Are you wearing a mask at the gym during your workouts? Is it effecting your results or energy levels?
Gyms and fitness studios are now starting to re-open as the stay-at-home rules begin to ease throughout some states in the U.S. Gym goers are wondering if it is safe to return to their workout facility and what precautions will be in place for everyone to remain safe. Policies will most likely vary throughout the country in gyms. The big question is, “Should I wear a face mask when I workout ?” Most people can perform their regular workouts while wearing a face covering. It is essential to remind exercise enthusiasts to monitor how they feel during the workout and to take particular notice if they feel dizzy, lightheaded, or short of breath. If so, slow down exercise intensity or stop exercising. Individuals with a pre-existing respiratory or cardiovascular condition are encouraged to take caution when exercising with a face mask.
Also, feeling dizzy after a workout may indicate that a person has low blood pressure. Medical attention is necessary if this condition persists.
WEL. Secrets wearing mask at the gym
● Make sure your mask is big enough to cover your nose and face for proper protection.
● The mask should feel comfortable and snug around your cheeks and nose.
Wash your hands before putting on your mask. Make sure you do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth when removing your mask. Wash your hands after taking off your mask.
● A great advantage of a cloth mask is that it can be washed. Exercise enthusiasts who exercise regularly are encouraged to have a few masks so there is a clean, dry mask ready for each workout.
● When you talk, keep your mask over your nose and mouth.
● If you tend to sweat a lot when you workout, perhaps bring a second mask.
Face masks are now becoming safety tools for working out at gyms. When exercising, the mask should be a shield that helps block particles. Therefore, whenever possible, social distancing measures should be used in the gym. Remember that the outside of the mask may become contaminated, so they should not touch it during workouts. Last but not least, it is important to regularly check the CDC and World Health Organization websites for updated recommendations on preventive measures.
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