Getting injured is frustrating. You put in so much effort into your training and do not have time to be injured. All of your hard work just seems destined to slip away.
Injuries happen and they are part of life. While we try to prevent injuries as best we can, there are still times that injuries will occur. The good news is that you can still achieve some form of effective training during an injury.
Follow these steps for staying fit when battling an injury!
As you go through the athlete aging process, one thing seems for certain, pain levels rise. Whether acute or chronic, there will be a point in your life where you experience some level of pain. In your youth, a three-hour pickup basketball session is met with minimal soreness. In your adult years, this might leave you looking like the tin man the next day.
Two Types Of Pain
Push-ups fall in the category of "love" or "loathe" for many of my clients. The exercise itself is an effective combination of core control and horizontal pressing and has plenty of variations to drive progress.
Let's look at how to take your push-up from the basics to advanced variations will all of the challenge you need.
A tight ankle leads to knee pain. Tight hips lead to screaming back pain. We quickly blame squats, running, deadlift variations, swimming, and other movements for the pain. Then we layer up in anti-inflammatories, braces, and any quick fix contraption we can get our hands on.
What if there was another way?
Here's the deal, experiencing pain stinks. Whether it is that steady throbbing back pain or something more acute like nerve pain, pain is not fun. It can change how you move. It can wear on you mentally. Pain is also very good at making you avoid movement qualities you need to fix.
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