15 λόγοι για να ξεκινήσεις το τρέξιμο… σήμερα!

Αρχικά, πριν αναφερθεί ο όρος αερόβιος μηχανισμός να τονιστεί ότι καμία μορφή άσκησης δεν μπορεί να χαρακτηριστεί καθαρά ως αερόβια ή ως αναερόβια. Αυτό που διαφοροποιείται μεταξύ της ενεργοποίησης του αερόβιου και του αναερόβιου μηχανισμού παραγωγής ενέργειας είναι το ποσοστό ενεργοποίησης του κάθε μηχανισμού ανάλογα με το είδος και την προπονητική επιβάρυνση της ανάλογης άσκησης.

Γράφει ο Περικλής Κάβουρας, Γυμναστής. Κομοτηνή

Η αερόβια μορφή προπόνησης συγκεκριμένα το τρέξιμο, είναι μια μορφή προπόνησης που προσφέρει έναν μεγάλο αριθμό πλεονεκτημάτων τόσο στην υγεία όσο και στην φυσική κατάσταση του ατόμου. Μερικά από τα οφέλη της θα αναφερθούν στο παρών άρθρο.

Περικλής Κάβουρας, Γυμναστής. Κομοτηνή

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