10 Mild Outdoor Activities for Recovering From Injuries

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(Last Updated On: September 4, 2017)

Using hydrostatic pressure from jets can help improve your circulation and reduce blood pressure.

Swimming in sea water or lakes is not advisable till you are in peak physical health. Also, using jets or warm water for swimming should be done under expert supervision.

4. Do Asanas to Balance Your Physical and Mental State

Yoga makes your body more flexible, gives it core strength, relaxes your body from outside and within, and relieves stress.

The soothing combination of meditation, breathing, and slow physical movements help your back and neck especially.

With yoga, your muscles get a chance to stretch which increases the circulation and allows for better detoxification of the body.

5. Exercising Your Green Fingers

Contrary to popular belief, gardening is a very labor-intensive activity. You are either bent at your waist or sitting on your toes under the hot summer sun.

While recovering from an injury, you can’t be this aggressive physically.

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