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Learn some new practical and safe tips to getting back into an exercise routine after an extended break can be daunting, but having a plan in place can help keep you on track. 

Getting back into an exercise routine after an extended break can be daunting, but having a plan in place can help keep you on track. Join Drew Contreras, PT, DPT, and Omi Iwasaki PT, DPT, ATC, as they discuss how to get back into exercise, where to start, how to safely try something new, and how to refocus your movement plan back to you.

This event is part of APTA Fit for Practice, powered by Hyperice.

Our guests

Drew Contreras, PT, DPT, board-certified sports clinical specialist, and vice president of clinical integration and innovation at APTA

Omi Iwasaki, PT, DPT, ATC, board-certified orthopaedic clinical specialist, and senior vice president of performance at EXOS

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