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Setting fitness time: When should we refrain from training?

Setting fitness time: When should we refrain from training?

Just as you determine a fitness time and how to do it, you must also know when to refrain from this. In different physical situations, fitness exercises may harm your health. On this topic, here is the next article.

Just as there is time for fitness, there are also physical conditions due to which the planned fitness training must be delayed. When you have a fever (even mild), after illness, when there is muscle pain, fatigue, problems, and other physical conditions, you should take a day of rest instead of going out to a very stressful fitness training. After enough rest, and sometimes after consulting a doctor, you can return to your regular exercises.

When there is a fever:

When the body temperature rises, you should stay at home and rest. Your immune system resists pollution, and should not be burdened with more. Doing physical exercises while there is a rise in temperature, even a slight one, can be dangerous due to the increase in body temperature, fluid loss and an unhealthy heartbeat.

When catching a cold:

Here opinions differ. When you have a cold, you can exercise, but it is a good idea to do only light exercise, without much effort. Experts did not find a relationship between light exercise during colds and deteriorating disease, but moderate training and hygiene must be maintained so that the rest of the trainees in the gym do not become infected.

After an asthma attack:

If you suffer from asthma and have had an asthma attack in the past few days, even if it is a mild seizure, the fit time is not appropriate, give up training in the gym on the following days. After you stop exercising and staying under medical supervision, you can go back and practice the training, but be sure to warm up for 10 minutes, and be more attentive to your body. If you feel tired or weak, stop the exercise. It is also preferable to take the inhaler with you when returning to training and in general when doing physical exercise.

When the stomach is full:

When your stomach is full after eating a hearty meal, a lot of blood is pumped, and a lot of energy is directed to the stomach that digests the meal. Do not exercise in this case. Wait a few hours, you can even eat something else and then go for training.

When the stomach is empty:

When your stomach is empty and your body is empty of energy, then it is forbidden to exercise. You put yourself at risk of dizziness and even fainting because of the increased effort without having enough energy in the body.

After a night of restlessness:

In the case of moderate fatigue, it is possible to do fitness training, and sometimes even it is advised to do this because training is often a great way to wake up and start the day after a mild exhaustion. But in case of extreme fatigue, after a night of insomnia, training is not recommended. Not only will you not reach effective training, but training in a state of fatigue can also be dangerous due to dizziness, falls and even muscle spasms.

Topical muscle pain:

Have you been running, biking and exercising in the gym, where you felt pain in one of the active members only when doing the effort and not during rest? Disturbing ankle pain while running, pain in the joints when exercising in the gym ... These are all indications of a mechanical problem (in the professional language) in the muscle tissue, tendons or bones so the training should be stopped and checked by the doctor.

Back to training:

After you've stopped your routine workout due to one of these reasons and then solved it, it's time to return to your fitness training! If you haven't trained for less than a week, start with almost 80% of the difficulty of the original training and slowly return to full effort. If the break is longer than a week, start with 60% and slowly increase the degree of difficulty accordingly. Increase your effort by 10% every week, and you can get back to full fitness quickly.
Setting fitness time: When should we refrain from training?
Mohamed Hamed


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