Running is to keep your head up and your chest up to help improve the body's breathing and circulatory system and establish a normal state of memory. Because when you are running, the human body is constantly consuming energy and is prone to fatigue. At this time, if you can use your will to straighten your spine, then it is actually very simple for you to improve the hunchback condition. Can knee braces prevent knee injuries? The answer is yes, under normal circumstances, the knee joint controls the stability of the movement through the surrounding muscles and ligaments. Injury to key parts, and the role of knee pads is equivalent to wrapping a layer of muscle ligaments and other protective tissues from the outside to support the stability of joints and limit joint movement, thereby preventing injury; wearing knee pads is helpless after sports injuries. This move, if you are not injured, it is not recommended to wear knee pads every day. Let's see if you can wear knee pads for running a marathon?Of course, you can wear knee pads when running a marathon, especially for sports with worn knee joints. Knee pads can play a good role in keeping warm and protecting, but if there is no damage to the knee, you should choose whether to wear it or not according to your personal situation.
There are three functions of knee pads, one is braking, the other is heat preservation, and the third is health care. Not much to say about heat preservation, the knee is very easy to catch cold, many knee joint diseases are related to the cold knee, especially in the mountains, the mountain wind is very cold and very hard, often the leg muscles will feel very cold due to continuous exercise. It is hot, but the knees are not hot because there is no muscle movement. When people feel that the legs are very comfortable to dissipate heat, the knees are actually cold. At this time, if you wear knee pads, the thermal insulation effect of the knee pads can be reflected. .
Mainly talk about the braking effect of the knee pads. The knee joint is the place where the upper and lower leg bones meet, with the meniscus in the middle and the patella in the front. The patella is stretched by two muscles and suspended before the junction of the leg bones. It is very easy to slide. In normal life, it is not affected by external forces. There is no strenuous exercise, so the patella can move in a normal small range in the knee area. Because the mountaineering exercise puts too much pressure on the knee, coupled with the vigorous exercise in mountaineering, it is easy to cause the patella to be pulled away from the original position, thereby causing diseases of the knee joint. Wearing knee pads can fix the patella in a relatively stable position to ensure that it is not easily injured. The above mentioned is the mild braking effect of the knee pad when the knee joint is not injured. After the knee joint is injured, using the knee pad with heavy braking can reduce the bending of the knee, maintain a straight line from the thigh to the calf, and reduce the knee joint. Bend, thus protecting the knee joint from aggravating the condition.
Marathon sports are prone to cause 3 major injuries: knee joint, ankle joint, muscle strain
For people participating in a marathon, the bones and muscles are most likely to be injured due to cardiovascular discomfort, mainly the knee joint and the ankle joint. However, muscle strains are also prone to occur. This is mainly because the running time of the marathon is longer and the intensity is higher, which is easy to cause joint damage and muscle strain, which can cause pain.
What should I do if I get cramps during a marathon?
If cramps occur, it is not possible to sit alone. You can fix the soles of your feet with your hands and straighten your legs, which can be relieved. Another method is to grab the muscles with both hands, control the entire leg, and use force to ensure no cramps.
Beware of 3 major mistakes in marathon races:
Myth 1: Sprint
In the competition, the contestants will sprint desperately in order to win the final victory.
Competitors cannot sprint like sprint and mid-run during the race, because this is a long-distance race, which consumes a lot of time and physical strength. When approaching the finish line, the muscles are very tired. If you choose to sprint at this time, it will easily cause muscle damage. . It is recommended to maintain the original speed to run the entire distance.
Misunderstanding 2: Using knee pads
In the marathon, many runners wear knee pads.
Not all breathing can ensure that the knee is not injured, there is no absolute, most of the knee pads sold on the market are unreasonably designed, and the front, back, left and right sides of the knee joint are pressed, which easily leads to friction on the joint surface.
Myth 3: Hyperthermia
After the competition, many contestants will use heat therapy to relax themselves.
After running a marathon, soaking in hot water or taking a sauna for hyperthermia can easily lead to muscle swelling and aggravate the infiltration of metabolites. Professor Wang Chuhuai said that the correct approach is to perform physical therapy after 1-2 days, and sports injuries will recover within 1 week.