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Monthly Archives: September 2018

Starting Swimming When You Are Young

While people of any age can learn to swim, the earlier one starts, the better, since it will produce a lifetime of this enjoyable exercise. When can one begin to learn? As soon as the umbilical cord is cut! Since babies come in a sac filled with fluid, they are a natural in water. However, it is best as a parent to spend time with the child simply floating and playing around, getting acquainted with how it works. Three years old is the ideal time for formal lessons in a class with other children, since that is the age when they are mature enough to understand and follow directions. If the toddler is already familiar with water, he or she will not be afraid of it.

Toddler swimming benefits are many. As a medium, water is virtually weightless, so they can fall without injuring themselves. The forgiving nature of water enables children to try new things and make mistakes without acquiring fear, since no pain is felt while they’re learning. Swimming assists in developing muscular and cardiovascular strength, flexibility, posture, coordination, and balance. Toddlers can learn to swim before they can even walk, in fact, those who are slow in learning can be assisted by swim lessons. Regular participation helps fight obesity. It enables them to grow up to become healthy adults, since it is an activity they’ll never outgrow; they can enjoy it for life.

Swimming improves emotional health. Water is a very soothing and healing medium, encouraging those in it to exercise longer. Anyone who has worked with children know how difficult it is to get them out of the water! Swimming improves mood, doing away with depression. It also helps that it can easily be incorporated into a social activity, such as a pool or beach party (swimming should never be done alone, anyway).

Swimming increases mental capacity as well. Toddlers discover how the world works around them, while learning to interact with others. The physical workout provides oxygen to the brain, enabling it to function better. Studies have shown that children who learned to swim early reach developmental milestones sooner, and score higher on tests once they are in school. Early lessons improve self – esteem, too; painfully shy children, even those who are autistic, have gained multiple benefits from spending time in the water. No doubt this is due to the parental bonding and social interaction early swimming lessons provide.

Have a Kick Like Cristiano Ronaldo

Place the ball with the nipple facing you

When Ronaldo did a free kick, he always aligned the ball so that his nipple touched his feet. It’s hard to know whether the touch has a noticeable effect on the ball path or it’s just superstition, but there’s no harm in trying.
Step back a few steps and move to the right

Ronaldo usually retreats 3-5 paces before he takes a free kick. Then he stood with both arms straight down and his feet widened, over shoulder width apart. As soon as he approaches, he uses a “stutter-step” pattern on his kick. Doing some stutter moves quickly tends to outwit the goalkeepers and other defenders so they will not know exactly when the kick landed.

Place the legs that are not for kicking and the position of the body arched backwards

Place the other foot on the side of the ball and curl backwards so that the kick angle is fitted to throw the ball upward

His free kick tends to rise very quickly, looking like it exploded from his leg. It comes from a quick curved back position just before it touches the ball. If done correctly, the kick will not spin, but it curves upward, then swoops down quickly, or mutes in accordance with the force released on follow-up.

Touch the ball right in the middle with your back

You will touch the ball with long bones in the leg that extend from the big toe to the top of the foot

Aim the nipple that you face at the beginning of the kick

To produce a “knuckle-ball” effect you need to avoid spinning the ball a bit. Try to touch the ball right in the middle as often as possible instead of rolling it off your feet at all

The most important part of the kick is the follow-up. Follow up the kick by directing the kicking leg toward which the ball will be fired, with the body spinning towards the target and lifting the leg that does not kick up. Straighten your knees that kick up, instead of ending with your legs on the side like the traditional follow-up.

Imagine you want to touch your knee legs that kick on your chin after touching the ball. If done correctly, the kicking foot will touch the ground first. Now back off and look at the “knuckle-ball” with its unpredictable prowess.

Doing a Cross Feed and Dribbling Ball

One of the benefits of Ronaldo’s game is that he likes to share opportunities, finding the best opportunities for his team to score. It means a cross and a corner kick. He can also move in all directions on the field, playing on the left, right, or in the middle as an attacker. His deft movements make him one of the greatest players.

Bring the ball to the penalty box

Unlike Beckham, famous for his long cross, elegant, curved with many rounds, Ronaldo’s cross is more like a small pass behind his back in a basketball. He brings the ball deep into the opponent’s area, then throws it into the air back through the game field to the team so that it becomes a header or shot.
Although he often played on the left side of the field, Ronaldo has alternated positions, depending on the game that runs, and will go to the middle of the field to do across as well.

Standup Paddle Boarding

The origin of standup paddle boarding is the same as that of other board sports, and that is Hawaii. SUP, also known as “Hoe he’e nalu”, has very old roots. However, it has become popular now with many photographers and surf instructors.

SUP basically employs a type of surf board along with a lengthy paddle. In this regard, it’s a mix of surfing and canoeing. The credit for making it popular goes to Laird Hamilton, who made use of the paddle grabbing towing waves originating in Hawaii. But now, SUP isn’t just for surfing. SUP may be enjoyed in many other forms. like flat water lakes to facilitate beach paddling, to open water paddling and right up to surfing waves.

Though you can visit a store and procure the very first or the most economical board, it may not be the best option for getting initiated into this sport.

The design, and hence the value of SUP paddles and SUP boards, varies a lot. It’s not difficult to guess that better quality boards will be more expensive. At the same time, better boards are more appropriate for use by intermediate and experienced paddlers.

Here are some tips that beginners will find helpful. Having decided to get skilled at standup paddle board, you should call upon one of the SUP stores in your area and get one board on rent for the initial few lessons. It may be a good idea to rent boards made by different manufacturers to find which one suits you the most. It is not unusual for many stores to adjust the expense of rental in the final price of the new board that you would buy. So, do check on this. There is absolutely no harm in getting started with used equipment. You can locate many sellers of used equipment through the classified ads of local papers. Some shops also offer boards that were used for demos or used boards at considerably lower prices.

Advantage Of Playing Tennis

If you are a parent and you wish to protect your children from these diseases, it is not merely enough to clean up your family’s diet. It’s even more important to get your family up and moving about by engaging in outdoor activities. Coaxing your young ones to get off the couch and momentarily leave the TV, the tablet and their gaming consoles offers several benefits. Playing in tennis courts, for example, can help a child become physically fit while allowing him to master various motor skills as he learns the rudiments of the game.

As he learns to love the sport and constantly play it, he will be less likely to gain excess weight. According to some studies, active children often grow into adults who have normal weight. Furthermore, other sporting activities such as rugby can help prevent a young child from developing type 2 diabetes.

Children who get into physical activities at an early age carry the habit into adulthood. Apart from the physical benefits of outdoor play, children who engage in these activities become less stressed and are less likely to suffer from depression. This is particularly beneficial for children who may be often overburdened at school. Sports also impart several life lessons like discipline and concentration which prove to be valuable in different aspects of life.

Finally, young kids who engage in outdoor activities may develop leadership skills which may benefit them when they become employed or start their own businesses. Kids who regularly engage in sports and outdoor activities are also less likely to abuse drugs and alcohol. Being a part of a team enhances both their confidence and self-esteem.