10 Mild Outdoor Activities for Recovering From Injuries

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(Last Updated On: September 4, 2017)

7. Fish to Stay Healthy

Fishing engages your entire body.

It pulls on your legs, core, arms, back, and shoulders giving it a total workout in a single catch.

With your injury, you can start by fishing for small fishes that don’t require so much of your strength.

Fishing Workout

Remember not to tire yourself out and to do it under supervision.

8. Do The Hoola Hoop

Another fun yet healthy way of getting back on your feet is to hoola hoop.

It tones your body, improves its coordination and flexibility. Doing the hoops reduces stress and combats depression too.

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