After the summer break, it is time to return to training, but how should you resume your routine so that your body adapts and responds correctly?
After a period of inactivity, whether little or a lot, the body has a hard time adapting to the pace of your training, therefore, do not do crazy things or stick marathon days since all you will get with this will be stiffness, injuries, and demotivation.
So that this does not happen, we leave you a series of guidelines to perform before, during, and after your training that will help you return to the routine without errors. Include them in your daily træne udenfor, and you will notice that your body adapts much better without pain or fatigue.
- Always Start Progressively: Start your training smoothly and increase the loads or levels of the exercises. Little by little and increasing the intensity as your training progresses.
- Start Your Training Always With A Warm-UpDone In An Orderly Manner: It must be intense and directed to all parts of the body. Muscles, after warm-up exercises, are less likely to suffer injuries. It is always best to prevent than to cure.
- PerformsJoint Mobilization Work To Prepare The Body For Subsequent Exercises: Joint mobility is essential to ensure complete preparation and recovery of body tissues in the face of physical exertion.
- CombineStrength And Cardio Exercises: It helps to eliminate fat faster; the result is 10 times more effective. Also, your body will develop to the maximum allowing the two types of exercise to complement each other. To get the most out of this combination, it is advisable to start with strength training and then cardiovascular. Cardiovascular activity increases the fat burning process, and strength exercises, on the other hand, help to “tone up.”
Make Basic Movement Patterns: Try to include them in all your workouts:
- Lower train exercises
- Top train exercises
- Middle or core exercises
Hydrate A Lot And Often: All the liquid we lose in the form of sweat training must be replenished so as not to suffer dehydration, discomfort, fatigue, cramps. In addition, water regulates body temperature, lubricates joints, and helps transport nutrients, key factors for the correct return to training.
And, Of Course, Accompany Your Training With A Good Diet: As you know, the combination of physical activity and good nutrition is essential for your life to be healthy. It is not complicated to eat in a healthy and varied way.
You already have the keys to return to your routine without posing an impossible challenge. The most important thing is that you carry it out daily and constantly to avoid that the effects of the return to training are not heavy enough to abandon the first change.
With these and more keys, it will be easy to make the return a mission more than possible. You need the motivation that our coaches will give you and set goals to achieve.