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Stretching has important implications for athletes who want to prevent injuries. Healthy body mechanics and healthy training go hand in hand. 8 Must-Do Stretches to Prevent & Recover from Workout Injuries. Now, gently move your back and neck backward. Hold on for a few seconds.
Slowly come back to the standing position. Repeating this a couple of times can act as an ideal stretch for the back, arms, and chest which can prevent an injury in these areas. Also, read: Good soreness vs bad soreness: Fitness experts share when you should stop working.
Try this stretching routine to ease muscle soreness, release lactic acid, and prevent injuries. After all, your muscles deserve a little TLC after working so hard. The following nine stretches are recommended by leading fitness trainers, Matt Dawson and Kisar Dhillon. If you exercise you can call yourself a fitness person and if you call yourself a fitness person you’ve probably experienced some sort of soreness or injury. While one is quite temporary, both can be somewhat debilitating and the later can completely derail your fitness efforts–not cool.
One easy way to speed up recovery time and help prevent injury? Stretching. Sure, it’s time-consuming. We’ve all been there: you’ve crushed a tough workout only to be rewarded with stiff, aching muscles the morning after.
Or you’ve signed up for a race, only to be stopped by a bad knee. Our team. Does stretching prevent injury?
While all sports and activities have inherent risks and some injuries are unavoidable, a proper warm-up before activity (which may or may not include stretching) is the best way to reduce the risk of injury. Here are four stretches that can help reduce injury risk by improving both flexibility and mobility. Buy yourself a new pair and gradually increase your workout intensity by no more than 10 percent a week to prevent shin splints, Trowbridge says. If you find yourself with shin pain, a combination of stretching, foam rolling and trigger point therapy (a type of concentrated pressure applied to tight spots) can get you headed toward recovery.
Most workout injuries will heal on their own in 4 weeks or less. If the injury has not improved within a week, or if it gets worse, seek medical care. And always use common sense. Once again, small movements are the name of the game when it comes to exercises to help you recover from an injury.
Even though this might not look or seem like much, rebuilding the strength in your knee takes time and is done with baby steps. These 13 Leg Stretches Will Prevent Pain and Injury During Exercise Dr. Brent Wells, D.C.
Chiropractic doctor currently leading over 10,000 Alaskans to more active, pain-free lifestyles – without addictive drugs or invasive surgeries.
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