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Do you have a broken foot, stress fracture, sprained ankle, achilles tendon tear, broken toe, pulled calf muscle, shin splints, or another lower leg injury that prevents you from using your feet, ankles, or calves when you work out??? Then this video is for YOU. Join Fitness and Wellness expert Caroline Jordan for this strength training workout you can do while recovering from a foot or ankle injury. With a little creativity (and the OK from your doctor!) YOU CAN WORKOUT WHILE INJURED. This 10 minute exercise video will train your chest, arms, abs, butt, and legs without putting pressure on your feet or ankles. The exercises in this workout routine include:
– Hip Extension (butt / hamstring)
– Hip Circles
– Leg lifts
– Straight leg hamstring bridge
To do this video you will first need to check with your doctor and physical therapist. Honor your body and train smart and you will recover from your injury fast! You can repeat this video daily or as many times as your doctor says is OK 🙂
You can also do this video for upper body strength when you are not injured – its still a great workout!! Leave a comment below and
let me know if you found it challenging or helpful!
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Always check with your doctor before beginning any workout routine. Practice mindfulness and stay smart – take care of your body and do whats right for you! Heres to health and a long life 🙂