February 09, 2014
Blood flow is a function of resistance in the blood vessels, as resistance is lessened, blood flow is increased, and as resistance intensifies, blood flow is lessened. The extent of resistance to blood flow is chiefly a function of the span of the systemic blood vessels. The resistance of the whole systemic circulation is termed the total peripheral resistance. As blood vessels throughout the body become constricted, total peripheral resistance intensifies, with opening, peripheral resistance declines. Resistance to blood flow is intensified with increasing thickness of the blood and the size of the vessel. However, these aspects remain comparatively constant under most conditions. Thus,...
December 22, 2012
Are you looking for a fun way to get into shape that doesn’t involve endless hours walkingnowhere on a treadmill? How about engaging in a sport to unleash your inner competitor andkeep you motivated to stay in shape? Fitness and sport have always been considered two separate things. Fitness refers to getting andstaying in good physical condition, whereas sport involves working toward an objective; a win.But, aren’t the two essentially the same? A Comparison First, let’s look at the aspects of fitness. Fitness, by definition, is when you’re healthy and ingood physical shape. Isn’t that necessary in most sports?...
March 25, 2008
What level is your motivation? High or Low?
How do you tell if your motivation is being used in the correct way?
Here are a few simple tips to keep your motivation moving in the right direction.
Firstly, the most important rules for motivation is to get your questions right ! For example most of my clients the reason they exercise...