66 Laws You CAN NOT Ignore in Fitness-7

31. Do not overcomplicate the exercises and techniques:

In fitness training, we may be drawn to some advanced movements and techniques, thinking that they are more challenging and more effective. However, overly complex movements may not be suitable for beginners.

Complex movements require higher technical requirements and physical coordination, which easily poses the risk of injury. Beginners should start with simple movements and techniques and gradually increase the difficulty. Mastering the correct posture and skills of basic movements can better lay a solid foundation for subsequent advanced movements.

32. Do not let fitness interfere with daily life and work:

Fitness is to improve the quality of life and health, not let it interfere with our daily life and work. Sometimes, being too focused on fitness can cause us to neglect other important things, resulting in less productivity at work or less time for socializing.

Arrange your fitness time reasonably so that you don't take up too much time that should belong to other activities. Choose between short, efficient workouts during the week and longer sessions on weekends. Only by maintaining a balance between life and fitness can fitness become a part of our life, rather than let it become the master of our life.

33. The importance of periods of adaptation and recovery cannot be overlooked:

During fitness, we stimulate the body's adaptations through training, making the body gradually stronger. However, training is only a stimulus and the real effect occurs during recovery.

The adaptation and recovery periods are when the body rebuilds and repairs. If we don't give the body enough time to recover, frequent high-intensity training can lead to overtraining and the risk of injury.

Therefore, when formulating a training plan, it is necessary to arrange the adaptation period and recovery period reasonably. Give the body enough rest time to help the muscles and nervous system recover, so that the body can better adapt to new challenges in the next training session.

34. Failure to skip proper heart rate monitoring:

Heart rate is an important indicator of exercise intensity. Through heart rate monitoring, we can understand our exercise intensity during training, and ensure that the exercise is within a moderate range and will not be overtrained.

During aerobic exercise, devices such as heart rate belts or wristbands can be used to monitor heart rate in real time. Generally speaking, the target heart rate range is 60% to 80% of the maximum heart rate. Through heart rate monitoring, we can adjust the training intensity to make training more efficient.

At the same time, in strength training, the heart rate can also be controlled through proper rest time. In the training of heavy weight and low number of times, the rest time is longer, and the heart rate can gradually recover. During light, high-rep workouts, the rest periods are short and the heart rate is kept relatively high.

35. Can't do high-intensity training without sleep:

Sleep is an important time for the body to recover and repair, and is key to making progress in fitness. If we don't get enough sleep, the body is in a state of fatigue, which may affect the training effect and increase the risk of injury.

Intensive training without sleep can make the body more tired, which may lead to weakened immunity and susceptibility to infection. Moreover, lack of sleep will affect the work of the brain and emotional control, which may lead to inattention and inaccurate movements during training.

Therefore, to ensure adequate sleep time every day, adults generally need 7-9 hours of sleep. Only by allowing the body to recover with sufficient sleep can we go all out in training and obtain better fitness results.


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