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post Mar 25 2009, 09:58 PM
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Here is a topic I don't see discussed often.

How do you recover from injuries you suffer during training ??

Do you have a system of recovery ??

Do you back off from training hard and go light for awhile until you recover ??

Do you stop altogether until you're healed ??


Let's hear it.
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STEVENSKI
post Mar 31 2009, 08:28 PM
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Well brining will mean a lack of cuts so it is up to you. There is nothing that will prevent you from a bit of tar chewing though.
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happygocampy
post Apr 1 2009, 08:13 PM
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Personally i train harder, I've found that my injuries linger if i back off, and heal faster the harder i work. Good bloodflow from cardio will get injuries healing faster. Though of course, i avoid aggrevating whatever is injured. When i was younger i had wrist problems, havn't had wrist problems in a long time but when i did i wouldn't work the heavy bag for a few days. Once in a while i have lower back pain from an injury i suffered as a teen, if it acts up i make sure to avoid excercises that aggrevate it, if i train hard the pain is gone in 2-3 days, when i used to back off it would last weeks.

Not everyones the same, and some people think i'm wrong. To each their own, but i understand my body and what works for me.
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