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| Taking an Exercise Break
| Exercise breaks happen. Sometimes we schedule a week-long break - for example, at the end of a 12-week training cycle. At other times life intervenes, and our exercise intentions go out the window.
We want exercising to be a lifelong commitment, something we've taken on for the long term. This is distinct from the binge exerciser, who periodically "wants to get in shape", struggles for a month or two, and then quits.
If we're in it for the long haul, we can withstand a break here and there, even a prolonged month-long break if necessary. We've built a strong base. Our bodies are trained. Our muscular functions are optimized for performance. So, while we don't really want to take a break, we're prepared physically to get back in shape quickly.
Bottom line - if you need to take a holiday break from exercising, go ahead. If you're a regular exerciser, you can take a week or two off secure in the knowledge that you won't have lost that much. You'll recover quickly and possibly even recover to a higher level of fitness.
New patients receive a free consultation on their first visit. Consultation includes history of presenting problem, chiropractic screening to determine if chiropractic care would be helpful to presenting problem, recommendations if additional testing is necessary (like x-rays, MRIs, and lab tests). Sign-up using the form or call us at (210) 366-4357 to take advantage of this exclusive offer and must mention this offer when arrive at the office. (Does not apply to insurance or Medicare patients)
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