Should I wear a knee support?
These sports hurt the knees, pay attention!
With the improvement of living standards and the accelerated pace of life, many people, especially white-collar workers, are keen to run fitness cards, run on treadmills in the gym, or buy treadmills at home. One run is an hour. How much damage to the knee is running on a treadmill?
The biggest problem with treadmills is that they are fixed speed, and you are a little slower, and it is easy to fall off the treadmill. Treadmill exercise will cause shock damage to the meniscus and cartilage of the knee joint. At the same time, running exercise must be done by weight. It is necessary to control the amount of exercise. It is most important to choose moderate exercise according to different ages and physical conditions.
The knee joint is one of the joints with the most movement and weight. In general, torsion is the most likely to cause knee damage. Mountain climbing is a good aerobic exercise that can exercise our cardiopulmonary function and the strength of the leg muscles, but it is not conducive to the protection of the knee joint.
How to prevent knee injury?
1. Prevention of knee joint damage requires strengthening the muscle strength and balance ability training around the knee joint. Simply put, the muscles around the knees are strong enough to help the knees share some stress.
2. One is to pay attention to the amount of exercise, if you feel knee pain, rest.
3. It is very important that we want to do not hurt the knee joint? In addition to relying on muscle to protect. Usually practice muscle strength, and also rely on knee support to protect. The knee is more vulnerable to injury in the cold winter, so in the winter and spring season, you should also pay attention to keep your knees warm, and take care to avoid cold wind blowing your knees when you turn on the air conditioner in summer.
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