Physical Exercises SVG are elementary movements, composed of them, motor actions and their complexes, systematized for the purpose of physical development.
Physical Exercises SVG were formed on the basis of movements and actions borrowed from labor, domestic and military activities of a person (running, walking, jumping, throwing, lifting weights, swimming, etc.) and took the form of organizational and methodical gymnastics, track and field athletics, mobile and sports games, sports tourism, etc. Different combinations and exercise systems constitute the content of sports and are part of the physical education programmes in different educational institutions.
Exercise SVG General information
For each exercise, muscles are defined as active or static. Muscles that contract and move a certain body structure are considered active (or essential). Static are those that either help reduce or, once started, make the primary or secondary structure stable, which contributes to the movement.
There are many different ways of doing this or that exercise – there are always many different ways for any of them to change the stimulating muscle (by changing the grip, the position of the feet, changing the speed of movement, etc.).
The choice of special exercises, their intensity (weight applied when they are used), volume (number of approaches and repetitions), duration and frequency (number of sessions per week) are determined by individual abilities and goals of the person. The best and most effective way to determine this is to seek advice from a fitness specialist (general wellness, strength training) and to obtain an individual program and recommendations that take into account individual needs and abilities.
Types of Exercise SVG
Strength exercises – such as lifting the barbell, pulling it up – are aimed at increasing muscle mass and increasing muscle strength
Cardio exercises, such as jumping and swimming, are good for the heart, improving endurance and reducing body weight.
Muscle stretching exercises – aimed at improving body flexibility.
Types of training
Aerobic training – training with a relatively high number of repetitions, movements aimed at improving endurance.
Anaerobic training – a training session with a relatively high load, aimed at developing strength and speed.
Interval training is a training session with a relatively high number of repetitions, which combines a relatively low level of intensity with a short time and a relatively high intensity of blasting within the previously planned intervals.