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What are the most common gym injuries?
Going to the gym is supposed to be good for you – and it most certainly can be. But on occasion it can have the opposite effect, with injuries that were sustained at the gym meaning you have to take time off work.
- Foot injuries
Foot injuries – and ankle problems – are a major issue at the gym. They can stem from our day jobs, sitting hunched over a computer screen. Our shoulders are rounded all day; when we stand, the weight drops not to our heels as it is supposed to, but to the balls of our feet. That in turn weakens the ankles. So any strenuous exercise can mean that the ankles give up totally.
Our poor knees have to go through a lot during the day and when we go to the gym that can make matters worse. A warm-up regime will help, and some gyms offer advice, but not all. This can lead to serious injuries that impact our day-to-day lives.
Everything can be difficult with an injured back. Even a slight twinge can cause problems, but a major injury is certainly a cause for compensation since it can mean a loss of earnings and even, in some cases, a completely new lifestyle.
Probably the least thought about part of the body, the shoulders are one of the most important. They bear the weight of everything, and keep you upright, so any problems with them can mean the difference between carrying on as usual and having to sit or lie in one spot doing nothing whilst you recover.
The neck is, despite its strength, a delicate piece of the body. It can be damaged fairly easily if not looked after, and this can lead to many different complications including paralysis and even death.
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Date Published: 27th December 2013
Author: David Brown