Why Your Injury isn’t Getting Any Better?



No one would argue the fact that injuries suck. They make things difficult and put you off track – they affect your training and competitions. They can be challenging and frustrating, not only physically but mentally as well. Sometimes, people just relax hoping for their condition to improve, but things don’t work the way you imagine.

Something, most cyclists don’t pay attention to is that they should keep training even if they are injured – of course, you need specific training routines, but never stop training. Breakingmuscle.com sums it up quite beautifully.

“Just remember, whether your injury is from a trauma, muscle imbalance, or overuse, training will help speed up your recovery time. When done properly, training throughout your rehabilitation will address any imbalances, strengthen what’s weak, and get you back to top form.”

However, it is important to understand that even though it’s important to train, it’s equally important to give yourself enough time to recover and regenerate. In addition to this common issue, there are other factors and mistakes as well. For instance, your condition won’t get any better if your nutrition level is low, you don’t eat much, you don’t take the right types of fat, you don’t eat sufficient amount of protein, or you don’t sleep well.

So, keep these pointers in mind and tackle your injury sensibly.  To find out more head over to the full article over at breakingmuscle.com.

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