The term "shaping" comes from the English word shape, which means form. Accordingly, the shaping – a special set of exercises that promotes excellent correction and long-term maintenance result achieved. Dr. Mark Hyman does not necessarily agree. In the main contingent for which you created the system of "shaping" – Women from 30 to 50 years. This type of physical activity involves a huge number of different exercises for each muscle group. This makes it possible to achieve a good result on the problem areas of the body. The main difference from other types of shaping physical activity is that it seeks to deliver aimed work, ie gives a narrow effect. For example, you're happy with your figure, but on the tummy is a bit superfluous, if not need to grieve on the treadmill or lifting weights, you simply need to do exercises for the abdominals. So if you want adjust its shape before the beach season or major holiday, then shaping – is the perfect option for you. However, if your goal – to lose weight, or you have problem areas three or more, then better to choose another kind of physical activity. For example, aerobics, dancing, swimming, running or training in the gym.
* Phenylalanine – involved in the synthesis of collagen. Also involved in the synthesis norepinerfina – a substance that transmits signals from nerve cells to brain. * Lysine – promotes the production of carnitine, the temperature thus improving oxygen consumption. * Methionine – is involved in tissue regeneration of the kidneys and liver. * Threonine – constituting an element of collagen, participates in cleaning process of the liver. * Tryptophan – takes part in the production of serotonin, controls sleep, appetite, pain thresholds, fatigue, etc. Poluzamenimye * Arginine – is involved in the detoxification of the liver, is essential for growth muscles.
* Histidine – influences the synthesis of red and white blood cells, promotes muscle growth. * Tyrosine – resists fatigue and stress, is involved in the synthesis of thyroid hormones. * Cystine – removes inflammation and is involved in the synthesis of collagen. Interchangeable * Alanine – regulates blood sugar levels in stressful situations can be extracted from the body muscles. * Asparagine – participates in the immune system.
* Glutamine – Used by the body as a fuel, especially during prolonged stress, enhances memory and attention. * Glycine – takes part in the production of amino acids, creatine. Glycine deficit manifests itself in the doldrums forces. * Proline – forms a connective tissue and can be used as fuel for long loads. * Serene – is necessary for the functioning of the nervous system and cellular energy production. * Citrulline – participates in expansion and the derivation of ammonia, as a secondary product of protein metabolism. * Taurine – regulates the nervous system. * Cysteine – is involved in hair growth, and detoxification. * Ornithine – activates processes metabolism and contributes to the disintegration of adipose tissue. Form release of amino acids Amino acids come in different forms: as a pill, powder, capsules with powder, capsules containing a solution or simply in the form of liquid amino acids. Liquid amino acid powder is preferable, so as better and more quickly absorbed by the body. However, liquid amino acids, more expensive powder (tablet) and more demanding of storage conditions. Inland content of the most common amino acid complexes – which contain the full range of essential and nonessential amino acids. These complexes there is a huge set, and what fits best for your body can be determined by trial and error. Also worth noting bcaa – amino acids containing amino acids in free form – isoleucine, leucine and valine. These amino acids are best consumed immediately after exercise, when the need is greatest. Also available, and individual amino acids, such as glutamine, which are used for specific tasks How to take amino acids? In order to best results and complete digestion accept amino acids necessary for 20-30 minutes before meals, or within half an hour after eating. In addition, the amino acids should be taken 20-30 minutes after a workout, and just before bedtime and the morning after sleep, before breakfast. It is worth noting that most would benefit from the use of bcaa – Amino Acids immediately after exercise, at a time when the body is opened so-called 'window of Protein. " During this period, the organism actively restored and most intensively delivers amino acids in the injured muscle after exercise.
High level Insulin shifts the balance towards the predominance of synthesis, low – in the direction of disintegration. Consequently, a necessary (but not sufficient) condition for achieving a positive balance of protein structures in the muscle is elevated insulin. Often athletes will continue to engage in the same patterns in six months – a year find themselves on a training plateau. Muscle growth virtually ceases. In my opinion, the reason for this lies in the adaptation cell receptors of muscle cells to a new (higher) levels of insulin. As a result, equalized the balance of synthesis and decomposition of protein structures of muscle cells, and achieve a positive balance becomes increasingly difficult.
I There are several examples where, after long breaks in employment athletes to quickly restore the shape and continued to progress rapidly in bulk and work balance. An important role is played by the fact that during break, as a rule, significantly reduced calorie diet. The body during this time manages to adapt to the low level of insulin. With the resumption of exercise increase in insulin levels caused by increased caloric intake, it turns out to muscle receptors is much higher than the level to which they could adapt. Insulin is beginning to show its anabolic properties, shifting the balance of synthesis and decomposition of protein structures of muscle cells in the direction of synthesis. Adaptation or I see two ways to avoid adaptation of muscle cells to high levels of insulin. First – to continuously improve the quantity and calorific value food intake, causing an even greater increase in its level.
The University of Zaragoza has designed the first herramienta-cuestionario that allows a more specific diagnosis of the burnout syndrome. Test the difference up to three profiles: frenetic, without challenges and worn. The University of Zaragoza has designed the first herramienta-cuestionario that allows a more specific burnout or professional Burnout Syndrome diagnosis to differentiate up to three different profiles: frenetic, without challenges and worn. This new definition of the burnout syndrome, conducted by the research group multidisciplinary Mental Health in primary care from the Department of Psychiatry of the University of Zaragoza, formed by experts in psychology and Psychiatry, help develop therapeutic strategies more adjusted to the characteristics of each case. The burnout burnout syndrome is one of the most important damage associated with work-related stress, a term Anglo-Saxon whose most common translation is blown, worn out, exhausted and without enthusiasm to the job. Their prevalence rates ranging between 10% and 50% of workers, depending on the profession, and detected greater involvement in occupations of welfare type or services, such as health or education. The new model proposed through the clinical subtypes of Burnout (BCSQ-36) questionnaire assesses the degree of involvement or dedication to the work tasks and allows you to differentiate between three different affected profiles.
Excessive involvement the frenetic type works increasingly hard until exhaustion, looking for success at the height of the tension caused by his efforts, and is characterized by an excessive involvement, big ambitions and by the feeling of abandonment of personal life and health at work. It is related to the time spent on the work tasks and typically include subjects with split sessions, moonlighting or temporary contracts, situations that force them to become involved much more to keep the job. Without challenges make up the type without challenges workers who are insufficiently challenge, in the face of little stimulating working conditions and are characterized by their indifference, boredom and lack of personal development in the workplace. It is usually subjects who develop monotonous or repetitive tasks and affects most men, since the social expectations in the workplace are greater among males. Lack of control the type worn, linked at the time who has been working in the same company, is formed by subjects who surrender against the stress or the absence of gratification and are characterized by feelings of lack of control over the results of their work and lack of recognition of own efforts, as well as abandonment or neglect of its responsibilities.
However, the study also shows that people with family, or living in a pleasant family environment or with intermediate levels of formation, present some front protection the development of this profile. A cost of 20 billion European Agency for health and safety at work estimates that around 55 per cent of the labour casualties produced in the European Union are related to work-related stress and its annual economic cost amounts to about 20,000 million euros. The burnout has very negative consequences for the subject, causing psychosomatic as cardiorespiratory alterations, migraines, gastritis, ulcers, insomnia, dizziness or disorders such as anxiety, obsesion-compulsion, interpersonal sensitivity, depression, hostility, ideation psychopathological paranoid, alcoholism and addictions.