So … Physical education.
This article will be useful for those who not so long ago began to train, as well as those who do not systematically perform physical activity. Problems you may encounter:
With the beginning of training, your body will begin to experience unusual loads and respond to them with new sensations. Know in advance what to prepare for.
1. Pain in the muscles.
She is a “delayed post-workout pain”.
It is completely not dangerous, it is only a small inflammation in the places of microtrauma of muscle fibers. As a rule, peak training pain occurs 24 hours after training.
An unpleasant condition in which the level of sugar in your blood is dangerous and rapidly decreases. It often happens that, having forgotten to eat on time, a novice comes into the hall and after 10-15 minutes of training falls into a hypoglycemic swoon. Always have a full meal an hour and a half before training and work under the guidance of an experienced trainer who knows how to return a temporarily “gone” client to life.
3. A slight increase in temperature and pulse at rest.
By the evening after a workout, or even the next day, you may feel that your heart beats a little more actively than you normally do when it is at rest. This condition can last up to several hours and is associated with a metabolic response to excessive loads. Do not exercise too intensely and in excessively warm clothes, especially at night.
Rough palms with hard calluses are a sign of every serious athlete, as they say). However, if you need to protect your hands for one reason or another, you can use special shell gloves. Keep in mind that with gloves the grip on the bar is slightly worse than when working with your bare palm. This is the inevitable comfort fee.
Most beginners have problems with the endurance of the cardiovascular system, after approaches they may experience short-term dizziness. This usually happens when iterating with a load – the working weight was too heavy, the repetitions made too many, the exercise chose too energy-intensive. Wear a heart rate monitor during training and try not to raise your heart rate above 140-150 beats per minute during the approach. As soon as the pulse reaches the indicated numbers, immediately complete the approach. And do not start the next set until the heart slows down to 110 beats per minute and lower.
This is the first sign of overtraining or incorrect timing. Finish training too late (less than 2 hours before bedtime) or overdo it with loads – you can say goodbye to good night. Finish earlier or reduce the intensity of your workouts until you start to sleep normally again.
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