If you have a surgery coming up, you don’t have to sacrifice your training, according to Brute Strength’s Director of Injury Management and founder of Active Life RX, Dr. Sean Pastuch. Instead, keep the date in mind and change your mindset as if you’re training for the procedure.
That includes accepting your injury. Example: If you’re having rotator cuff surgery, then you can stick to your Brute programming as long as you understand you won’t be sticking to the shoulder work at the capacity listed.
Interested in how to approach your training post-surgery? Watch the full video for Dr. Pastuch’s tips for the best ways to get to and from a surgery if you want to remain a competitive athlete.
Learn more from about injury prevention with Dr. Pastuch at the next Brute Athlete Camp.