What You Need to Know About Pain to Get Out of Pain and Back to Training - FITNESS PAIN FREE

What You Need to Know About Pain to Get Out of Pain and Back to Training

Pain is a funny thing.  Sometimes you can push through it and it gets better.  Sometimes you push through it and it gets worse.  Sometimes one joint hurts a lot one day for what seems like no reason and the pain is gone the next.

Pain can be hard to predict for sure.  However, there are some major governing principles to understand when dealing with injury and pain.  The first step on the journey to getting out of pain is actually understanding what pain is and why we have it.  I made a quick video below to help understand what’s happening in our bodies when we have pain so you can start getting out of pain and back to training.  Check it out below.

This video is a short segment of an entire video series on understanding pain during injury.  In the entire video go much more in depth and talk about:

  • Whether or not training through pain is a good idea
  • How much pain we can push into when we have an injury
  • When we need to modify our training because of pain and when we don’t have to
  • How things like technique, weights, lifting speed etc. play into the pain equation
  • Guidelines to help you get out of pain

If you want the rest of the video you can find it in my Insiders Online Mentoring Program:

The Insiders Online Mentoring Program is an online rehabilitation and performance library of webinars 20-60 minutes in length.  We cover a large array of topics including:

  • How to Get Out of Shoulder Pain and Back to Training
  • What the Shoulder Really Needs for Health and Performance
  • Your Guide to Subacromial Impingement Syndrome, Rotator Cuff and Labral Injuries
  • Rehabilitation and Treatment of AC Joint Issues
  • Rehabilitation and Treatment of Upper Body Strain Injuries
  • 3 Step- Guide to Assessing and Correcting Overhead Mobility
  • How to Guide to Mastering Kipping for Pull-ups, Toes to Bar and Muscle-ups
  • Your Master Mobility Guide to the Olympic Lifts, Handstands and Muscle-ups
  • Gain access to a private facebook group to ask questions and get feedback directly from me

Click HERE to Learn More about The Insiders Online Mentoring Program

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Pain is phenomenal,

Dan Pope DPT, OCS, CSCS, CF L1

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