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Best Ways to Prevent Sports Injuries

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Although it is healthy for the body and mind to do sports, there is always a risk of an injury when you are busy with your sports activities.

However, there are several ways that contribute to the prevention of injuries and in this article you will find the best methods to prevent sports injuries:

Know Your Body Limit

You should be aware what the limit of your body is and make sure not to overdo it.

Exercise Level

Build up the level and intensity of your exercises gradually. If you are pushing too hard right away, you will bring more harm to your body than it does good.

Warm up and Cooling Down

Before starting a game or other sports activities, make sure to do a warm up, including stretching and flexing your muscles. After your activity, you should follow an appropriate cooling down.

Spread Your Activities

Plan your sports activities in advance and do not try to put all sports activities in a too short period of time.

Wear The Right Shoes

Wear shoes that fit properly, feel comfortable, are stable and absorb shocks.

Food and Drinks

Stay hydrated and eat a healthy, well-balanced diet.

Wear Protective Gear

Make sure to wear protective gear, such as helmets, mouth guards or eye protection, during your sports activities. The kind of protective gear is of course dependent on the type of sport.

Know The Rules

Make sure you know the rules of the game you play. Research shows that when everyone knows the rule of the game, fewer injuries happen.

Do Not Play When You Are Injured

Although playing sports gives a wonderful feeling, it is not wise to exercise when you’re injured, because it may worsen your injury. Also do not play when you are fatigued or in pain.


Rest is an important element in your sports activity schedule. It prevents overuse injuries and fatigue.

Getting Injured

Despite a perfect preparation, you still could pick up a sports injury. If this happens, stop exercising. If you continue, you are only causing more harm. If you feel severe pain, haven swollen body parts,cannot put any weight on the injured area or feel numb, then you should see a doctor.


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