Monday, September 26, 2011

Beneficiile practicarii inotului......By Mat Luebbers,

034 - retro......

swimming benefits ....

Duminică, 13 Septembrie 2009 07:06 Mircea Olaru

Mat's Swimming Blog

By Mat Luebbers, Guide to Swimming since 1999

Swimming is a healthy activity, with many benefits.

What have you found to be helpful or good for

you from your swimming experiences?

How Has Swimming Has Been Good for You?

Readers Respond:

Ways That Swimming Has Been Good for You

swimming benefits

....‘’ Swimming is probably one of the noblest sports, but an 'aggressive' approach to swimming can cause some problems: - postural deficiencies for freestylers, backstrokers and even breaststrokers (less for butterfliers) - these could be diminished by using special compensatory swimming exercises - ligamentous laxity and other joint problems (breaststroker's knee, swimmer's shoulder) - these could be prevented by doing gym/exercises for strength and flexibility - ventricular hypertrophy, when doing too much hard training at especially at a young age, and which can limit later performance.

—Guest mircea olaru, ROU, 74 old

['' inotul este probabil unul dintre cele mai nobile sporturi, dar exercitiile de inot praticate 'agresiv' pot adune si neplaceri: deficiente de atitudine a coloanei la craulisti, spatisti sau chiar la brasisti (maiputin la fluturisti) - aceste ar trebui sa fie diminuate printr-o suita de exercitii de inot compensator, mai blande; apoi tot exercitiile agresive pot genera cresterea exagerata a laxitatii articulare (vezi genuchiul brasistului, umarul craulistului etc.) care s-ar putea preintampina prin lucrul in sala de gimnastica 9exercitii de dezvoltaera mobilitatii in regim de forta...); la fel, 'agresivitatea pregatirii' , mai ales la varste mici, poate duce la cresterea exagerata a volumului inimii ('inima de bou', este termen oficial,medical) care duce la plafanoarea performantelor'']


swimming benefits ....

‘’I try to swim 1/2 mile each day. It helps my back muscles get stronger and makes my whole body feel relaxed and stronger.

—Guest Mary Ann


Benefits of swimming

As a 12 yr. old non-athletic black youngster, I started competive swimming (city rec. program). I went on to earn a swimming scholarship (SC State College), coached two college teams (Temple Univeristy & LaSalle University)... My wife Olivia & I started an age group team ( Tigersharks, Phila., PA)coached then for twenty years & helped over thirty inner-city youngsters go to college; our children (Stacy & Damon) being two them. After forty yrs. of teaching & coaching, at age 63 I'm now retired and swimming about four days per week. So one may say, I''ve certainly benefits from swimming!

Malachi Cunningham


How Swimming Helps Me

I had some competitive swimming several years ago and did not continue because it was too stressful. I went to one meet in Tulsa and enjoyed that. This summer I started swimming laps in the park pool. In a short period of time, I started feeling the benefits. My body started reshaping, I didn't eat as much but ate very healthy foods, I felt very relaxed and if I didn't swim at least three times a week I missed it. Now that the park pool is closed, I am swimming at the Senior Center and am loving it. I get up very early and am in the pool(which is heated) by 6:30. I swim from 45 mins. to an hour three times a week. What a wonderful way to start the work day! I feel very powerful in the water, am reading a lot to help me improve my strokes. I am varying my strokes but seem to really enjoy the breast stroke and crawl. I am going to find out bout joining the Master Swim Team in this area. I am so grateful for swimming!

SJG—Guest Sylvia Geddes


swimming benefits

....after cancer

I was always a swimmer but after recovering from my cancer treatment, I went to a TI workshop and my life truly changed. I was 60, I retired, and swimming, yoga, and walking are also as important to me as my large wonderful family.

—Guest Julie


swimming benefits

....Swimming is good for all things you can play,race,or you can just sit there and do nothing. It really helped me get fit.

—Guest olivia


Swimming helped me a lot

I just learned swimming at the age of 33 because of the trauma I had when I was a kid. I love visiting the beach and love to be by the sea but I never knew how to swim so two years ago when I found out that I have a congenital heart illness and have gained a significant weight from my usual 90lbs to 130lbs plus all the stress from work I knew I had to do something that is why I tried learning to swim to live my life more. You see I get much leaner now because I lost weight now am at 118lbs not even that, since I lost weight I no longer find it difficult to move and I feel more relaxed even if I have tons of stress at work. I see to it that if I feel stress is hovering me I really take time off just to go for a swim. Swimmers would know the light feeling after every good swim.—Guest enuhj


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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Ten Most Modern Stadium in the World

ma intreb cand vom avea si noi un 'stadion nautic' asa cum au deja vecinii nostri, din Sud...
--- On Sun, 9/25/11, Incredible Diary <> wrote:

From: Incredible Diary
Subject: Ten Most Modern Stadium in the World
Date: Sunday, September 25, 2011, 10:18 PM

Ten Most Modern Stadium in the World

Posted: 25 Sep 2011 07:24 AM PDT

Sports play a Vital role in our lives, it is important to build any nation. That is why we see all developed nations have built huge stadiums, they are built to host sports events, competitions and friendly matches. Sports is a sign of a good health of any nation. Have a look at ten most artistically built stadiums in the world.

1. Yoyogi National Gymnasium Tokyo Japan

A typical Japanese architecture “The Yoyogi National Gymnasium” is located in Yoyogi Park, Tokyo, Japan. It has a capacity to accommodate 13,291 audiences. The distinguishing characteristic of the Stadium is the suspension roof on top the building. The stadium is mainly used to house ice hockey, basketball.

2. Olympiastadion Germany

A beautifully built stadium of Munich is a popular landmark in the city, and it has held many international sports event since Summer Olympic in 1972. It is not relatively new spot in the list but still holds it importance in the Germany.

3. Beijing National Stadium

Beijing National Stadium or the Bird’s nest in Beijing was mainly purposed to house Olympic and Paralympics in 2008. Total cost to build the Bird’s nest was US$ 423 million and it is known as the largest steel construction in the world.

4. Beijing National Aquatics Center

This stadium was designed and built for 2008 Olympic for swimming competition. “The Beijing National Aquatics Centre” has a nickname the Water Cube and it was built side by side with Beijing National Stadium.

5. Wembley Stadium London.

Wembley is the second largest soccer stadium in the world. It was built in 2007 hosts the final of FA cup, along with leagues play off matches. It is the most expensive stadium ever built so far. It has capacity of 90000 people.

6. Qi Zhong stadium Shanghai China

A flower shaped roof top resembles a Blooming magnolia, the official Shanghai’s flower, when it is opened. “The Qi Zhong Stadium” is located in Shanghai and it is marked with 8 sliding petal-shaped steel on the roof. The roof can be closed when needed for indoor activities.

7 .Allianz Arena Munich Germany

The biggest in Germany and in the world “Allianz Arena” is a soccer stadium located in the North of Munich. The exterior of the stadium is covered by lighting panels and it is the biggest in the world. It turns white when German National team plays, red when Bayern Munich performs and Blue when 1860 Munich matches.

8. Olympic Stadium Quebec Canada

It is multifunctional stadium and has stayed in the city since Summer Olympics in 1976 It is located in Quebec Canada. It has capacity to accommodate 56,400 audiences. It is also used for live concerts and trade exhibitions as well. Although it is old, but not behind to be included in to ten list of stadiums.

9. Yas Marina Circuit Abu Dhabi

A Formula 1 tracks and stadium “ Yas Marina Circuit” was built in Abu Dhabi. It is the 2nd of its kind built in middle east, we hope to see many more coming in near future in the middle east.

10.Oita Stadium Japan

The “Big Eye” Oita Stadium was designed as a multipurpose sports stadium by Kisho Kurokawa. Mostly, it is used as a match arena for
soccer clubs around Oita and Japan. It is located in the Oita city in Japan.