How to Train When You’re Injury Prone

How to Train When You’re Injury Prone

Injury can be one of the biggest obstacles in someone’s journey to become fit and healthy. The most common injuries experienced from exercising (not sports) are muscles strains, sprained ankles, shin splints, tendinopathy, knee injuries, and wrist sprains, according to WebMD. However, if you’re injury prone and you know it, then you are one step ahead of the game! Don’t let the fear of getting hurt keep you from achieving your goals and getting into the best shape of your life!

Dealing with an injury puts a damper on every aspect of your life. You’re in pain, aching all day, and daily activities are more difficult than they should be! Just because you are injury prone doesn’t mean the you can’t do those intense workout classes at your gym, or play in recreational sports. It simply means you need to take more precautions than the average joe. We’ve put together some tips on How to Train When You’re Injury Prone, so write these down or print them off and apply them to your fitness routine!

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