Yoga at Yoga Enfield is one of the alternative sports that can make the body relax while practicing the flexibility of the body’s muscles. Unfortunately, if done carelessly, yoga can actually make you injured. This time we will provide a way to prevent injuries while yoga, you can do this so that your exercise is beneficial and maximum.
Research in America from 2001 to 2014 stated that around 29.5% of people had experienced injuries when yoga. Most injuries occur in groups of elderly people who already have a high risk of previous injuries. It is known that about 46.6% of injuries to the torso (body center) are mostly caused by sprains. In general, those who experience these injuries are people over 65 years old. This is because they are more fragile. However, it does not rule out the possibility of men and women who are much younger being injured during yoga. Here are some easy tips to prevent injury when yoga.
1. Know which yoga movements can trigger injury
As you know, all movements that involve the physical need to be trained in professional supervision. Therefore, knowing the type of yoga pose that most often causes injury is a good step. The following yoga poses have the potential to cause injury.
Plank or side plank
A pose that attracts the pelvic nerve.
After knowing it, you must be careful in practicing and try to be under professional supervision to avoid any wrong moves.
2. Starting from the easiest pose
Vinyasa pose is one of the most popular poses in the world of yoga. Well, to get maximum results, try by joining a group with a small number of people, so the instructor can supervise and give you good direction. This can reduce the risk of injury because you can clearly listen to the instructor’s direction and can follow his movements slowly.
3. Stretch slowly
Stretching must be done gently, slowly and carefully. Take your time to stretch areas such as hips and calves. Try not to move poses in a hurry. This can prevent you from getting injured during yoga.