El pasado 10 de Marzo en Fraga (Huesca), tuvo lugar la Jornada Deportiva Mujer y Entrenamiento a manos de nuestra Campeona Olímpica de 1.500 metros Isabel Macías.

El evento consistió en primer lugar en unas ponencias sobre el deporte, salud, superación personal, retos vividos y relatos personales.

La primera ponencia de este encuentro fue precisamente a manos de Isabel quien habló de su historia de superación. Isabel destacó: ?El trabajo no siempre tiene los resultados que necesitamos, queremos o buscamos, pero sin el trabajo sería imposible alcanzarlos?

La segunda charla fue a manos de Luis Alberto Marco, Olímpico y Subcampeón de Europa de 800 metros. Licenciado en Ciencias de la Actividad Física y Deporte, profesor de la Universidad San Jorge y entrenador de atletismo. Alberto habló de los falsos mitos de la mujer en el deporte.

La tercera y última tertulia estuvo a manos de la Fisioterapeuta y especializada en obstetricia Laura Martín quien habló de la fisiología femenina y el efecto de los ejercicios hipopresivos en el suelo pélvico de mujeres deportistas.

A media mañana comenzaron los talleres de actividades deportivas: Taller de Hipopresivos, impartido por Laura Martín. Entrenamiento de Running y Técnica de Carrera por Isabel Macías y por último el Entrenamiento de Fuerza para la mujer realizado por Luis Alberto Marco.

Goya Europa, estuvo presente en esta jornada acompañando a todos los presentes con su Agua de Coco, el complemento ideal para todos los deportistas.

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On March 8, International Women’s Day, our colleagues from Radio Fraga made a small interview with our 1500-meter champion.

Radio Fraga: What are the differences between training for men and women?
Isabel: Although we always claim fairness in sports, it is true that there are some differences in aptitudes and physical attitudes, but especially the piscological factor.

Radio Fraga: Are these differences dependent on each sport?

Isabel: That’s right, every sport is a world and that is noticeable when it comes to developing exercises not only physical but also psychological ones.

Radio Fraga: The feminine physiological conditions such as pregnancy influence the sports career, the most fertile years of the woman coincide with the years of higher sport level.

Isabel: Athletes often have to sacrifice part of our professional career. It is a situation that you have to study a lot and have it very clear. Once this, it is to fight and value labor conciliation. Besides, it is clear that getting pregnant conditions your physical skills and your training.

Radio Fraga: There is the other side of the coin. There is a psychological and emotional benefit that if one day you do not do well in a race, what you do is recover emotionally with your baby.

Isabel: It’s clear, we athletes have a philosophy and way of inbreeding that may be a bit de-virtualized, but we must hold on to reality and enjoy our personal life. We must know and be clear about our priorities.

Radio Fraga: Can you explain your experience as «Iron Mother»?

Isabel: When you get pregnant, you’re innactive, and you’re supposed to stop, but it’s not like that. There are benefits for pregnancy that are achieved with certain exercises and sports activities. What I intend to achieve in social networks is to make that part visible and show that if the man when he has a sports stop has to be on top, the woman always has to give that cap and a little more. It is not easy but with work everything is achieved. Although I do not consider myself a super hero, but rather a hard worker, a fighter and a bit stubborn.

Radio Fraga: You do not consider yourself a super hero, but you are part of that feminist revolution in the sport of our country. Currently there are fewer women than men but you get more medals.

Isabel: Yes, I thank you for representing and being part of the change. Change that starts to be visible and I am very happy that the objectives are achieved in this aspect. All women seek equity in both the professional and the personal part of this and little by little we are achieving this.

Radio Fraga: How far is sport healthy and from what point can it become a cause of disease?

Isabel: It is clear that high performance practice is not healthy. You have to be careful and keep in mind that it is something progressive, do not do things wrong, avoid injuries and know where you are and how far you can go. The sport is very beautiful and wonderful but you always have to know how to practice it to a large extent.