OLYMPIC GAMES. HISTORY OF OLYMPIC GAMES
One of the brightest and most popular events on the planet is the Olympic Games. Any athlete who has managed to climb the podium at the Olympic competitions will receive…

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CHILDREN HARDENING, STRAINING OF SMALL CHILDREN
Baby hardening is especially important for toddlers of infants and debilitated children (premature, suffering from hypotrophy, rickets, diathesis, or other allergic diseases). Child hardening is based on the property of…

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PARALYMPIC GAMES: HISTORY AND MODERNITY
It's no secret that the more a person moves, the better his health. This truth applies to everyone without exception, and especially to people with disabilities. Indeed, often the state…

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Sports – Rowing and Canoeing

Do not forget that for many sport is business, training and training is aimed not so much at developing your abilities as at personal income, so if you are an athlete, not a coach, think with your head, train, recover, take care of your health, correctly eat, do not listen to any left advice and …

Sport – Rowing and canoeing was originally included in the Olympic Games as the only men’s sport. Continue reading

Main characteristics of rowing technique
Be aware, feel the technique in theory. We will try to deal with the main points of rowing sports, in all their diversity. Rowing technique - a set of expediently…

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Kayaking is also a sport.
"Silent hunting" in our time is gaining momentum, according to experts. What kind of trophy is dreaming and what kind of boat does one who is ready to wait for…

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Interesting facts about the Dakar Rally
The organizer of the legendary Paris-Dakar auto marathon is the French motorcyclist Thierry Sabin. In 1977, the 28-year-old adventurer lost his way in the African desert Tenere. He survived by…

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Native American biathlon: both to squander and shoot
Instead of skis - a boat, instead of a rifle - a bow. Exotic sport is gaining momentum again! How to become an Indian in 2 weeks? Who among us…

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