Fitness and health have been closely related ever since fitness was first defined, because this sport involves good physical shape built on good state of health.
The state of health of the people who practice various sports is always in attention of the instructors.
However, there are numerous sports which are rather spectacular, but practicing them exposes the sportsmen to particular risks.
Such kind of problems can appear even in the sports for amateurs; there is, of course, specific pathology for every sport.
Since the body is prone to different health problems, a factor which can provoke them is the volume and intensity of training.
Long distance running and jogging are extremely popular forms of training.
A frequent health problem in tennis is epicondylitis or ‘the tennis player’s elbow’.
Weightlifting can lead to varicose veins or high blood pressure.