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Training with injuries

Exercising with Injuries

Training with injuries

Injuries can hamper our fitness goals and leave us demotivated so when an injury happens it is vital to have a contingency plan.

Put a plan in place and continue training, working around the injury, if your doctor permits. As an example, if you have a right shoulder injury, you can always train your legs or your left upper body or do light cardio. During the injury phase, it’s not about progressing, it’s more about maintaining where you’re at and keeping the psychological emotions in check!

When we exercise, we feel better within ourselves and tend to eat better as well. In return, this can help to keep us mentally and physically in check.

Exercise also releases hormones like endorphins, dopamine and serotonin, which helps us to remain strong, fit and keep our body fat levels under control.

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Our centre is fully supervised and FREE for young people aged 12 to 25 years to access anytime Monday to Friday from 3:00pm to 6:30pm. The centre has a Fully equipped gym, half basketball court, pool table, table tennis table, indoor games space and chill out zone.

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