Recovery from a car accident

The man worked with me on a personal basis, setting achievable goals plus remaining kind when I got aggravated.

I’ve regularly made fitness a big part of my life. As a young man, I was involved in all sorts of sports. I did karate, volleyball, swimming plus field hockey. My dedication to health and wellness increased as I got to be an older man. Even after I graduated college and began my career, I continued to workout everyday. I did this to maintain a healthy weight and eat right. However, a little over 4 years ago, I was involved in a car accident. My car rolled over plus the emergency responders had to cut me out of the car. I was faced with three separate surgeries, an extended hospital stay plus a great deal of physical rehabilitation. I had difficulty simply walking plus suffered a lot of aches and pains. I had trouble sleeping and dealt with frequent headaches. Unhappy with my progress and unwilling to give up an active way of life, I contacted a personal trainer for assistance on working out in my state. The personal trainer was certified, experienced and official with the slow and aggravating process to recovery after an injury. The man worked with me on a personal basis, setting achievable goals plus remaining kind when I got aggravated. The personal trainer was extremely supportive and accommodating yet challenged me to work harder and longer. Progress was slow even though I gradually upped strength and my range of movement. As I reached my goals, I observed my pain and headaches were going away. I am not in the best shape of my life but I credit my personal trainer with getting me close to it.

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