Musculoskeletal injury is the most common risk of exercise. Acute strains and tears, inflammation of various types, chronic strain, stress fractures, traumatic fractures, nerve palsies, tendonitis, and bursitis all may occur during or as result of physical activity.
More serious but much less common risks include arrhythmia, sudden cardiac arrest, and myocardial infarction.
However, these potential risks do not outweigh the benefits of routine exercise in the absence of a contraindication to exercise.
It is amazing for me to hear this that exercise is risky,absolutely wrong by this a person becomes so fit and tight even becomes more energetic.
Nice for my guilty feelings to see just for a brief few seconds that exercise could be harmful to health. But it of course can't be. Exercise always makes me feel much better. When taken too excess however it could have negative consequences. Natural exercise is probably best.
Everything has its own risks and benefits. The benefits of exercising are sooooo vast that the risks are thus negligible. Hence, we never hear people talking about the risks of exercising.
Exercise should be performed under the guidance of a properly trained physical instructor. The type and amount varies from person to person depending on their age and physical capabilities. Unguided exercise does more harm than benefit.
I disagree with that. When a person has the knowledge needed there is no problem with exercising by oneself. As long as you listen to what your body tells you (i.e. do not continue and exercise, work-out or sporting activity if you experience (severe) pain) and use common sense then anyone can work out.
Depending on what you do some prior instruction may be preferable (such as when just starting fitness) but if you want to go say running you would be able to do this by yourself when you inform yourself before starting.
This is nice info. this info is very helpful.
maybe the risk only comes when you exercise too much. or your health condition is not fit to do extreme workouts
For the first time I am hearing this...Not in every case exercise proves to be a curse...Exercise is beneficial for our health..