Christmas memories are fading and people are getting into the swing of a new year. With January come resolutions, often of a fitness related kind. This is the time that people are going to eat sensibly, get out running and maybe join a gym too.
Getting back into exercise takes a bit of planning and forethought, especially for those who might not have been active for a while. It’s no good just getting a new pair of trainers and trying to get straight back into it. It’ll take a gentle programme to ease newbies back into the flow of things. Otherwise they risk injury and that just leaves them back at square one. That’s no good at all.
A personal trainer can help. If the budget won’t stretch that far then there are fitness apps that can be downloaded to help people plan training runs that will ease them back into fitness. And for anyone who does overdo it there’s a West London physio on hand to diagnose the problem and get them back on their feet.
Getting injured and not being able to train is incredibly frustrating. Just as people get back into it disaster strikes. Thankfully physios can get injured fitness enthusiasts back on their feet quickly. People mistakenly assume that when they develop a niggle a little bit of rest will see it right. Sadly that isn’t the case.
A trip to a Wimbledon physio means a proper diagnosis and a range of treatments to get rid of any pain. They use interventions like deep tissue massage and ultrasound on the affected area to help put things right. So anyone looking to get back into fitness this year needs to take it steady and keep a physio’s number to hand just in case. Be sensible and get fit at the right pace.