First of all, you must be aware of the weak spots in your body. Recurring pain in any organ, soreness in a body part or a stiff back are clear indicators of risk. Stretch out those muscles before engaging in any rigorous activity.
Wraps, braces or supporting gears can be effectively used to avoid any injury during workouts.
Perform stretching exercises to loosen up your entire body muscles and increase flexibility. A number of books and online demonstrations are available on stretching and flexibility of body muscles.
Focus on your core muscles to avoid back sprains and improve your balance. Stronger your muscles grow, better your fitness gets and lesser grows the chances to incur injury.
Regularly visit a chiropractor and a massage therapist to ‘tune-ups’. This will keep your muscles in alignment, help you prevent injuries and recover quickly from any problems you already have.
The place of your workout must be safe for performing such activities. Your workspace should be wide enough to perform your moves freely, without any hint of hitting anything in the process.
Ergonomic furniture at home and office will also help your body to align with its true shape while you are working or just relaxing.
Anti-slip tapes or mats near tubs, swimming pools and stairs are necessary to avoid any unfortunate slips. Safer the environment around you, better it is for your fitness.
A lot of people incur sprains while lifting heavy things at home or office. Look for reorganizing storage areas or kitchen cupboards so that you don’t have to regularly lift heavy items every now and then.
Be careful while performing any physical activity at home or office and be aware of how any move will affect your certain body parts. Avoid putting yourself at risk to sprains and enjoy a healthy living.
Always try to move slowly when stretching your body. If any pain is felt while performing a certain activity, contact a physiotherapist for immediate examination.