How To Reduce Knee And Joint Pain From HIIT

High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is a growing fitness trend and consists of cardiorespiratory training with rounds of high-intensity exercises done in a short period. While it’s beneficial for fast and effective workouts, there can be a risk of injury if done incorrectly.

How to prevent knee and joint pains:

  • Warm-up beforehand. Prep your muscles, tendons, and joints with dynamic stretching or cardio.
  • Land softly. HIIT incorporates a lot of jumping. Landing incorrectly or roughly can strain your joints. Pay attention to your form and try to land softer to alleviate pressure.
  • Slow down. Speeding through exercises too fast will stress your body. Focus on moving from your core.
  • Cooldown. Stretch after a workout. This transition to a resting state slows your heart rate, and promotes muscle recovery.

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How To Reduce Knee And Joint Pain From HIIT

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