1. Warm up
Everyone understands the need of warming up before exercise. When we were kids, the teacher would have us all do some warm-up exercises like running before the class started. This is a warm-up activity, and the purpose of a warm-up is to stretch the body's muscles and guarantee that you can swiftly transition into the workout action. It can also help to prevent muscular injury and ligament strain during exercise.
Obese people find it more difficult to exercise. Their bodies that have not exercised in a long time are prone to accidents and discomfort during exercise if they do not perform warm-up activities. Back discomfort, sore legs, and other symptoms are common on the second day of activity, and recovery takes a long time.
2. Replenish water in time
Whether it is before or after exercise, it is necessary to replenish water in time. The former is to avoid dehydration because the body consumes a lot of energy when exercising. The latter is to replace the lost water and keep the body well hydrated.
Water must be replenished in a timely manner, whether before or after activity. The first is to prevent dehydration, which occurs when the body consumes a lot of energy while exercising. The latter serves to replenish lost fluids and keep the body well hydrated.
3. Pay attention to breathing rhythm
Obese people will feel very tired when exercising, being overweight will bring a great burden to the body. Just walking a few steps will make them feel out of breath, let alone exercise. During exercise, if you don't pay attention to your breathing rhythm, you will feel dry mouth, dry throat, and you will feel very uncomfortable in the whole body.
Obese people will feel exhausted when they exercise, and being overweight will put a lot of strain on the body. They will be out of breath just walking a few steps, let alone exercising. If you don't pay attention to your breathing rhythm during exercise, you will experience dry mouth, dry throat, and general discomfort throughout your body.
When doing activities, it is recommended that you use cis-breathing or belly breathing. Both breathing techniques have their own set of benefits. The former may control rhythm, correlate with body movements, and make body movement easier. The latter, on the other hand, permits the body to inhale more oxygen while exercising, and when oxygen fills the entire abdomen, fat is burned more effectively.