Not going anywhere and having to keep your distance because it is still in a pandemic era does not mean you cannot exercise. There are many choices of exercises that can be done even if only in a boarding house. But, you have to remember, even if you don’t leave your place of residence, it doesn’t mean you are free to experience sports injuries. First, because you rarely exercise. Second, because it is not done in the right intensity, duration, or frequency. But, Mecayla added, sports injuries are not picky. Whether you exercise a lot or are just starting out, the risk is always there.
1. Wear comfortable shoes
Even though it’s only in a boarding house, keep using sports shoes to be more enthusiastic and successful in training. But, wear comfortable shoes, huh. It must be the right size or still fit for use. Ideally, the sneakers will function well for six months from the time you buy them. Also, choose shoes that are really designed for the sport – in particular, doing specific exercises not just for styling.
2. Understand how to use sports equipment
Just bought a treadmill but haven’t used it at all? Or, just have a stepping machine because you want to train your legs? First learn how these tools work so that they can be used properly and prevent “accidents” when using them. Plus, if you know how to use it, your sports targets or goals will be easier to achieve. One way is … Read MoreRead more