Hulauchup for men is good and bad

Hulahup – an ordinary home simulator, in the form of a hoop that allows you to train with it even for beginners.

Benefit and harm of hulauchup

It is difficult not to agree with the fact that the hulaohup hasWeight of advantages. You can train with him at home at any convenient time, and it will take quite a bit of space. The hoop can be simpler than the hoop.

You do not need any special skills,To start dealing with hulauchup. It is enough to learn how to twist it correctly. Classes with hulahupom do not cause fatigue and muscle strain. At an accelerated pace, the hoop becomes a good cardio.

Hulahup has a massage effect, which helps to improve skin tone, increase blood supply and reduce fat deposits.

We learned what hulahop is useful, it’s time to talk about his shortcomings.

Pregnant women who had a cesarean sectionAnd those who have recently given birth to a baby can not twist the hoop. It is also not recommended to engage during menstruation. Refuse to engage in hoolahup and have those who have serious “female” diseases, liver, intestines, kidneys, uterus.

Women, whose weight is less than 50 kilograms, should not turn heavy hoops weighing more than 2 kilograms.

What is the use of hulauchup for women?

What effect can you get from hulahop and what is the benefit of twisting the hoop:

  1. Improves the appearance of the waist and hips.
  2. Burns calories.
  3. It trains the cardiovascular system.
  4. Develops flexibility, coordination, artistry.
  5. Strengthens the vestibular apparatus.
  6. Strengthens muscles.

With the help of a hoop you can strengthen the muscular corset.

It positively influences posture and establishes coordination of movements.

Does huluup help to remove the stomach?

The hoop was created specifically toCorrect the area of ​​the abdomen and thighs, they begin to lose weight in the first place. With hulahupom it is possible to use force exercises – it will allow to get rid of superfluous fatty adjournment on a stomach faster.

The effect of exercises with hulauchup will be noticeableAlready after three weeks, if you engage at least three times a week. If you practice more often, the result will appear much faster. One training with a hoop should be at least half an hour. During this time it is recommended to make several approaches with small interruptions.

In pursuit of harmony, women go to any sacrifice, torturing themselves in gyms. And you can achieve a fine waist without leaving home, buying hulauchup. How not to get lost in the variety of assortment when buying and choose hulauch right?

How to choose the right hulaohup?

In the market of products for health and beauty, you can find the widest choice of hoops for weight loss. Among the wide variety distinguish 6 types.

Usual hoolahup

A conventional hoop made of iron or plastic, not filled inside. These are the very first hoops that have appeared in production. Such hoops are recommended for use in primary training, so as not to create an increased strain on the spine and waist and adapt to the loads. The weight of such a hoop does not exceed 1 kg.

Folding hulauchup

Folding hulaohup is similar to the usual. The main difference from the usual – in that hulahop can be doubled and even quadrupled. This option is suitable for those who want to save space in the

apartment. In some models, weight can be adjusted if the number of hulaohup sections is reduced. The smaller amount of detail involved in the construction of the hoop, will reduce its weight and load on the problem areas. This simulator is very convenient for transportation. With a diameter it is better to determine immediately, since a decrease in diameter will violate the conformity of the hulaohup to growth.

Weighted slimming shoe for weight loss

Weighted hoop is suitable for those who are no longer suitable for ordinary hoops, and require a heavier simulator. The weight of the weighted hoop is from 1.5 to 2.5 kg. It will help to adjust the waist and hip area, providing a higher load.

Hulahop with massaging elements

As the massaging elements, small suckers are used that adhere, and then come off the skin in the process of how you twist the hoop. Such hoops are used to reduce the waist and to massage the abdomen and thighs.

In addition to hula-suites with suckers, there are hula-clubs with plastic and rubber balls. Hoops with such elements have a mechanical effect on problem areas, accelerate the process of destruction of fatty deposits.

It is better to choose rubber balls, they are softer and safer, help to accelerate fat and strengthen muscle tissue, also positively affect the work of internal organs and increase skin tone( only have to survive the formation of bruises on the body in the first training), strengthen the spine and bone tissue, improve blood circulation and overall well-being.

Especially is good hulauch with massaging elements in the fight against cellulite .If the massage elements can be removed and fastened, then the degree of loading can be adjusted.

Hulahop with magnetic elements

The most effective is a hoop with magnetic elements. Magnetic balls improve blood flow, supply the skin with oxygen. The main biological effect of the magnetic field is the awakening of electromotive force in the blood and lymph. In the process of such interaction, weak currents appear in the body, which help improve the flow of metabolic processes.

Huluhup with built-in calorie counter

The calorie counter gives information about the number of turns and calories burned. Intelligent hoop with built-in counter operates on two batteries. With regular classes, the period of which is gradually increasing, such know-how will play a secondary role. It will be more important how often you twist the hulaohup, and burned for training calories. A good result can only be given by regular training sessions, rather than classes a couple of times a month.

Already on sale there are cheap flexible hoops Flexihoop , when rotating they stretch and contract, which leads to intensive and high-quality massage of the hips, waist and buttocks. Excess fat is burned much faster and cellulite will disappear. Additional functions of this hulauchup include performing stretching exercises.

Hulahup: how to choose weight?

Hoops are chosen not only according to weight, but also from physical preparation. Beginners are recommended to start training, starting with a small weight of 1 kg. The heavier the hulaohup, the more intense the training of .Without proper preparation, you risk getting bruises and bruises if the hoop is heavier than 2 kg.

For children the lightest plastic hoop weighing no more than 0.8 kg is suitable.

If you are a beginner in training with hulauchup, the weight should not exceed 1.6-2 kg. Women and men who have experience of training with a massage hulauchup of average weight for at least six months, you can choose hoops weighing 2.5-3 kg.

For beginners it is recommended during training to take care of dense clothing that will help protect the body from the appearance of bruises .The most optimal option is to purchase a neoprene thermo band, which will help protect the waist and strengthen the effect of losing weight.

The principle of slimming action for weight loss

The simplest exercises with hulauchup help to “make the waist” because of the impact on all muscles. If you rotate hulahop 15-20 minutes a day, you will get:

  • to reduce body weight with active training;
  • strengthen muscles on calves;
  • strengthen the muscles on the hips, there is a decrease in the “ears”;
  • reduce the size of the waist;
  • tighten the stomach;
  • strengthen your back and get a good posture;
  • get rid of fat from the shoulders and hands;
  • to develop flexibility and plasticity throughout the body.

Hulaups of any kind will help in losing weight .But it is worth remembering that they are not suitable for everyone. Attention to training with hulauchup should be turned to those who want to get the highest effect in the struggle for harmony and those who want to get a smooth and supple skin.

See also:

  • Iron hoop for the waist
  • Does the hoop help to clean the stomach and sides?
  • Hoop hoop for slimming: reviews

The big plus of hulaohups is a beneficial effect on the internal organs and the body as a whole. The choice of hulaohups is now very diverse. You will have to choose what exactly is needed for the hulaohup and, in accordance with this, to acquire one or another specimen. Enjoy the shopping!

Specially for – Svetlana

Good Manners have a deep Affect on our minds. As bad manners produce bad results in society, good manners produce good results. Good manners are unconsciously acquired in our childhood, but they can also be cultivated later on. Every human being should be treated with due respect and dignity. The animal instinct in us makes us rough and vulgar, but a cultured and civilized man is gentle and polite. By good manners we understand the way in which a person should behave in society. One is expected to show respect one’s elders. Good manners are necessary for everyone, in every walk of life. It is good manners to thank anybooy who does anything for you. When a waiter brings you a glass of water, you may thank him.

“Friends and good manners will carry you where money won’t go.” Good manners are vital for success in life. Nobody likes a rude person, but good manners endear a man to other. A shopkeeper who behaves rudely with his customers can never flourish in his trade, but one who behaves politely and pleasantly with others attracts a large number of customers. Patients always rush to a doctor who is sympathetic towards them. A leader cannot have a large follower unless he is polite to others. In fact good manners have a magnetic influence over the people. Good manner are not, however, born with us. They have to be cultivated with great care. Childhood is the best period to cultivate good manners and so both parents and teachers have a great role to play.

Bad Manners:
The Height of Bad Manners is Way too Much
To begin with, Bad Manners is defined by lack of polite or well-bred social behavior resulting by ignorance, this may be true, but I don´t think so, this is because nowadays people are adopting this reprehensive conducts no just by ignorance, but for doing whatever they want, in this bad manner conducts we can see: not respecting adults, farting in front of anybody, not saluting, people that don´t respect the third age privileges in public places/transport.

In the world we can see many of this awful behavior but each day we can see it more in our community its becoming part of our daily life to be disrespectful with others and don´t minding about if the other person would feel bad about it. As your parents probably told you not so many years ago this “Bad Manners Acts” where severally punished with very strict sanction but now we can see a teenager threatening and old man so they give him the spot in the bus.

How can we answer these seemingly ordinary questions that our children ask if we realize we have, in fact, no clear answer for ourselves? How can we teach our children to think independently, and not mislead them with some clichés and formulaic replies? How can we communicate well and build a good relationship with our children so as to help them avoid making the mistakes we have made? How can we teach our children not to judge yet still be able to distinguish clearly light and healthy from dark and sick?

Do concepts like ‘good’ and ‘bad’ actually exist? A concept might be construed‘good’ in a certain culture and ‘bad’ in another culture.

The answer to the question ‘What is good and what is bad?’ lies in another question: can you actually ask such a question? ‘Good or bad?’ is a matter of choice, therefore it defines the limits of one’s freedom. When you decide for yourself that something is either good or bad, then you are limiting yourself in the name of a certain perspective. The very attempt to rely on certain norms when deciding if something is good or bad can hardly help you make a final and definitive ‘correct’ conclusion. Man is by nature limited in committing ‘bad’ deeds, such as for example killing his fellows. However, he does it, often hiding behind some ‘good’ that has been introduced into his consciousness. Where does this desire to lie or to kill come from? This is the real question.

What distinguishes Man from the other creatures is, first of all, not the fact that he is endowed with reason but rather his ability to control this reason; and second – certain qualities related to the nature of his heart. What is the essence of this nature? The rhythm of the heart determines a certain rhythm of activity, which respectively helps Man to fill himself with life in various manners, and thus feel life. This is where the difference lies – Man is a creature that has control over itself. The beauty in being human lies in the capacity of being human. And if that capacity is missing, we cannot speak of ‘humanity’.

All the norms about what is ‘bad’ have been devised to deal with the animal qualities of Man or rather to try and do away with them. The norms or rules in this case are instructions that try to save Man from ‘becoming animal like’. Therefore, to no surprise, these norms are different for different communities. If we could analyze and actually understand our own physiology and the factors, which determine the rhythms of various cultures, then we could probably understand why certain cultures see some things as ‘good’ while others – as the exact opposite.

We can speculate on the topic ‘Love thy neighbor as thyself’ endlessly because concepts like ‘neighbor’ and ‘love’ can mean very different things for different people (the appeal to ‘love’ may be construed as an instruction or as a subject of knowledge). Therefore, defining yourself and knowing yourself are two very different things.

Where should we search for the criteria for ‘goodness’ – in the religious, ethical, aesthetic or human norms?

The criteria for ‘goodness’ we should first of all search within ourselves. Even a true definition of ‘goodness’ can be misinterpreted if the person does not understand himself. Living is the most difficult skill to acquire; it is the experience, which realizes – more or less – the tasks and laws of life. Being external to this process is like being external to all concepts, and then our actions are no longer determined by us, but are rather a product of the society we live in. The criteria for ‘goodness’ are formed on the basis of the level of development of the mind. They are in the constant observation of principles. No faith, ethical or aesthetic norms can help Man if he does not understand himself, and his tasks and priorities at the current stage of his development.

Perhaps we should not shape the notions of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ in our children? Perhaps we should simply let them find their own way in life? There’s a saying that people learn from their own mistakes.

Not shaping concepts is impossible since children are a product of society, not only their parents. If parents don’t educate their children, the street will or school will. What is important is to identify the thing that inspires your child, and try and structure his methodological development in this direction. If children understand the moves of the game they are involved in, they easily define themselves with respect to these moves.

To the child everything is a game – communicating with his parents, walking outside and even studying in school. Therefore the concepts of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ are also a game and trying to leave this game is pointless. Perhaps one should rather provoke in the child an interest in a game called ‘find out what is good and what is bad’. And let his mistakes be conceptual and not random, this will actually help him learn.

Children often do something wrong and we have to explain that this is bad and should not be done. Are we creating a problem for our children forbidding them something they want?

Children do not understand what ‘want’ means since they follow their own natural rhythm and will never do something that is beyond their needs. Even if we force them to do something, they will do it against their own will and will resist it. Children are often disoriented because ‘want’ and ‘don’t want’ are not what they feel but rather part of a coordinate system suggested by others.

We must understand that the definition of the word ‘want’ is beyond the actual grasp of children although it is part of their communication with the adults. Here we actually see the word ‘need’ exchanged with the word ‘want’. Then need is mixed up with desire and this leads to a change in one’s perception of life. If we oppose the child’s ‘desires’ to the concepts of ‘forbidden’ or ‘bad’, this will provoke a reaction in the child against the forbidding measures and not an understanding of the thing that should not be done. Imagine you are walking down the street and someone forces you to turn around and walk with your back forward. A similar perception arises in the child as a reaction to the restrictive actions of the adults.

Children speak the body language. Consequently, in the beginning they perceive everything through their physical reflexes. The verbal language of children often does not correspond to what they want to express, yet if they speak with no words but through the body language, adults would probably not understand. This is why children speak the language (the verbal language) that is comprehensible for adults, or rather the language that adults understand but children don’t.

In order to explain to your child how to behave, you will have to replace concepts with the corresponding or associated sensations, and then you will have something similar to a game, which, at least, will give the child a sense of the answer.

Should we punish children if they misbehave?

Punishments are a kind of parental educational enthusiasm based on the emotional experience provoked by what the child has done. Punishments can be both soft, for example ‘no ice cream today’, the so called ‘calm analytical syndrome’; or they can be severe and involve belting and screaming. However, the reason for punishment lies in the desire to punish (the so-called “hereditary vengeance”), or the loss of control over the development of the child, consequently this is an important topic. Often the punishment occurs in response to a pleasure of the child unapproved by the parent. However, who is responsible for developing this pleasure in the child? Parents often teach their children how to play computer games so they don’t disturb them, and then they pull them out and punish them – although it’s entirely the parent’s fault. That is, we punish and are being punished for something that we have been trained to do, or perhaps because they have not managed to keep us away.

It is difficult for a child to distinguish good people from vile-tempered ones. How can we teach them to be careful without becoming pent up?

This question is related to the perception of evil and the attitude towards it. Yet for children ‘evil’ is not a concept but rather an expressed quality. Therefore the child can be evil by nature. Explaining the essence of this evilness is pointless since it can be regulated only by long and arduous efforts to eliminate (as far as possible, of course) this phenomenon at the psycho-physiological level. Evil is a natural and a very instinctive factor. We can discuss this issue in great detail however we’ll apprehend it only when we develop an instinctive physical reaction towards the multiple manifestations of our world.

Yogis, who use practices to regulate the psychophysical data of their organism, have been trying for decades to get rid of these effects on the body, so a simple definition here will not do. This is a systematic, long-term program of education, which should at least prevent the strengthening of the malice, and at best should teach one to free himself of it. This is more of a medical issue, not a moral one, at least for people living in hostile environments, such as New York, Moscow or London.

Sometimes life forces you to be strict to your child. How can you make your child stronger and prepare him for life’s hardships without making him cruel?

You need to decide what kind of a child you need – the right kind or ‘whatever comes out’. One should understand clearly the difference between ‘right’ and ‘good’ because you either implement a particular feature or you work on the whole.

Parents cannot be perfect and consequently children cannot be perfect either. The development of children requires certain conditions as a minimum, and at best – time. The mix proper of conditions and enough time shapes the relationship between the parent and the child. And then from within this relation comes the quality that the child will extract for itself. However trite it may sound, giving birth to a child and bringing it up are two completely different things.’ Moreover educating children should be done not only in relation to themselves but also in relation to the society they are about to live in.

How can we motivate our children to study? Should we really turn school lessons into games?

Oh, how sad, how sorrowful, it’s all so similar, it’s all the same! And it’s, oh, so boring! The inability to fill oneself through the process of studying is a physiological problem. It’s true that learning might at some point get boring. Yet development and learning are two different things. Studying in school should teach children about their needs, their inclinations; it should provide them with the tools necessary for fulfilling these ‘needs’. If one tries to understand himself, he will find his way even in the environment of boring unprofessional schooling.

Yet this is one of the misfortunes of mankind, when children perceive studying as a boring process and they want to play instead. This is in fact more than just a question – it’s the cry of the soul, it’s the living reality, where the imagination is bound to either studying or the game. Although in principle they are both the same.

What I can teach my child is limited to my personal abilities and understanding. Will this obstruct the development of its talents and abilities? What can I do to develop the talents of my child?

It is, undoubtedly, important that the parent asks himself as many questions as he poses before the child. This question is probably the most important of them all. One should develop along with the child in all possible aspects. Wherever your abilities end, you should find good specialists.

Many parents try to achieve through their children the things they have not managed to achieve themselves. But here’s what is important – the development of the child should not be limited by the development of the parent. It’s the other way around – we should develop ourselves along with our children. The specific field of development is not important. After all life is the test of living. And what matters most is to preserve one’s humanity and not slip into some cruel life form. How much the child will reveal about himself will define his ability to be happy. Remember that professional skill should be secondary, the child should not fall victim to his profession. This does not mean professions are not important. Yet professionalism should not destroy humanity in the human being. Plus, you do want your children to be happy, right?

My eldest daughter is 25. We live together. Our relationship has steadily deteriorated. How can I help lay the basis for building the right relationship? My understanding of the ‘right’ relationship with a grown up daughter is also terra incognita.

Parents should always start with themselves. They are the ones who cause the problems with their children and then they place the blame for these problemson the children. Start with yourself.

Our child has run into the “inadequacy” of some of the teachers at shcool, and has developed a specific behavior: inwardly the child does not agree, he has his own opinion, yet on the outside he behavees as he considers socially acceptable. That strains his nervous system, and consequently begins to affect his health. What would be better for the child – should we as parents take him away from this situation (when the possibility arises and until the child is fully grown), or should wehim the opportunity to go through his own life experience? The child says that he wants to preserve himself at school. How can we help?

If your child behaves in such a way, then you as parents should be proud that you have already preserved him. He does not really understand his surrounding reality, so what works here is an internal mechanism. Of course, you need to observe the process, but there’s no need to take him away. Where could you find an adequate environment? You should strengthen the preserving measures at home. And most importantly, you should demonstrate more peace and stability at home. After all, the first problem of school is exactly the vanity and instability of the teachers. 

16 september 2006

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