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Introduction:

Back Pain occurs particularly  during exercise, especially when we are just beginning a workout program. Back muscle strain occurs through overexertion and when we do not warm up properly before working out. Weak and shortened muscles also play a role in back pain, due to core muscles in the back, abdominals, legs and buttocks helps our spine to maintain its alignment.

Acute Injuries

Acute sprains that stretch the muscles in our back beyond normal capacity appeals to be the most common sports-related injury. Many exercises of a gym workout are meant to build strength and stamina in the muscles. These exercises also causes injury if our body is not  used to the work its being asked to perform. Lower back sprains occur when you lift heavy weight, add another set, or start to work in bad postures.

Overuse Injuries

Overuse back injuries happen when we work on a particular group of muscles over an extended period of time. When we work out, either lifting weights or performing aerobic activity, our muscle tissue breaks down slightly. If we do not adequately rest our muscles properly, we are prone to get a  muscle pull or tear. Chronic mild overuse can be just as debilitating as a severe injury. Overuse can lead to lower back pain, muscle strain and even degenerative disk disease.

Shortened Muscles

When we contract our muscles during lifting movements, they become shorter and more compact. Shortened muscles in your back, abdomen, buttocks, hips and quadriceps can lead to back injuries. Stretching is a key element of preventing back pain, and should be included in every workout at the gym. Warm up for at least five minutes to stretch the major muscle groups in your body. Stretch again while you are cooling down after your workout, focusing on the muscles that can help you prevent back pain.

Weak Muscles

Our posture may be affected if we have weak core muscles in our back, abdomen and buttocks. Increasing core strength helps maintain spine health. Strong abdominal muscles, particularly the deep abdominal muscle, considered to be important in supporting our spine. Strong quadriceps, or the front thigh muscles, can prevent injuries when we lift heavy objects. If our legs are weak, we are more likely to use your back to lift, increasing risk of a pull or sprain. Muscle pain and stiffness after a workout is not uncommon, particularly in initial phases of activities. Muscle pain and stiffness which occurs immediately  after our workout,  probably due to overexertion. Pain and stiffness from overexertion should go away within two days.

PREVENTION:

A warm-up  exercise includes  general warm-up and a specific warm-up. A general warm-up will help to improve blood flowing through the entire body and relaxes the muscles .Eg: Doing jumping jacks for several minutes or riding a stationary bike. A specific warm-up helps the muscles  to perform, without resistance Ex:  Going through the motions of lifting weights without the weights..

Ergonomic care

How to prevent lower back and hernia injuries while working out:

  • Please  Don’t let your lower back pain hamper your quest for fitness!
  • In the gym setting however, most lower back pain and hernial injuries are not due to genetics alone, but instead are due to poor lifting techniques and poor planning.
  • Core strengthening and posture appears to be major goal for gym workouts
  • Start with fitness specialist to check out your posture before starting gym activities.
  • Stand naturally in front of the mirror. Check  your  lower back sway forward in the classic beer-gut posture (lordosis)? Or does it produce more of a “C” effect, curving backwards (kyphosis)?

Ergonomic Care:

  1. When performing weight training exercises, keep your abdominals tight and in a neutral spine posture.
  2. Keep your back straight. Lower back pain and injuries occur when, while lifting, the abdominals in relaxed position and the spin curved and/or twisted, and along with add on weight to spine.
  3. Keeping your head bent or raised at unnatural angles for extended amounts of time can cause strain. So having a document hanger or holding your materials up instead of setting
    1. After  exercising, make sure we stretch in  good posture. Helps to maintain our muscles loose as well as flexible and prevent these from tightening up.
    2. Rest  needed after stretching activity.
    3. When working on  laying positions place the cushions between legs.

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You could feel like resting, but transferring is right to your back. Exercises for lower returned ache can support again, belly, and leg muscular tissues. They help help your backbone, relieving returned ache. Constantly ask your fitness care expert before doing any exercising for back pain. Relying at the cause and depth of your pain, a few sports might not be encouraged and can be harmful.

Decrease back pain: how exercise helps. You may feel like resting, however transferring is right to your returned. Sports for decrease back pain can toughen lower back, stomach, and leg muscles. ... Relying at the cause and intensity of your ache, some physical activities may not be advocated and may be dangerous.

Workout is right for low returned ache -- but now not all exercises are beneficial. Any moderate discomfort felt on the begin of those sporting activities ought to disappear as muscle groups turn out to be more potent. However if pain is more than moderate and lasts greater than 15 mins throughout workout, sufferers need to prevent exercise and phone a health practitioner. Some physical activities may additionally irritate pain. Status toe touches, for example, placed greater strain on the disks and ligaments on your spine. They also can overstretch decrease lower back muscle mass and hamstrings.

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