Published On: Fri, Feb 12th, 2016

5 Tips for training at gym


Some people join gym to get benefits but they frequently suffer from injuries and wonder about the cause. The postures and methods of workout play a significant role in your injuries and pains at gym.

Here are some suggestions for you.

Stop jerking

Stop jolting your weights and your body, it just be a reason for injuries and pain and will not give any benefit to your muscles. Try to be smooth and it will give the best outcome. The jolts and jerks all through lifting weights will give you injuries for example joint pain, muscle pulls, even fractures.

Slow movements 

Hast makes waste. Don’t try to be quick because muscle fibers need slow but smooth movement to build size and strength. Take time and do a appropriate workout.

Pain in the neck 

Summer season is the best time for your six pack abs. if you want to reduce belly fat then do not place your hand on your neck as you pull your neck forward and this will lead to a severe neck pain. In its place, put your hand on your chest or by your side. If it’s your habit to place your hands behind your head, then employ them just as markers. Stop compelling your head forward in order to balance or begin the crunching movement.
Squat right 

Balance and body alignment is significant for squat. Do not try to bend too forward nor try to go down below your knee level. Curve your back, tight your abs, head up and alignment your body. Stop letting your knees cross your toes and stop locking your knees when you lift yourself.
Full range motion 

If you perform easy and few exercises in a proper way, it will beneficial for you instead of doing more exercise incorrectly. There are two advantages: your joints are more movable, but more significantly your muscle has an increase of force when entirely extensive.



About the Author

Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.