|Life is full of adventures. And if you like adventures, no matter how much you want to live an injury free life, you are bound to face one sooner or later. Learning to accept it, is half the battle won.|
Injury is a part and parcel of an athletes life. If you ride a bike, you will skid someday. When you surf waves, you will washout someday. Similarly, when you train, you will have an injury someday. Its a part of the lifestyle. And we take it in our stride. But sometimes injuries also come from factors not related to training – like an accident, surgery, sickness etc. Irrespective of where the injury comes from, what comes along with it is the eternal question – TO TRAIN OR NOT TO TRAIN. And the answer is not a oneliner, I’m sorry. Its much more complicated than that – atleast for someone who really is an athlete or for whom, training is a lifetime lifestyle and not just a one time ‘lose weight quick’ project.
|That is THE ROCK. And that too in an over the top action movie. Even he would advise against such stupidity in real life.|
|Kaizzad Capadia pointing out the phenomenal unilateral leg development of Sham Singh Shera – A polio afflicted bodybuilder from India.|
By doing so, when you are finally capable of making a full comeback to your workouts, you won’t be starting from a full zero. All your hardwork done prior to the injury will be preserved in great measure and then you can focus on rebuilding the injured muscles/parts.
|A real athlete never compromises on his protein. Ever.|
|Stay away from illiterate ‘DRAGO’ coaches who just want to push you without concern for your safety and health.|