Hand-held gymnastics refers to the practice of hand practice. According to the characteristics of various parts of the human body, according to certain procedures, the basic exercises consisting of a series of freehand movements such as lifting, vibrating, swinging, inverting, turning, flexing and stretching,
It does not require any equipment, nor the site conditions, easy to promote, with a wide range of mass. Freehand gymnastics movements, according to the human body structure can be divided into the neck, upper limbs, shoulders, lower extremities and torso movements. The neck can do flexion, rotation and circular motion in all directions; the upper and lower limbs can do the lifting, vibration, swinging, flexion and extension of the various parts and the circular motion in all directions; the torso can bend, turn around and turn in all directions And dumping and other activities. Freehand gymnastics movements can also be divided according to their value of the human body is divided into developmental strength, speed, softness and relaxation of different exercises.
(A) body posture refers to the external performance of the action. It includes the starting position, the position during the operation and the ending position. Correct posture changes or not, have a direct impact on the ease of action and exercise effects. For example, doing body flexion, the arms do side lift, akimbo or lift different posture, it will give the back muscles a different burden, in addition, if the legs straight or curved, its ease and exercise are not The same, the former posture is correct, more difficult to stretch the muscles can reach the rear of the thigh ligaments; the latter easy to complete, but not up to expectations.
(B) the direction of action refers to the action after a certain route points to the target (space location). The direction of the action is based on the interrelationship between the body of the practitioner and the actions performed. It can be divided into six basic directions: front, back, left, right, up and down. In addition, the direction of the motion is often described in terms of inward and outward or oblique directions (in the middle of the two fundamentals). Due to the different directions of action, the impact on the various parts of the body is different.
(C) the range of motion refers to the action, the body or body part of a moving distance size. Magnitude of the magnitude of a direct impact on body burden and the amount of exercise, such as: chest chest flexion and back flexion and arms lift after the side, the latter than the former amplitude, exercise is also large.
(D) action route refers to do the action, the body or part of the body trajectory. Action route is divided into linear motion and curve motion. In doing linear exercise, need to indicate the starting and ending points of action. If the curve of movement, it should be the middle of the action to explain the process, such as the arms from the front to the side level.
Freehand gymnastics exercises have some difficulties, so they are not suitable for us. If you want to learn, it is okay, but pay attention to safety. Because there are some dangers in gymnastic exercises, you must pay attention to choosing suitable places when learning. Inflatable air mat can be very good to help us practice gymnastics. Because air track surface is relatively soft and flexible, can play a very good role in protecting users, inflatable mattress's elasticity can assist the user to complete the action. Inflatable mats are good exercise equipment.