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Regroup Successfully After Life Knocks You Down

From the Show: HER
Summary: Recovery after surgery is challenging. Learn how to stay productive without pushing yourself too hard.
Air Date: 7/21/16
Duration: 10
Host: Michelle King Robson and Pam Peeke, MD
Guest Bio: Liz Corah, Fitness Professional
Liz CorahLiz Corah is a seasoned fitness professional with over 15 years of experience delivering dynamic and effective group fitness and personal training. Her programs are not only effective, but invigorating and addictive.

She first brought her flair to fitness after having been a professional dancer/choreographer in Southern California in 2001.

Having trained thousands of clients and group fitness participants, Liz Corah's knowledge of quality programming and the human body are top notch.
  • Guest Twitter Account: @lizcorah
Regroup Successfully After Life Knocks You Down
“Your strongest muscle and your worst enemy is your mind. Train it well.” -Unknown

Resuming activity after surgery is challenging, especially if you were a busy body prior to your procedure.

The body wants to move. The mind knows recovery is necessary. Compromise between the two will help your mind and body. Don’t do too much.

You may want to find a trainer who can supervise your rehabilitation and regrouping efforts. This outside perspective can keep you from pushing yourself too much, while still allowing you to get physical benefits from the workout.

Don’t wallow after life presents you with challenges. Consider the cause of the surgery as a speed bump. Get your strength back and accept support. Use that to enhance other people’s lives as well.

Listen in as fitness expert Liz Corah shares the lessons she’s learned from surviving meningioma surgery.

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