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Vicky Kaushal’s Fitness Goals With a fractured arm, he continues to work out, and his fans applaud his dedication

<p>Vicky Kaushal, who is well-known for his compelling parts in films like Dunki and Sam Bahadur, is getting ready for some interesting new roles. Vicky’s perseverance never wavers in the face of obstacles, even after he was rumoured to have suffered an injury when shooting a tough action scene for his next film Chhava. On social media, a video showing him working out in spite of an arm injury is becoming quite popular.</p>
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<p>The actor posted a video of himself working out on his broken hand on Instagram stories on Friday. Vicky was seen working out in his gym clothes, although clearly feeling uncomfortable, and had a plaster on his arm. “When we can’t run, we walk… we don’t stop,” he wrote as the video’s description. The actor added Raowalia’s Rule #1, a Punjabi song, to the backdrop. View his video here:</p>
<p>Three guidelines for exercising after an injury<br />
When deciding whether to work out when injured, you should weigh your general health and fitness, the severity of the injury, and your degree of discomfort. Three guidelines to follow while exercising when injured are as follows:</p>
<p>During physical activity, it’s crucial to closely monitor your body’s cues. It is essential that you pause and take a break if your pain or discomfort increases beyond a certain point. Make changes to your training regimen and concentrate on activities that won’t make the injured region worse.<br />
Even while it might be tempting to push oneself during exercise, it’s just as crucial to put rehabilitation first when recovering from an injury. Include rest days in your workout regimen to give your body a chance to relax and mend.<br />
It is important to get medical advice before exercising when injured. They may provide customised counsel and direction to make sure you work out safely and efficiently.</p>