anger, angry, Connie Sellecca, conniesellecca, distraction, don't get distracted, Harvard University, injuries, injury, intelligence for your life, intelligenceforyourlife, upset, working out, workout
Want to reduce your risk of getting hurt while you’re working out? Don’t exercise when you’re upset or angry! Because strong emotions make us move more aggressively, according to Harvard University researchers. And when we add the distraction of rehashing the issue at hand, we end up paying less attention to proper form and movement, which raises the risk of overuse and injury.