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Working out With Injury and/or Ache

There is no other gentle way to put this, but–training with aches/ injuries sucks!

Unfortunately for that swelling knee and the nagging shoulder, it won’t heal if you don’t give it the rest and proper treatment it requires. You might have been training hard, and getting great results on work performance.

You don’t wish to stop now simply because of the little “injury/ache.”

Below are some of the recommendations to keep training while you take care of what ails you:

When injured:

  • Seek medical opinion after initial contact; a good physiotherapist might be your best help in recovering and training. (Message us for recommendation)

  • Be smart with exercise selection. Please speak to your coaches in regards to your injuries and aches. We do not know if you are in pain unless you communicate to us. When you communicate this to us we can provide you with a better exercise to continue to improve.

  • Dial in your sleep and nutrition. Did you know that sleep and nutrition is the BEST recovery out there and yet everyone looks for other ways to recover??

  • Know the training opportunities that you can consider without the injury. There's so many exercises out there you can still continue to do. Do not get discouraged and speak to your coach.

  • Unless there is an injury/ache affecting your whole body, there is something else you can do to stay active. Swimming, walking and yoga are some of the great general exercises. With professional aid you can work toward maintaining strength so that you can work on your mobility issues to avoid future injuries'.

  • With professional aid you can work toward maintaining strength so that you can work on your mobility issues to avoid future injuries.




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