Personal trainer and fitness specialist, Joe Berg, explains that although exercise helps boost the immune system, people who are sick should refrain from strenuous exercise and intense conditioning. If it is a viral infection, workout sessions should be kept short and less intense. During recovery period, people should take it slowly when returning to the usual routine workout. Berg suggests light workouts including plank exercise. People who are recovering can start with light aerobics such as cycling at an easy pace, walking, body weight squats, pushups and planks. When doing the plank exercise, weight should rest on the forearms with […]Continue reading Working Out after a Bout of Flu
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