Don’t take a shower right away.
- Strenuous exercise will make the capillaries open. Taking a shower right away will increase blood flow in the skin, resulting in insufficient blood supply to the heart and brain, dizziness in mild cases, collapse and shock in severe cases, and other chronic diseases.
- It is best to take a rest for about 30 minutes after the exercise and do some stretching before going to the bath
Don’t drink too much water during exercise.
- Drinking a lot of water will increase the circulating blood volume and increase the burden on the heart.
- It's best not to drink too much water during exercise. If you are really thirsty, just drink a little.
Don’t drink alcohol before /right after exercise.
- Drinking alcohol will increase blood pressure and other fluctuations and reduce the balance of the body (in medicine, it is called ataxia), which will increase the risk of exercise.
Exercise 3 to 4 days a week.
- Don't exercise every day. Remember that muscles need a certain amount of time to recover.
Exercise 30-90 minutes one time.
- You can take a proper rest for about 2-3 minutes between each group of exercises to make full use of the training time.