2. Stretch Before and After Your Workout
Getting your muscles relaxed before you start exercising is essential to prevent injuries. Stretching is just as important after your workout. Your body will be warm, so not only is it easier to stretch, but it will help bring down your blood pressure and recover your muscles.
1. Do the Hardest Part First
At the start of your workout, you are most energy-filled and focused. This means you can conquer the challenging exercises first, which usually give you the most muscle gains. Attempting to do these exercises near the end of your workout could lead to you hurting yourself since you are tired and not as focused at this point.