Many of us, who actually want to lose some weight or get into shape, hesitate because we are afraid that our bodies won’t cope up with the new trend, resulting in bruises here and there accompanied by cramps. Then there are even those of us who consider post-workout cramps as injuries instead of ‘sweet pain’ that actually tells us that we’re targeting the right spots while exercising.
But this guide is for those who fear injuries or have gotten some major ones during workout sessions because let’s face it: nobody wants to just awein get hurt and it certainly kills the motivation to get up on the treadmill again for most of us. After that, you get to hear ammi ki daant about how you really didn’t need to do all that exercise in the first place. So how to avoid the daant as well as the hurt? Keep reading.
Have Some Guidance
Let us spare a few moments of silence to admit the fact that the Pakistani awaam just simply loves being over-efficient, period. Many of us don’t know the kind of workouts we need to be doing and do them anyway just because that trainer on the TV morning show said that it would help us lose some pounds. There are exercises that are different for each body type and in order to know which one works out the best for our body, we need to consult a professional.
Slow And Steady Sheds The Weight
Yep, you read that right. Not only are we over-efficient, we are also the greatest bey-sabray there can ever be. So one day you just decide to start working on those abs and with your motivation level being on 100, you just jump right into it and try all sorts of workouts you possibly can. This would hurt your body. Warm up is the key and targeting different parts of the body on different days is what would help.
Have Some Company
If you do not have a personal trainer or a professional to help, it’s always good to workout with a friend. There are a couple of ways in how this can benefit you, the topmost being that you both can keep a check on whether the moves are being made in the correct angle. This really helps prevent injuries. You can also help each other lift so that you do not get yourself hurt in the very beginning.
Judge The Kind Of Pain
Each and every single gym junkie needs to check whether the pain they are experiencing after a workout session is actually the good kind or the other way around. Cramps and burns are quite normal whereas constantly felt soreness as well as a pulsing pain does not indicate an over worked-out body and that is where you need to pause.
Look For Signs
They say it truly is important to listen to your body and pick the signs that it’s trying to give you. A lot of us just ignore what the body is trying to tell and keep on training it until it gets exhausted. A simple example of this is when you are sweating a bit extra one day after gym. This is a sign that your body has lost ample amount of hydration, therefore, you need to make sure you drink enough water that day to reload the muscles.