Gymotion 2016 – STV Niederbuchsiten – Aerobic

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Gymotion 2016 – STV Niederbuchsiten – Aerobic

Die Gymotion 2016 ist bereits wieder Geschichte. Die über 400 Mitwirkenden begeisterten an den beiden Vorstellungen rund 12000 Zuschauer/-innen, welche es mit stehenden Ovationen dankten. Wir freuen uns jetzt schon auf die Ausgabe 2018.

Bilder: SRF
Musik: Christoph Walter Orchestra

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Gymotion – Music and Gymnastics Fascination

Die Gymotion Music and Gymnastics Fascination ist eine Symbiose aus Livemusik und Bewegung. Der Top of STV Event wird alle zwei Jahre im Hallenstadion durchgeführt. Ca. 400 Turnerinnen und Turner präsentieren Spitzenleistungen zu Livemusik, eingepackt in viel Show, Glamour und Entertainment.

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Benches

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Park benches are set as seating places within public parks, and vary in the number of people they can seat.
Garden benches are similar to public park benches, but are longer and offer more sitting places.
Picnic tables, or catering buffet tables have long benches as well as a table. These tables may have table legs which are collapsible, in order to expedite transport and storage.
Scenic benches are situated to provide a comfortable means of enjoying the contemplation of a beautiful landscape, a busy street scene, or perhaps a specific event.
Perch benches are usually situated in high traffic areas to enable people to take a quick break.
A storage bench is a combination of sitting space and a storage box, often used for keeping gardening supplies or grill equipment.
A form is a backless bench that was used for seating in dining rooms, school rooms and law courts.
Långa Soffan, a 240-foot (73 m) park bench in Oskarshamn, Sweden
Various types of benches are specifically designed for and/or named after specific uses, such as:
church pews inside places of worship are equipped with an additional kneeling bench.
a bench seat is a traditional seat installed in automobiles, featuring a continuous pad running the full width of the cabin.
a punishment bench is used to have a punishee lie (and often be tied) down on for the administration of a corporal punishment, after which it may be specifically named, e.g. caning bench
a bench (weight training) is used for fitness exercises, such as the bench press which is named after its use of a bench
a communion bench is not used as a seat
a piano bench offers usually one person seating and is height adjustable.
a spanking bench, such as a caning bench, is specifically designed for a spankee to lie upon, possibly strapped down, while submitting to paining of the posterior
swing seats are independently movable, suspended benches, used for play or as a relaxing porch swing.
a courting bench (or kissing bench, or tête-à-tête): a two-seater with the seats pointing in opposite directions, thus almost facing each other.
a friendship bench in a school playground is where a child can go when they want someone to talk to.
the bench in a courtroom, behind which the judge is seated.

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Types of Exercise Equipment

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Depending on the kind of exercise you want to do, there are many types of exercise equipment from which to choose. You no longer have to join a gym because many types of equipment can fit right in your own home. You can do aerobic exercise, weight lifting, or core strengthening. Just choose the right machine or video, and you can get quickly in shape.

Video / DVD – Videos and DVD's are good for aerobic workouts, boxing routines and core strengthening using yoga and pilates.

Treadmill – A treadmill is a good way to walk or run no matter what the weather is doing outside.

Stationary Bike – With a stationary bike, you can watch your favorite TV show while peddling away the pounds. Styles available include the upright and the incumbent positioning.

Elliptical – An elliptical machine combines stair climbing and walking into one workout.

Stair Climber – A stair climber is a great machine to use to strengthen your leg muscles and burn calories.

Glider – A glider allows you to work your arms, legs, and rear all at the same time.

Weight Lifting – Building muscle and toning through lifing weights is a great way to burn more calories.

Just pick the type of exercise you want to do and then find the right equipment to help you burn calories and get the shape you want. … Read More

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Weight Training – Build Muscle And Change The Shape Of Your Body

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There is a difference between losing weight and changing the way your body is shaped. Weight training is by far the best way to actually change the “shape” of your body.

If you want to lose weight and get in better shape you can go for a run a few times a week. You can burn fat by getting on a treadmill a few days each week.

Weight training however, (also known as resistance training), will do more to change the shape of your body than any amount of cardio exercise ever will. It causes you to increase muscle size which will make your shape more attractive and help burn fat faster by increasing your metabolic rate.

Personally speaking, I was shaped like a pear at 46 years old. That’s when I decided to take the challenge and dive into a workout program called the “Body For Life”. It changed my life. It changed the shape of my body and it changed my attitude about fitness forever.

There are many ingredients to the program mentioned above. You are instructed on how to eat right. How much fat intake you should have each day was stressed as was the total calories you should consume.

There was a high-intensity cardio regimen to follow on alternating days of the week. A very helpful diet plan is given and an eating schedule of 5 to 6 smaller meals a day to help increase your metabolism.

Just the things mentioned above would cause just about any weight challenged individual to lose weight and increase cardio health in just a few short weeks.

But the most important part of the program for me was the weight training. I was shaped like a pear. You know what I mean? I had narrow shoulders and wider hips and for a man that is not the ideal look. Resisistance (weight) training is the only thing that could change that for me and it did.

You see if you do nothing but aerobic exercise and diet, your results will not be the best. You will of course lose weight but your shape will not change. A treadmill could not change my shape. Eating less could not change my shape. I was shaped like a pear. If all I had done was aerobic exercise and diet I would have just become a smaller pear-shaped guy than I was before.

With weight training you not only build muscle but it increases your metabolism and helps you burn fat at a higher rate. But the greatest thing about the weights for me was that I was able to make my shoulders wider which made my waist look smaller.

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เต้นแอโรบิค Aerobic dance

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ท่าพื้นฐานที่ใช้กันบ่อย และใช้กันมาก สำหรับการลดน้ำหนักจะแนะนำให้ดำเนินการอย่างน้อย 3 ครั้งต่อสัปดาห์การหยุดพักระหว่างการออกกำลังกายควรจะอยู่ที่ประมาณ 1 วันเริ่มต้นการฝึกอบรมกับ 30-60 นาที
+ เพลงเอาจากหลายๆเพลงมารวมกันนะคะ เพลงส่วนหนึ่งมาจาก

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Aerobic, Anaerobic Or Just Exercise

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So we can be healthier and more energetic, we decide to get fit, eat right, work out … all of it. Then, just as we're getting started, trying to find out what to do, people throw out technical terms we do not understand. Words like aerobic and anaerobic confuse us and make us feel like we're not smart enough to be healthy. If I've just described you, this article will tell you what the words mean and why, in most cases, they do not matter.

What Is Aerobic Exercise? Aerobic means 'with air'. When a workout routine is aerobic, your body can replenish the needed oxygen (air) to the muscles being exercised. Aerobic exercise is good for heart, lungs, immunity, lower blood pressure, cellular health and helps prevent or control major diseases (like diabetes, cancer, atherosclerosis, asthma, emphysema, sciatica, constipation, etc).

Aerobic exercise is the easiest and the most beneficial. If you feel you need to choose between anaerobic and aerobic exercise, choose aerobic. It's as simple and inexpensive as taking a fast walk 3-5 days per week. Other types of aerobic workouts include swimming, jogging, stationary bike riding, rowing, aerobic dancing (jazzercise), and lifting light weights, quickly. In order to get the full aerobic value, the activity should be sustained for 30 minutes total. Imagine that … 2-3 hours per week could add as much as 15 healthy years to your life and make the other years much healthier and productive.

What Is Anaerobic Exercise? Anaerobic means the workout is so strenuous it uses oxygen faster than your body can replenish it. An anaerobic workout is any program that is very strenuous, lifting heavy weights, for example. Other anaerobic exercises include sprinting, climbing, long jump, push-ups, pull-ups, sit-ups, leg lifts, squat thrusts, etc. Anaerobic workouts build muscle and are needed so you can perform heavy jobs, like lifting things, running away from danger, take a steep hike, etc. It also helps with the symptoms of some diseases (like arthritis and osteoporosis). Some people use it to get that rugged, buff look, but I'm jealous of them.

Aerobic And Anaerobic Exercise Equipment: Aerobic equipment comes in all shapes, sizes and price ranges, the cheapest and easiest is a pair of walking or cross-training shoes for your aerobic walk. Some of the mid-range fitness equipment includes stationary bikes, treadmills, rowing machines, stair-steppers, etc. You can get really expensive, with electronically assisted equipment that simulates uphill climbs and monitors your blood pressure, heart rate, calories burned, along with charting your entire routine and uploading to computer. For me, I'll take the walks!

There are many types of anaerobic exercise equipment on the market at all price ranges. Some examples are dumb bells, free weights, home gyms, thigh and abdominal workout equipment. If you're on a really tight budget, you can buy bungee cords or medical tubing and make your own anaerobic exercise equipment. Frankly, you could use a stick attached to 2, 2-liter bottles of water for various weight lifting workouts.

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Aerobic Exercise for Individuals with Tetraplegia

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Follow along with this video guidance of seated aerobic exercises for people with tetraplegia.

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How to Start and Maintain a Weight Training Program

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You should begin your weight training program with both short and long-term goals. Identifying goals is an important means of maintaining interest and enthusiasm for weight training. A key point is to establish realistic short-term goals that can be reached in the first several weeks of training. Reaching these goals provides the motivation needed to continue training.

Developing an Individualized Exercise Prescription

The exercise prescription for strength training has three stages: the starter phase, the slow progression phase, and the maintenance phase.

Starter Phase

The primary objective of the starter phase is to build strength gradually without developing undue muscular soreness or injury. This can be accomplished by starting your weight training program slowly beginning with light weights, a high number of repetitions, and only 2 sets per exercise. The recommended frequency of training during this phase is twice per week. The duration of this phase varies from 1 to 3 weeks, depending on your initial strength fitness level. A sedentary person might spend 3 weeks in the starter phase, whereas a relatively well-trained person may only spend 1 to 2 weeks.

Slow Progression Phase

This phase may last 4 to 20 weeks depending on your initial strength level and your long-term strength goal. The transit ion from the starter phase to the slow progression phase involves three changes in the exercise prescription: increasing the frequency of training from 2 to 3 days per week; an increase in the amount of weight lifted and a decrease in the number of repetitions; and an increase in the number of sets performed from 2 to 3 sets.

The objective of the slow progression phase is to gradually increase muscular strength until you reach your desired level. After reaching your strength goal, your long-term objective becomes to maintain this level of strength by entering the maintenance phase of the strength training exercise prescription.

Maintenance Phase

After reaching your strength goals, the problem now becomes, how do I maintain this strength level? The bad news is that maintaining strength will require a lifelong weight training effort. Strength is lost if you do not continue to exercise. The good news is that the effort required to maintain muscular strength is less than the initial effort needed to gain strength. Research has shown that as little as one workout per week is required to maintain strength.… Read More