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Tips on Exercise Load management

It’s that time of year, we start getting ready for our new years resolutions. here some tips to help not over do it!

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  1. Start with a proper warm-up: A warm-up is important to prepare your body for the workout and reduce the risk of injury. Start with some light cardio or dynamic stretches to get your heart rate up and loosen up your muscles.

  2. Use proper form: Proper form is crucial for maximizing the effectiveness of your workouts and minimizing the risk of injury. If you’re unsure of how to perform a particular exercise, ask a trainer or do some research online to ensure you’re doing it correctly.

  3. Gradually increase the weight: When starting a new exercise or increasing the intensity of your workouts, it’s important to gradually increase the weight you’re lifting. This allows your muscles to adapt to the increased load and prevents overexertion.

4. Take breaks: It’s important to give your body time to recover between workouts. Take at least one day off each week to allow your muscles to repair and rebuild. You can also incorporate active recovery techniques, such as foam rolling or light cardio, to help reduce muscle soreness and improve flexibility.

 

5. Listen to your body: Pay attention to how your body is feeling during and after your workouts. If you’re feeling overly fatigued or experiencing pain, it may be time to take a break or adjust your routine. Don’t push yourself too hard – it’s better to take it slow and steady to avoid injury and ensure long-term success.

Debby Scott

By following these tips, you can effectively manage the load on your body and get the most out of your workouts. Remember to always listen to your body and consult with a professional if you have any concerns.

Can Complete Care help?

 

Complete Care Physio and Osteo Wallan, Fawkner and Point Cook have clinicians with a special interest intreating many locals with Load mangement.

 

If you are having trouble and would like assistance by one of our Physios or Osteos in our Wallan, Point Cook and Fawkner locations, please feel free to call us on 5769-1731 or book online via our website www.completecarephysio.com.au/book-online

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