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Wednesday, 13 June 2012
SHARP STABBING PAIN
Our body is the best
machine which can provide the warning signal at the very first knock of the big problem. But most of the time we
ignore its signals which results into big injuries.
There is a proverb you
most familiar with “NO PAIN NO GAIN”.
But friends you have to develop a
great sense of understanding between the pain which is useful for muscle growth
and the pain which can bring a long period bed rest or may ruin your whole
The pain which is sharp
and of stabbing nature (increases exponentially with exercise) must not be ignored
at the first step.
PRONE TARGET AREAS
ØPeriphery of deltoids
Mostly generated while
doing inclined dumbbells press, side lateral raises, military press etc.
Mostly generated due to heavy
dead lift and squat without gym belt.
ØUse GYM BELT while doing heavy weight
ØPerform DEAD LIFT with standard
ØAvoid any further increment in pain
by suitable Postures.
ØAvoid doing exercises for that body
part which is under recovery.
ØIf you are suffering from lower back
pain, then while lifting any weights from ground, bend your knees as close to
ground as possible for you, so that the strain will get distributed.
The condition when you have
not enough energy to go for workout training. This often lead to faintness.
ØWhen you have insufficient amount of
calories with you
ØWhen your body is not hydrated
ØWhen you are tired, and need rest to
NOTE: This condition is most often found
in persons who use to go for gym training
at morning timmings.so if you use to attend morning workout session
ØTake a healthy hours of rest at night
ØAvoid night outs.
ØFeed your body with enough calories
before going to GYM.