Exercise is a thoroughly enjoyable activity that encourages our body and mind, but when after a good workout to follow stiffness our momentum seems to become extinct. Is there a way to avoid it?
Physical activity begins warming up the last stretch and every part of the process is just as important as the time we devote to acclimate our bodies to the effort as the minutes that relaxed every muscle to prevent contractures and subsequent tensions.
First thing you must remember is that the exercise must end in a progressive manner and never in one fell swoop, we must go down the progress little by little until an end completely stopped indulging in each muscle that we have worked.
When it comes to cardiovascular activities such as walking, running or cycling, we must reduce the pace until reach a moderate speed, by at least two minutes, in this way not only our hearts will decrease the march but we will be preventing the appearance of injuries and soreness, common when we stop in short.
Stretching is one of the most important parts of the exercise because it will help relieve tension and relax the muscles that you have worked, either through cardio activities, lifting weights or doing repeat exercises. If you do not know where to start it is best to go to a coach or an aerobics class, in this way you will know major stretching and muscles working, achieving more effective results.
Remember that exercise requires a little time to get it right from start to finish, guaranteeing us all its beneficial contributions while maintaining the health of our muscles.