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Guest Post from Dr. Jason Schluter Spring Article from Community Spirit Magazine
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It’s spring time and for most people that means more time spent outdoors. The warm weather provides us opportunities to be more active and help us live a healthier lifestyle.
Here are a few tips to help as you wake you up from the winter slumber
Take a hike. Walking and hiking can be great exercise but be sure you are prepared prior to heading out. Stretching is very important to help prevent injuries, especially if you haven’t been as active recently. It also helps increase your heart rate, temperature and circulation to the muscles. Set a comfortable pace and make sure you don’t overdue it.
Swing the sticks. Golf is particularly popular as the weather gets nicer but can also cause injuries in the back, elbows, wrists and shoulders, especially if you haven’t warmed up properly. Make sure you stretch and take plenty of gentle practice swings before hitting the links. You should also take practice swings in the opposite direction before each hole. This helps offset the imbalance of swinging to the same side the whole time.
Keep your back straight. Almost everyone does a little yard work as the warm weather moves in but if not done properly, it can create back and neck injuries. Posture can be the key to help keep you pain free. Make sure you keep you back straight instead of rounded off when bending over or lifting and make sure you don’t lift more than you can handle. Also, be sure to take plenty of breaks to lessen the fatigue which can lead to injuries.
Stay hydrated. Being active outside in warm weather will cause you to lose more fluids than normal. A good rule of thumb is to drink half of you body weight in ounces of water each day. The more active you are the more water your body will need.
In addition to these, exercise and nutrition are also important to keeping you healthy and more energized so you can enjoy and take full advantage of the spring weather. If you have questions about your health or just want help to get back on track, visit your chiropractor for guidance on an active, outdoor lifestyle.
Dr. Jason Schluter DC