My question is about how to create habits to get the daily prehab/rehab exercises done.
This is always my struggle – I never manage to keep it up super consistently and struggle to find ways to fit stuff in and do it every single day. (Currently I need to rehab an ankle, but I really need a daily foam rolling habit too.)
This week, co-host and mental skills coach Carrie Jackson answers a question from listener Penny W. What admissions does Carrie make about her own rehab habits—and how does she get herself back on track, and recommend others do so, too?
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