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7 Ways Workouts Lead to Sports Injuries


3. You Don’t Take your Time

The experts at WebMD suggest easing into any new workout rather than jumping in and risking a muscle strain. After all, taking your new exercise routine slow and easy will offer enough of a challenge.

Then, as you gradually build up muscle strength and stamina, you can gradually increase the intensity, frequency, and duration of the exercise—while taking adequate rest for muscle repair in between exercises.

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