Eight Best Ways of Walking

Time:2013-05-20 02:33:31

First, stride forward. Muscles of the whole body participate in a large amount of exercise, the amount of blood circulation is also increased. 2. Let's go at 10:10. The cervical spine can be effectively exercised by walking 200 steps every day. 3. Breathing rhythmically. Circulating back and forth increases the chances of exchange of red blood cells and carbon dioxide between oxygen and our alveoli, and promotes full-body oxygenation. Fourth, walk in a twist. The flexibility of the lumbar and cervical joints of the elderly is poor. Twisting is a benign visceral massage. Walking around and twisting every day has a very good effect on preventing obstruction of the two stools. 5. Walk with your legs up. The strength of hip and psoas muscles in the elderly is very important. They bend their thighs and raise their knees. They should take 100 steps every day. Sixth, go seriously. It can improve the regulation ability of nervous system and effectively weaken the high incidence of cerebellar atrophy. Seventh, "bullet" to go. There are several kinds of gains in bouncing, the first is toe, arch, wrist exercise, at the same time, the effect of home weight loss is very good, improve people's movement posture is also good. 8. Walk backwards. It can strengthen the waist and leg muscles, enhance balance, and consume more oxygen than the forward. The above is about the benefits of walking vigorously in eight postures to the human body. The first one is described in detail below. One of the strokes: the stride pace plays a very important role in aerobic walking. Stride is to change the usual walking habits and give the body a new incentive to move forward. Let our bodies get new exercise in the new dynamic environment. Specific walking method: to take a big step, the key is to determine the pace. Because each person's specific situation is different, the stride is not a fixed value. The increase of pace is related to the effect of exercise, and the increase of pace should be a gradual process. Generally speaking, the stride is about ten centimeters larger than the usual stride. After confirming the stride length, we should also pay attention to the key movements. Firstly, when striding the leg, we should stretch forward appropriately, the front foot heel touches the ground, roll to the front foot, and strengthen the pedal force of the back leg. Secondly, we should pay attention to the swing of the arms, "if you want to stride, swing up both arms", the arm swing force mode is very important in the aerobic exercise process. In the course of striding, we must pay attention to the rhythm of walking. Rhythmic "aerobic walking" stimulates the body very obviously and accurately. The "traces" left in the human body are large. Rhythmic strides play an important role in the human heart, respiratory system, blood flow rate, energy consumption and nervous system command.