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Tip of the Day: OVERUSE INJURIES....
Are you an everyday addicted I gotta workout for 90 minutes or more kind of gal?
Are you a I can't eat this, I can't eat that, I can't drink this, I can't drink that kind of gal?
Are you a I'm going to push myself even if it hurts kind of gal?
Are you a oh hell, my cramps are bad, but the gyms calling kind of gal?
In January, most people try to improve some aspect of their physical health status. Whether it’s an official “resolution” or not, an effort to improve one’s health through exercise is something I endorse. I see an increase in the population at the Recreation Center at the beginning of the year but notice that it begins to fade a little come February.
Well, it’s another year. You know – new year, new me! I see that phrase everywhere. There are a ton of new faces at the gym or running around the neighborhood. You know our favorite food and pharmaceutical companies start placating to our new motivations to be slim and trim. How many weight-loss commercials do you see on a given day? How many magic pills (so they say…) are marketed to us? Yes, I know – TONS! The beginning of a year conjures up feelings of starting anew with the avid need to tackle all your goals.
Many affiliate exercise with stereotypical associations encouraged or identified by sciences and society. Science, gyms, disease risk, aesthetic appeal, health and wellness, medicine, and the like. Yet it is less than often that people look at exercise as achieving a higher level of thought. Yes, I am talking about exercise philosophy. Now, I’m not saying people do not think, or that achieving a higher perspective of the self has no been present in the likeness of yoga or tai chi, but society does not associate exercise with experiencing deep thought.