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Exercises

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1: Swiss Ball Crunch
1) Sit in an upright position on a flat bench with a DB in each hand. (You may rest each DB on the corresponding thigh.)



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2: Hamstring Exercises
1) Sit in an upright position on a flat bench with a DB in each hand. (You may rest each DB on the corresponding thigh.)



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3: Upper Body Plyometrics for Combat Sports
1) Sit in an upright position on a flat bench with a DB in each hand. (You may rest each DB on the corresponding thigh.)



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Information

"Running or other strenuous exercise is dangerous. You can hurt yourself."

Sure you can hurt yourself. Some athletes are always turning up with sprains, cuts, strains, dislocations and even fractures. But their injuries don't come from what they're doing - they come from the way they do it. They jump in too quickly, take on too much, or keep at it for too long a time.

stretchingYou can sUtay safe by warming up before you begin. Stretching helps prevent sprains and strains. If you are new to the sport, don't try to keep up with friends who have been doing it for years. Build up to their speed gradually. Make sure you have proper equipment and that it fits properly. Safety gear can be expensive, but that bicycle helmet for example, is a lot less expensive than a brain injury. If you get hurt, see your health care provider right away. Never try to "work through an injury" even if your coach advises you to do it. Tell the coach you'd rather wait for your health care provider's instructions.

Marathons are not for growing bodies. So, they are not the best exercise for teenagers. The10 K is the maximum distance you should run while you are still developing according to most health care providers. Marathons take too much energy and nutrients from young bones and cells that are needed for growth, so you're better off waiting until you reach your full height. Then you will have energy to spare to cover that distance.

"Exercise has to hurt. No pain, no gain."

You don't have to hurt your body to help it, and anyone who says that you do is leading you to trouble. Pain during or after exercise indicates that something is wrong. Either you are overdoing it, or you injured yourself. Listen to your body! All it takes to get something from exercise is effort. Making an effort means getting your body to move faster or work harder it than it does under normal conditions. How much harder? Enough to feel yourself breathing harder (but not losing breath and gasping for air) and to raise your pulse. A high pulse means that your heart is getting a work out too.

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