In 2023 you may have plans to revolutionise your health and fitness, take a minute to consult a professional to build a stronger you.
Self-care can often take a back seat during winter. The colder days and longer nights mean we move less and get less fresh air. Looking after your physical health is one of the best things you can do to increase your mood and wellbeing. Often, when January hits we are pushed to get a surge of motivation to suddenly get active. If you’ve been a little slower in recent weeks, drastically upping the ante can increase your risk of injury. Slowly incorporating more long-standing habits could work better for you, maybe aiming for one more walk a week, one more gym session in the coming weeks rather than going from zero to hero for the month of January.
Sport massage can also be a great component to incorporate into your wellbeing routine. It can help with injury prevention and recovery, as well as having an impact on decreasing stress, improving sleep, and helping to improve your overall mood and movement.
Holly Calver is a professional sports therapist, and qualified personal trainer who joined the Bingham Osteopaths team in 2022, with the aim of strengthening our injury and sports rehabilitation provided to our patients.
She is a based at Bingham Osteopaths and she knows how much an injury or aches and pains can derail your goals and your mood. With Holly, you can discuss your current routine, identify any risks for injury and assess any current niggles or pains that are concerning you. Why let them prevent you from continuing training or leading a pain free life.
Instead of going all out in the new year, build habits and self-care into your weekly or monthly routine that will set you off for yearlong success.
To discuss your training or injury please call 01949 839238 or email [email protected]