It’s common sense for everyone to warm up before sports. When I was a child, before physical education class, after class, the teacher would take everyone to do exercises. After that, I asked everyone to run. This is the warm-up exercise. The purpose of warm-up is to stretch the muscles of the body and ensure that you can enter the state quickly during the exercise. In addition, it can also avoid muscle injury or ligament strain during exercise.
It’s difficult for obese people to exercise. If they don’t do warm-up exercise, they are prone to accidents and discomfort in the process of exercise. For example, the next day of exercise is very easy to backache, leg pain, etc., it takes a long time to recover.
No matter before or after exercise, you should replenish water for your body in time. The former is to avoid dehydration caused by the body consuming a lot of energy during exercise. The latter is to make up for lost water and keep the body hydrated.
If there is enough water in the human body, the metabolism of the body will speed up, so as to better help the body excrete waste and toxins, and then help the body lose weight. But remember, no matter when you drink water, you should take a sip. It’s easy to choke yourself if you drink too much, and it’s not good for your body to absorb.