Children’s hardening is especially important for young babies and weakened babies (premature, suffering from malnutrition, rickets, diathesis and other allergic diseases). Children’s hardening is based on the property of the body to gradually adapt to unusual conditions. The transition from weaker tempering procedures to stronger ones (due to lowering the temperature of air, water, increasing the duration of the procedure) must be carried out gradually. Hardening has a general strengthening effect, improves blood circulation, increases the tone of the nervous system, and normalizes metabolism. In the process of hardening, conditioned reflexes are formed and fixed, which contribute to the formation of protective reactions. Thanks to this, the child’s body is able to adapt to changing conditions and painlessly endure excessive cooling, overheating and other adverse effects. With repeated and systematic use of cold water, heat generation increases, skin temperature rises, the stratum corneum thickens, and the intensity of irritation of the receptors located in them decreases. All this increases the adaptation of the child’s body to Continue reading
His training begins at six in the morning, and he eats only twice a day. Every day is scheduled by the clock and the mode does not go astray, like a well-established mechanism. He is fluent in Japanese and feels part of this ancient culture. Despite the fact that the Georgians. Levan Gorgadze is known in the country of samurai under the name Tochinoshin Tsuyoshi and is very revered. After all, he is one of the best sumo wrestlers and this year even won the Emperor’s Cup, which is very cool. Here Levan became “his”, moreover, an idol.
From sambo to sumo
Gorgadze was born in 1987 in the village of Dzegvi of the Mtskheta region of Georgia into a family of winemakers. From childhood, he was engaged in various types of martial arts – judo, sambo and Georgian national wrestling. A talented guy has repeatedly won titles in major competitions, including silver at the Olympics, the European Junior Championships, and victory at the Georgian Championship. And then he got carried away and sumo – he began to watch television broadcasts of matches and train himself … Continue reading
20-year-old Zion Clark leads an extremely eventful life. He studies hard and just this spring received a diploma in management. He devotes his free time to music and sports. Zion plays the drums – and even participates in a musical group at the local church. And he is professionally engaged in wrestling, hoping in 2020 to take part in the Olympic Games. This could be a description of a simple enthusiastic and cheerful guy who, though not many, but enough around. But Zion is not like everyone else. He was born without legs.
“I myself baptized him,” says Pastor Bernard Manson. “He’s a great kid. He’s just a phenomenal guy. And he often plays the drums during our services.” Zion himself believes that God purposely sent him such a test to allow him to become what he is now – a strong, purposeful and cheerful person. Continue reading