Whether and how physical activity affects persons engaged in activities requiring high concentration and creativity, we will try to explain in the next blog.

In the first ten days of training what you feel most in yourself is a change in the mental state and not a change in their weight and stiffness that is negligible. What I have learned from many years of experience working with clients from different parts of the world is that their time is becoming more important than weight and muscles is that they need to have a higher concentration at work, that they are calmer, better and easier sleep, they are more relaxed, have less stress and it is easier to accumulate it.



This is normal because the physical activity positively affects the heart, blood circulation, the pressure in the blood vessels, as well as many other functions. This is important because these are all prerequisites for good concentration (relaxation of the body), which generates creativity at work and in private life.

Just 30 minutes a day is enough to devote attention to your body in the form of physical activity. During training the heart rate per minute going to increase, depending on the severity and intensity of exercise, and up to 180 or more beats per minute. This will lead to your heart slower and quieter working during the day and therefore your body will be more peaceful and organ function in balance which leads to better concentration and less inclination to emotional stress during the day.

When my professor of physiology asked question, which goes like this: We know that in the life of every predetermined number of beats and depended on how many years they will live, how they athletes who each day have two training sessions a day and beats them go up to 200 ppm lives longer than those athletes who all day have a constant heart with small fluctuations, the whole amphitheater had no answer, and the answer is that athletes who in the hour or two or more have very high values ​​of heart rate during the day they have very little stressing (easier tolerate to stress) and to speed up their heartbeat just for the reason that they had high-intensity training with a high number of heart beats per minute, and those who do not have physical activity the slightest thing will accelerate heartbeat due to stress, which is for athletes negligible. An example of this is that the heart at rest normal man per minute is 60 to 80 beats and of professional cyclist goes below 45 beats.


The psychological effects of recreational exercise are numerous and positive, so that the research so far, mainly cite the following effects: improving emotional health, improve mood and motivation, favorable impact on the emotional and social adjustments, boosting feelings of self-worth, reduce aggression, reduce general fatigue, positive effect on attitudes related to recreation.

Physical activity, whether it’s about hitting the sack or running in the park, in essence, one of the best ways to “blow out” and cope with stress. This is a result of hormone release of endorphins during aerobic exercise (running, swimming, rowing). It is important to know that it is not necessary to bring you to death, but to the regular fifteen-minute training can greatly help you.

About Marko Mikic

Marko is Master degree Professor of Physical Education and Graduated Organizer of Sports Recreation. Licensed TecnoGym Personal Trainer with international experience, with over 15 years. Instructor, Lifeguard and Coordinator in Life Saving Federation. Former Ski competitor and actual Ski instructor. Conditioning coach for professional athletes. Actual Fitness and Health Writer, Health Advisor, Online Coach and Fitness Specialist. Health and Fitness Consultant and Publisher. Certified Trainer for Kinesitherapy, Sports Diagnostics, Back Pain Prevention, Discovering Physical Faults, Muscle Imbalances, Early Diagnosis of Injuries, Assessment of Physical Skills and Tests, Functional Training and Cross Fit. Personal Trainer and Freelance Photographer.

Posted on July 29, 2015, in ENGLISH, FITNESS, HEALTH and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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