The Fashion Spot—February 20, 2014
A healthy diet and regular exercise should be non-negotiable in anyone's life, but as with most things, too much of a good thing can be harmful. We asked Dr. Marci Goolsby, a sports medicine physician at Hospital for Special Surgery’s Women’s Sports Medicine Center, to give us insight into some of the hidden dangers that may come with staying in shape.
Exercising without adequate nutrition can lead to bone and fertility issues in women. This can cause one to skip periods, leading to fertility issues and weakened bones, thereby increasing the risk of stress fracture and future osteoporosis.
Balance is important in a healthy exercise program and should include cardiovascular exercise, strength training as well as balance and flexibility exercises. Not incorporating a balance of exercise can lead to injury. Overworking one aspect of exercise or one body part can lead to overuse injuries.
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