Making The Most Out Of Your Off-Season - Brooklyn Orthopedist
Please upgrade your internet browser.

Our website was designed for a range of browsers. However, if you would like to use many of our latest and greatest features, please upgrade to a modern, fully supported browser.

Find the latest versions of our supported browsers.

You can also install Google Chrome Frame to better experience this site.

Valley Stream (516) 887-5500
Brooklyn (718) 333-1500
Valley Stream Offices (516) 887-5500
Brooklyn Office (718) 333-1500

Making The Most Out Of Your Off-Season


With the fall sports in some areas in full swing, it can only mean one thing. Summer sports have ended; this does not mean that your training should stop. At Advanced Orthopedics & Joint Preservation, our Brooklyn Orthopedist understands that being a committed athlete is a year-round job. That is why we’d like to offer some advice on how you can make the most out of your offseason.

Visit Our Brooklyn Orthopedist 

Brooklyn Orthopedist

Throughout the season, it’s not uncommon for athletes to pick up a variety of nicks and bruises. Many athletes choose to play through these issues to not have to miss time away from their team. However, now that is officially the offseason, you’ve earned a few weeks of rest. Now is the time to visit our expert orthopedics team. We’ll make sure any injuries you may have sustained are treated, so you can go into next season fully healthy.  

Set Some Goals

During your offseason training, one must set some goals to keep yourself engaged in your workouts. These goals should be attainable yet challenging. Some examples of goals to establish depending on your sport may include:

  • Breaking your mile time.
  • Setting a record of repetitions on a weight lifting exercise.
  • Practice your mechanics for at least an hour. 

Focus On Nutrition 

When working to stay in shape, diet is arguably the largest part of the battle. Staying up with your nutrition will ensure you stay at a competing weight while also giving you enough energy to get through your sometimes taxing workouts. Our Brooklyn orthopedist recommends the following excellent nutrition tips:

  • Load up on carbs a few days before a big workout.
  • Consume between 1.2 and 1.4 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight each day.
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Increase your consumption of fruits and vegetables.  

Don’t Push Through An Injury

As previously mentioned, part of the offseasons is a time for rest. If you suffer an injury during your training, there is no need to try and push through this injury. You’ll have plenty of time to recover and get back to working out before the season starts. However, if you choose not to rest, you can end up making the injury even worse and end up needing treatment from our Brooklyn orthopedist.    

Contact Our Brooklyn Orthopedist

Whether you are looking for more ways to make the most out of your Foffseason, or need to schedule an appointment for treatment, our Brooklyn orthopedist will be there for you. Contact our team at Advanced Orthopedics & Joint Preservation today to take the first steps towards a productive offseason.