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*If you experience pain during your routine, stop and assess the discomfort. If it is due to a lack of flexibility or improper form (e.g., if you are pushing too hard on a joint), then modifications should be implemented before continuing. For instance, stretching can improve flexibility levels; alternatively, modifying certain exercises may reduce strain on demanding joints.* What’s Next? *Try this: instead of performing an exercise that could potentially cause issues with your back in general (if there is not enough room for movement) or at specific points-of-pain, modify the move so as to avoid these areas altogether. This way, you will lessen any potential risk factors when exercising by avoiding high impact moves that put stress on* This paragraph could be modified slightly to give more specific information about the importance of flexibility.
*Source: Fit Stretch. “What are the benefits of flexibility?” Accessed November 11, 2018.
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We’ll start by editing my list that I created at the beginning of this article so we can have a visual representation of what needs to happen on our long-form content pages (i.e., how many bullet points should there be per paragraph?). Here’s an* Bullet Point:
– You need to be flexible enough for the exercises that will be performed in your routine, but also note any pain and make modifications if necessary.
– If you are not flexible enough or have experienced pain during workouts, then it is important to modify them accordingly or find an alternative exercise.
– Flexibility should be assessed both before a workout regimen begins as well as during the working out.
– Before starting a workout routine, take into account your current flexibility levels so that you can modify exercises accordingly (to avoid injury) and know which moves may provide discomfort when executed; this way, you will reduce potential risks of getting injured while exercising.*
What’s Next? IfBefore you start a workout regimen, it is important to assess your current flexibility levels. If you are not flexible enough for the exercises that will be performed in your routine, then you need to modify them accordingly or find an alternative exercise. You should also take note of any pain that occurs during workouts and make modifications if necessary; this way, you can prevent injuries from occurring.