As before starting a workout, we must make a proper warm-up, in the end, it must focus on the body to return to calm properly to improve recovery processes, avoid possible injuries and better assimilate training. Today we give you some little tricks on how to finish a career training.
The first and most important thing is to return to the state of rest progressively. That is, we are not worth that to finish a 10-kilometer run, stop and sit and rest. After having had a good time beating at more revolutions than normal, we must go from running at a normal pace to a low rate, then walking and finally stopping. We can slow down for two minutes, then jog very gently for another minute and end up walking another couple of minutes before stopping.
The dynamic stretches at the end of career training will also come in handy to loosen the muscles. We should focus on hamstrings, buttocks, quadriceps, and twins. It is not about doing a session to improve flexibility, but about gently stretching those muscles that have been contracting for a long time. At no time should pain or discomfort appear when we perform these stretches back to calm.
The breath can also work it to return to normal. After the effort, our cardiovascular system has an oxygen debt to pay, so breathing is still agitated. We will go from short and shallow inspirations to long, deep and accompanied by exhalation inspirations.
There are those who like to finish the workouts with a little training for the abdomen. If we have not finished excessively tired there is no problem, since it is a very necessary muscle group in the corridors and this can be a good time to work it.
In short, it is about restoring normality in the cardiovascular, respiratory and muscular system, hence we lower the running pace from more to less, make gentle stretches and focus on proper breathing. It is not a good idea, although something very tempting, to lie down after training since that is to go to absolute zero and not to an intermediate state of calm.