• Before starting any sporting activity it is essential you obtain a doctor's certificate from a cardiologist, physician and a paediatrist who allow participation in the activity.
  • It is also necessary to have microbiological and biochemical tests to identify the corresponding hematological and hormonal indications.
  • Persons who belong to specific clinical catagories ( i.e .....) should follow their doctor's instructions.
  • Exercise can be performed if the athlete feels well
  • Participation in exercise can take place when one has eaten three hours in advance.
  • Participation in exercise should be avoided when performed under extreme climatic conditions.
  • Participation in exercise is not advised when: we are in an acute febrile state, a crisis of bronchial asthma or acute bronchitis, when there is an unusual or inexplicable malaise, chest pain, severe heart disease, acute inflammatory conditions in joints-muscles-tendons.
  • Exercise should be stopped immediately: when you feel intense cold sweating, faintness, dizziness, headache, display intense paleness or unexplained breathlessness.
  • The format of the training session should be as follows: warm-up – main session (bulk) and warm down (recuperation).
  • The principles of training workload and stress should be as follows: customised training of the idividual, progressive work load and intensity, etc.
  • Appropriateness of sports equipment, footwear and apparel is necessary
  • Proper technique should be applied.
  • It is very important to eliminate exaggerated passion. (Excess zeal leads to over-training and injury).