BSCMB Precautions during workout
B- Base of support
This means how many contact points do you have to a fixed/moveable surface. You need to have a strong base of support to have a firm grip on the exercise, and also to push you one step further.
Your spine should always be in a neutral position while performing any exercise/activities during the day. Simple Example is - Many people while doing bent over rows tend to look up in the mirror. This is taking spine out of it's natural position into discomfort zone. These guys end up having severe issues with their neck.
C- connectivity tissues
There are various connective tissues. Example - ligaments that connect bones to bones, tendons that connect muscle to the bone. These sensitive areas need to be handled carefully and also to be kept in proper alignment of the rest of the body. If those two go out of proportion it can cause major damages like ligament breakage, strains, tendon injuries etc. which may take more than 6-9 months of time to recover.
It's really Important to have a controlled momentum while doing any exercise. People generally focus upon going through the set as early as possible which not only leads to increased speed of exercise but also increased chances of injuries. Controlled momentum also helps you to build a mind-muscle neural connection which helps you to focus on targeted muscle groups only.
Exert=exhale. Learning to breathe during exercise has benefits such as preventing dizziness during activity, improving athletic performance, and increasing fat burning. For example, when you are pushing a bench press off your chest, you exhale on the push and inhale as you bring it slowly to your chest. When you are doing a pullup, you exhale on the pulling up motion and inhale on the way down. This helps a muscle called diaphragm, the huge, dome-shaped muscle at the bottom of the rib cage to contract and relax helping you to breathe more efficiently leading to fat loss.