An injury, in most cases, should not preclude you from continuing to exercise. The key is to listen to your body when working out. If you feel a sharp, acute pain when performing a certain movement, that's your body's way of saying, "Stop!". Instead, perform a different movement that does not cause pain. This article is written primarily with musculoskeletal injuries in mind. There are ways you can exercise without aggravating an existing injury:
BOTTOM LINE: The important message here is that an injury does not need to sideline you from being consistent in your workouts. There are techniques and ways to work around an injury.
Brian Danley, CFT
"Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going."
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I'm a personal trainer who loves to help others fulfill their health and fitness goals. I consider myself a bodybuilder in that I live the lifestyle of eating healthy food, working out regularly, and sculpting my body.