Supervise your body while climbing
Pay attention to self-examination during mountain climbing, make continuous observations of your own health status and physiological function changes, and record regularly. The purpose is to evaluate the effect of exercise, adjust the exercise plan, prevent excessive fatigue and sports injuries, and be more conducive to healthimprove.
The specific content is as follows: Mountain climbing emotions, that is, the desire to climb, can generally be divided into very strong, proactive, able to participate, barely participate, and not to participate in five levels.
Normal mountain climbing emotions should be full of energy, energy and self-confidence.
If the mood is low, the mood is not good, and the mountain climbing is disliked, it is best to stop climbing when taking the mountain climbing as a burden or even afraid of climbing.
The normal situation is that you feel good about yourself and no physical discomfort.
If there are abnormal reactions such as abnormal fatigue, dizziness, nausea, general weakness, etc. during or after climbing, the cause should be analyzed and corrected in time.
If the adverse reaction is strong, the mountain climbing should be suspended.
Sleep Good sleep after climbing a mountain should be fast falling asleep, deep sleep without dreams.
When I wake up in the morning, I am clear-headed and full of energy.
If you fall asleep slowly or even suffer from insomnia, dreams are more likely to wake up at night, feel drowsy in the morning, and lack of sleepiness during the day, then you should consider whether you are sick, whether you are climbing too much, and correct it in time.
The appetite after eating the mountain also reflects the physical condition.
If you do not want to eat or eat a small amount after climbing, it indicates that the amount of climbing is not properly arranged or your health is poor.
If the amount of perspiration is slightly climbing, that is, sweating or sweating a lot, night sweats and other phenomena, indicating physical fatigue or other diseases.
Measure your pulse before climbing in the morning after climbing your heart rate.
Under normal circumstances, the pulse should be stable and strong, and the number of times per minute is basically stable. After the drift climbing, the pulse should decrease.
If the morning pulse increases or there is an arrhythmia symptom, it may be related to fatigue and overtraining. You should pay attention to observation and analysis.
Weight When climbing a mountain, your weight should be stable or slightly reduced in the short term.
If weight continues to drop, it indicates severe fatigue or obesity related to excessive consumption.
Blood pressure, conventional blood test, if there is a condition, do an original check before climbing, and then periodically check later, and then compare the results to determine the effect of mountain climbing fitness and prevent accidents.