How to get in shape safely..

Updated: Aug 19, 2019

Your wellness level depends on getting a string of workouts done 2-3 times a week, but how you approach your new program will determine whether it upgrades your health and fitness or causes the exact opposite of your intention.

Push yourself too hard too fast and even if you’re using an easy to use machine you could make gaining health from exercise more difficult, indeed it’s like wearing the wrong shoes while you’re jogging. Something so easy nearly anyone can do with no troublesome side effects but, if you‘re jogging in the wrong shoes you could easily harm yourself. Not because you were out of shape but because you were not aware of the dangers of having the wrong shoes on. That‘s why it’s suggested that, if you have an existing wellbeing/health issue, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, a history of heart diseases, or you are a smoker, you must contact your doctor before starting any vigorous physical activity so you don’t accidentally hurt your health while trying to get into better health.

Tips to get into shape safely:

  • Once your doctor gives you the go-ahead to workout, the tips below can assist you in training safely and avoid injuries:

  • Take five to 10 minutes to warm up and cool down properly.

  • Begin gradually and boost your activity level slowly unless you're already working out regularly and vigorously. 2-3 days a week.

  • Be mindful that starting at a level too difficult or training too frequently can cause overuse injuries like pulls, hardened or sore joints and muscles, and inflammation in ligaments and tendons. Sports using repetitive motions such as swimming (shoulders), running (knees, lower legs, and feet), and tennis (elbows) are regularly abused body parts. So, remember to blend diverse activities to complement your main form of exercises and do not neglect adequate rest.

Listen to your body. Hold off on workouts when you're hurt or feeling exceptionally exhausted. Cut back intensity so you can finish a workout session, rest if you feel faint after your workout or if you feel too exhausted.

  • If you stop working out for a while, drop back to a lower level workout when you start again. If you're doing strength training, for example, lift lighter weights or do fewer reps or sets.

  • For most individuals, drinking the recommended amount of water is adequate. But if you're working out particularly difficult or doing a marathon, select drinks that supply fundamental electrolytes.

  • Select the appropriate clothing and shoes for your workout. Replace shoes every six month to a year as cushion can wear out. For strength training, great form is fundamental. At first utilize no weight, or light weights, when learning the workout. Never give up form by rushing to increase reps or sets, or battling in order to lift heavier weights.

  • Working out energetically in hot, sticky conditions can lead to genuine overheating and dehydration. Workout amid cooler morning or evening hours or at an air-conditioned gym whenever possible.

  • Dress appropriately for cold-weather workouts to avoid hypothermia. Depending on the temperature, wear layers you can peel off as you warm up.

All the tips listed are very helpful to exercise at 3Pboxing safely. If you have continuous pain or injuries in your body then consult with your doctor for better advice.

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