How to Prevent Injuries

Exercise is a great way to stay fit and healthy, but there are also risks of injury. However, if you follow certain guidelines and stay within your physical limits, you can ensure that you will have an enjoyable and safe workout. Hot stuff: 

The main hot thing... can't be closed. Starting an exercise routine without warming up can seriously damage your body.

It is always advisable to do gentle exercises to warm up your body, so that they are not able to cause damage that can occur during exercise. Also, they will ensure that they are flexible and flexible.

Take a few minutes to warm up. About 5-10 minutes should be enough. Stretch muscles and other soft tissues. This will prepare your body for the intense exercise that will follow and help you last longer without feeling tired or fatigued.

Correct attire: 

Good clothes are very important. Only if you feel comfortable and at ease in the clothes you wear, you can increase your potential.

Good shoes are important. They must be adapted to the type of exercise you do. When buying gym shoes, always contact the staff at the equipment store and ask for their advice. The wrong type of shoes can cause sprains and even long-term injuries.

Clothing should also be comfortable, loose-fitting, and suitable for sweat-absorbing fabrics, such as cotton. Clothes that fit well can be uncomfortable, and clothes that don't fit well can get in the way.

Don't compromise when it comes to gym clothes. calm down: 

Don't stop suddenly in the middle of a hard workout. This causes blood to pool in your leg muscles and can make the headache worse. Allow time for the lactic acid that your muscles produce during hard work to be removed by ending your session with a few minutes of gentle exercise.

Change and replace: 

It's good if you combine vigorous activity with something that doesn't require much physical activity in comparison. This reduces the chances of you overworking yourself and gives your body more time to recover after a hard workout.

Stop when it starts to hurt: 

If the exercise starts to hurt, stop until the pain is completely gone. Saying "no pain, no gain" should be ignored, as they push you beyond your physical limits... which is not good, after all. If you experience physical discomfort and things like headache, depression, nausea, shortness of breath, etc., please see your doctor immediately.

Also, avoid exercising when you are sick or unwell.