the improper execution of weight training may lead to injury. When the
exercise is difficult to execute at the end of the exercise set the
tendency to use other muscle groups to assist the method is quite
common. This might result in involvement of the weaker muscles that
cannot bear the weight. This results in serious injuries. So
weight-training exercises must be performed in a proper way under
Whenever a pain is felt during the exercise
should be stopped. But all discomforts do not necessarily mean that
there is injury. Weight training exercises should be brief and intense.
Not many people can accustom them with weight training. The expression
‘no pain, no gain’ is quite apt here and it indicates working through
the discomfort resulted from vigorous effort. But negligence of extreme
pain is dangerous as this might be the sign of soft-tissue injury.
Muscle Fatigue in Weight Training
during weight training can result due to other factors. The trainee who
repeats the set of exercises again and again can experience burning
sensations in their muscles. This is not resulted from lactic-acid
build up, as is believed popularly. In these cases a sense of swelling
in the muscles may also be experienced due to the increased blood flow.
True muscle fatigue involves the motor unit of the nervous system
rather than only the muscle fibers. Temporary muscle failure may result
in extreme neural fatigue. Most of the athletes experience muscle
failure during their career from time to time.
Safety Measures during Weight Training
maintain the safety during weight training beginners are recommended to
build up slowly during the weight training program. The individuals who
do not take weight training might have comperatively stronger muscles
than other. If the primary muscles are stonger than the stabilizing
muscles in an exercise, this might result in injury. So slow building
up is recommended as this help to develop the muscle strength as well
as minimize the delayed onset of muscle soreness. A sudden start to a
weight training program can lead ti significant amount of muscle
soreness. Weight trainers should spend five to twenty minutes of
warming up and aerobic exercises before the original workout to avoid
injury. The muscles should also be stretched after the exercise. The
exercises should be performed at even pace. At least two to four
seconds are needed to avoid jerks in the muscle leading to their
damage. This provides more safety during weight training.