There are many benefits to running. It can burn fat, sculpt a perfect figure, exercise cardiopulmonary function, and strengthen muscle strength. But not everyone is suitable for this sport. For those who are not suitable for running, running may threaten their lives. Who are not suitable for running?
As we all know, running is an aerobic exercise. Running requires a lot of oxygen and consumes sugar, fat and protein to power the body. The faster the running speed and the faster the heart rate, the more blood pumped by the heart will increase the burden on the heart and blood vessels and increase the risk of exercise for patients with cardiovascular disease.
Severe obese refers to obese people whose body fat rate is far more than 28%. The obese people s lower limbs bear most of the body s weight, and they have already been under great pressure. If they are still running, they will only “add to the ice” the joints of the lower limbs, which may cause knee injuries. Therefore, it is recommended that severely obese people do less or not exercise such as rope skipping, running and other exercises that are stressful to the joints, and can do more exercise such as swimming and brisk walking.
It is not suitable for diabetic patients to run immediately after insulin injection to avoid hypoglycemia. Severe diabetic patients are also not suitable for running without insulin injections or acute infection and fever. Because the patient s insulin level is low at this time, the body s glucose cannot meet the energy supply of running, and the body will consume a lot of fat to provide energy for exercise. And a large amount of fat metabolites, ketone bodies, may cause human poisoning.
Running is a kind of exercise that fully exercises the lower limbs, and has certain requirements for the flexibility of the knee joint. For those who have suffered serious knee injuries, running is not recommended immediately after recovery. You can start with brisk walking and start step by step. After the situation turns around, you can consider jogging. However, if recurrent episodes of the knee joint are found, it is recommended to stop running.
Warm up and move muscles and ligaments through some simple stretching movements before running to allow the body to enter the state of motion, which can avoid muscle injuries or ligament strains during running.
The faster the speed does not mean the better the weight loss effect. If you are not a regular exerciser, you should start jogging when you start running, and then speed up according to your physical condition. Instead of running quickly as soon as it comes up.
The body will send out signals before sudden death or knee injury, so to avoid running injuries, we must pay attention to these signals. Difficulty breathing, dizziness, and slight pain in the knee occurred during the process. It is recommended to stop running and rest to the side. Never try to stubbornly continue to run down.