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Brad Schoenfeld, CSCS
FITNESS EXPERT DISHES ON THE FIVE KEYS TO AVOIDING AN EXERCISE INJURY
Scarsdale, NY -
Every year, thousands of people will get injured from an exercise-related injury. In the March issue of New Living Magazine, fitness expert Brad Schoenfeld provides five key strategies to remain injury-free while working out. He stresses the importance of knowing your limitations. "People tend to believe they're omnipotent," Schoenfeld says. " This often leads to them pushing past their capabilities and stressing their body beyond its capacity." The end result is usually an injury.
Schoenfeld also notes the importance of warming up. "A warm up prepares your body for more vigorous training. It raises core temperature and lubricates your joints -- essential components of a safe, effective workout."
"Working out is actually one of the safest activities you can perform," Schoenfeld professes. "As long as you follow a few basic rules, you can enjoy all the terrific benefits that accompany a regimented fitness program without ever incurring an injury."
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ABOUT BRAD SCHOENFELD: Brad Schoenfeld, CSCS, is the fitness trainer to bet your shape on. Widely regarded as one of America's leading fitness professionals, his focus is to help women achieve their full fitness potential by skipping the gimmicks and sticking to the well-documented science of exercise and nutrition. Awarded the distinction of master trainer by the International Association of Fitness Professions, he is also a certified strength and conditioning specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
He is the author of six fitness books, including Sculpting Her Body Perfect and the bestseller, Look Great Naked. He is a columnist for Fitness RX for Women magazine and has been published or featured in every major magazine including Cosmopolitan, Self, Marie Claire, Fitness and Shape. He has been a guest on many national television and radio shows. His Personal Training Center for Women is located in Scarsdale, New York. Brad lives in Croton-on-Hudson, New York.