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Stretching prior to doing cardio is not recommended. In fact, you should do it after the workout is over.
If you don’t have too much time to train, then consider doing these stretches in the shower after you’ve finished your workout.
DOMS is what you’re going to experience twenty four hours or forty eight hours after having engaged in a physically demanding workout. Rest assured, as this is not an injury, but the normal effects of the workout on the body.
Use a foam roller to massage your muscles after each workout. If you’re a runner, try these exercises.
Know exactly when to apply heat or ice to relieve pains and aches.
Consider doing exercises in order to prevent injury when running.
Be sure to raise the incline to 2% when running on a treadmill, since this way you can easily prevent shin splints.
Consider doing foot stretches to effectively prevent plantar fasciitis.
Always take rest days, since they are very useful for 3 reasons: they give you a mental break, help prevent injury and lastly, they make it easy for your body to properly recover.
Having a rest day gives your muscles a hard-earned break from a self-induced beating at the gym.