What You Need To Know To Protect Your Joints

What You Need To Know To Protect Your Joints


Hey, what’s up everybody? Today we’re
going to learn how to protect our joints from accelerated joint degeneration, pain, and injury. Alright! Let’s get after it! In order to
protect our joints and avoid the fate of accelerated joint degeneration, pain, and
injury, we must realize that the soft tissues of our joints are very
susceptible to joint degeneration, pain, and injury and are not bionic hardware. After
decades of treating and training thousands of clients who are seeking my
help for musculoskeletal disorders, pain, and injuries, I observed a correlation
between the accelerated joint degeneration, pain, and injuries that clients
were experiencing and their reported prolonged participation in physical activities that require excessive joint repetition and/or joint impact. In order to protect our joints, we must become aware of the significance of this
correlation and understand the consequences of prolonged participation in physical activities that require excessive joint repetition and/or joint impact. We also have to accept the reality that surgery won’t change the fact that if we continue prolonged participation in physical activities that
require excessive joint repetition and/or joint impact, we’ll increase the
probability for needing additional operations. We can avoid the fate of accelerated joint degeneration, pain, and injury and provide support and stabilization for all of our joints by strengthening the musculature of our body while limiting excessive joint repetition and eliminating joint impact. In other words, exercise must prevent accelerated joint degeneration, pain, and injury and must improve health and fitness while limiting excessive joint repetition and eliminating joint impact. Remember, exercise must improve health and fitness while avoiding injury. Exercise must do no harm.

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