Repair Sports Institute: Getting Summer Ready

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5 SIMPLE SUMMER HEALTH TIPS PREPARE YOURSELF FOR WARMER WEATHER

Are you ready for the summer? We know we are! The warm weather poses so many new and fun activities, from summer teams to beach trips to clubs and camps. With all the hustle and bustle of summertime activities, it can sometimes be difficult to fit the necessary amounts of physical activity into your busy schedule, especially if summer is your off-season. (continued inside)

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5 SIMPLE SUMMER HEALTH TIPS PREPARE YOURSELF FOR WARMER WE ATHER However, at Repair Sports Institute, we want to make sure you’re still maintaining your optimum levels of physical function, even when you’re lounging on the sand! These simple tips can help you better prepare for summer: 1. Get outside! This may seem like an obvious one, but not everyone has a strong interest in the outdoors. It can sometimes be difficult, especially on particularly hot or humid days. However, getting outside as often as you can will boost your energy levels and get you some much-needed Vitamin D. Make your way over to your local pool, peruse around nearby shops, or simply take a walk around the neighborhood to get out, get moving, and enjoy the weather! 2. Rearrange your schedule. Does your schedule leave little time to fit in physical activity? Perhaps you have a full day of commuting to and from your 9-5 job, preparing your kids for summer camps, volunteering, and acting as a chauffeur while the kids are

out of school. However, even adding in 30 minutes of physical activity into your busy routine can make a big difference in helping maintain your function. Try taking a walk during your lunch break, going to the gym in the morning before making your commute, or even treating yourself to an exercise class a couple nights a week – you deserve it! Are you part of a summer sports team? If so, it is important to make sure you prepare your body for the upcoming season beforehand! Use this time to start training, maintaining a nutritious diet, and strengthening the necessary parts of your body. At Repair Sports Institute, we also offer training and performance classes to train your body for your specific sport! Contact us to find out how we can get you to your peak performance for your summer team. 3. Get healthy for your summer team.

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5 Simple Summer Health Tips

4. Start something new! Are you unsure about what you want to do in terms of staying active this summer? Try taking up a new hobby that’ll get you moving! There are several outdoor activities that’ll allow you to take advantage of the warm weather, such as beach volleyball, running clubs, kayaking, rock climbing, or hiking. Try your hand at some of these to see which suits you best! Any new physical hobby will help you get the exercise you need. 5. Contact us for help. At Repair Sports Institute, we want to make sure you stay safe this summer – we want you to be able to enjoy it! If you find yourself in any sort of pain, or if you’d simply like some extra motivational assistance, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our mission is to help you achieve a healthy mind, body, and spirit through our services, whether that be for physical therapy or fitness training. Whatever the case may be, we are here to help. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and discuss your fitness goals with one of our licensed physical therapists. We can design an individualized treatment plan for you, based on your specific needs and goals. We’ll help you prepare your body for the summer so it can be one to remember!

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DR. RANJ JAAF, D.C. Dr. Jaaf is a state-licensed chiropractic physician in California. He is a preferred practitioner in Orange County and Southern California. He holds a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology from Temple University, Philadelphia and graduated with his Doctorate in Chiropractic from Southern

California University of Health Sciences. His treatment protocol prioritizes human performance optimization first, and pain resolution second. This is because he believes that when you optimize human performance, it will inherently decrease pain. In addition to Chiropractic, Dr. Jaaf is also a NCSF certified personal trainer and fitness enthusiast. His love for fitness started at an early age and continued into a lifelong passion for movement. With an extensive background in human movement patterns, he incorporates a variety of disciplines to his treatments and training styles.

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