Have you ever wondered why bodybuilders often have low stamina, and Olympic marathoners can not boast of their muscular muscles? Why are the most graceful figures possessed by yoga masters, and the undisputed champion in the art of owning his body in the world of cinema is still the ageless Jackie Chan?
In this article we will consider 8 static exercises for weight loss of the legs, hips and riding breeches. They will contribute to weight loss and development of the muscles of the lower extremities.
As you know, almost all physical training can be conditionally classified into:
Aerobic, in which the value is given to the heart rate, for example, an exercise bike, aerobics, running, jogging, skipping rope. Exercises for stretching - all kinds of yoga asanas, twine, stretch marks in the sitting position on the floor, twisting.
Dynamic. Dynamics is movement, that is, all the exercises for repeating the same motion a certain number of times; for example, take the usual sit-ups).
Static - it's training, in which the muscles work without moving parts of the body, and we'll talk about them.
At once we will notice that for achievement of high-grade affect the majority of instructors advise to approach to trainings in a complex. You are invited to perform a so-called "circle". Its essence is a sequential static study of all the muscles of the buttocks and thighs by alternating various exercises with a minimum break (1-2 seconds) and the maximum duration of delays in each position. The latter depends on the degree of your preparedness, maybe from 5-10 seconds to a minute or more.
#1. Mountain Climer
#2. Wall Sit
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#3. Tricep Push-Ups
#4. Booty Bridge
#5. Legs Up The Wall
#8. Goblet Squat
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