Working Out & Injury

Posted by in Uncategorized on May 11, 2017 0 comments

Let’s face it….things happen. And it sucks when you get injured or have an accident. After seeing a doctor or medical professional like a physical therapist and perhaps some rest you may be able to do something based on your medical professionals recommendations.

That being said, you may be able to workout other body parts or do different things while avoiding causing any problems or interference with the injury’s ability to heal. For example, if you hurt your shoulder you may still be able to ride a bike, do some ab work, or even do weight training with your legs. Again, always consult with your medical professional first.

The reason for this blog post is sometimes when people are injured that do absolutely nothing. In some cases, it necessary dependent upon the injury, attending physician advice, etc. But more often that not you can move or use your other body parts without affecting the injured area.

This is actually positive in a variety of ways. Circulation promotes healing, exercise of any form is positive, plus this can help you avoid any possible weight gain. So, work with what you got available!