Start with a clean workout area by sanitizing the equipment before you start. You want to be conscience that other people leave germs behind on gym equipment. You went to the center to feel better, not to get sick.
If you have injured a limb, continue to exercise the rest of your body while your injury is healing. Doing this will help to maintain your strength, and it will also stimulate some muscles and nerves in your injured limb so that you do not have a lot of muscle loss. Build up the strength in your forearms by trying an exercise that racquetball and tennis players utilize. Put a giant piece of newspaper on a table or other surface that is flat. Crumple the whole newspaper for 30 seconds, using your stronger hand. After you do this two time, change hands and do it again with your nondominant hand, then two more times in your original dominant hand. During abdominal crunches, exhale at the peak of the crunch. Your abs will have to work harder and you’ll burn more calories. Doing this is simple and makes crunches even more efficient.