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS), and it is not entirely
understood. Research has claimed that DOMS is a result of structural damage and an inflammatory
reaction in the muscle and is caused by the lengthening (eccentric) contractions of the muscle.
According to a systematic review in the Journal of Athletic Training (2010), researchers claim
that the current discussion in scientific literature on the effect of balance training for improvements
in functional performance is more speculative than evidence-based.
This is especially valuable for windsurfers as they constantly manage sudden movements and
unexpected situations as well as occasional wipeouts that are natural parts of sailing.
Age-related loss of muscle mass, strength and functionality is natural part of the ageing process
and it's commonly called "sarcopenia".
Windsurfers who compete in wave and slalom disciplines have the highest risk of injury (up to 2.0 injuries/person/year),
whereas recreational sailors have an average of 1.2 injuries per year.
While windsurfing may result in a great sense of loss of time and space, just like meditation,
Beyer suggests the concept of "flow", a theory developed by Mihály Csikszentmihályi, back in the 1960s.
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