Do something that you find a bit challenging, but take more rest days and stretching and follow the modifiers for anything that hurts your wrists/knees- you will still get a decent workout from modified push ups without having to carry your whole body weight and eventually you will find yourself getting stronger. (If you feel actual pain though, see a doctor)
I don't think I've come across a workout where there wasn't a modification for lack of equipment. Before I got a set of weights I used the candles on my mantelpiece, but you could use water bottles or whatever you find until you work out what equipment (if any) you want to purchase
Hope that helps ;)
I agree with Gary, the most probable reason is dehydration. i play in a competitive women's netball team (it is a popular sport in the uk) and I often get headaches after matches where I have been on court for more than half of the game and funniliy enough, not so much if we play outdoors (so maybe ventilation plays a part). There is also a nice article on DB life about magnesium deficiency http://life.dailyburn.com/die...
I really like Cody's mobility Yoga, because it is quite short and you can tag it on to the end of another workout. I have also noticed that since I started doing more of the stretching poses in there, I get less tension-related headaches or back pain, and I sleep much better. The pigeon pose is also awesome after doing tons of squats
"If you always do what you always did, you'll always get what you always got"
Reminds me to change things up a bit...not just with fitness, I use it at work too.
followed by a lot of stretching!
this sounds really cool. I have never done martial arts but I would definitely try it if it were an option.
And maybe see a physio if you find it is also causing you other problems i.e joint/muscle pain.
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