To exercise during a hot weather will add a strain to you eventually; it might lead into injuries like cramps. You can avoid this by always drinking a glass of water before as well as after or even during exercising activities.
Have you exercise and get yourself painfully stressed by the workout? You might told yourself that I’m really old now that is why it happens… Somehow you’re right in your opinion. Aging really makes it harder for someone to do hard activities. Exercising in moderate types will always be better, however, it will not free you of an injury related to exercising.
All exercises even if its light or moderate requires you to move muscles, ligaments and joints. Exerting too much might cause you some strains and of course injuries.
Below are tips in helping everyone to avoid injuries during exercise workouts:
Research has it that warming up before exercising can lead to a safer as well as effective exercise routine. Even thought the study is still going on, determining what is the best warming up, in general to warm up is an accepted method to avoid injuries in the muscles or joints.
• It increases blood movements through the tissues, thus, make your muscles supple.
• There is an increased delivery of oxygen as well as nutrients in your body muscles, by the increased blood flow.
• It is preparing the muscles for a stretching.
• It will prepare the heart for an increased activity.
• You’ll be able to prepare mentally for the exercise.
• It prepares your pathways from nerves to muscles for an incoming exercise.
An effective warm up do increase your heart rates as well as breathing, slightly increases your muscle tissues temperature.
Before you do a fitness workout, do some warm up about 5-10 minutes; it can be longer during cold seasons. It’s also best if you do a longer warm up if you’ll be doing an exercise in higher levels or during sports game activity, a warm up designed for sports.
In starting a warm up, do 5-7 minutes low intensity of physical activities like jogging, walking, etc… Make a circular movement with your arm; it helps in warming your body muscle.
Avoid twisting and bending
When you bend forward to touch your toe, it can stress your abdomen and joints in the lower portion of your back. It’s really dangerous if you keep on bending forward with no support. Chances are your soft tissues and bones in the lower back might wear away.
Avoid the hooked leg sit-up
Your spine might be damage if you keep this type of exercise. Studies had proved that unsupported feet and lowest rung still is the best effective and safe exercise for your abdomen. Do not make a straight leg raise, or holding your legs to the air and then wave backward and forward. An excellent exercise for your abdomen has an unsupported feet, hands are relax, knees are bent and have slow, gradual curves.