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Hi Justin,

Thank you for the clarification that your injury was a result of weight training. Depending upon what part of your body is injured and the extent of your injury you can visit a physician, work around it, rest it, use ice or heat, or very gently practice asanas as a substitution.

If it is a muscle injury, that is much better than a joint injury. If it is a joint injury, you should visit a physician. When you have time please let us know exact details of your injury. When in doubt, see a physician for professional medical advice.

Best wishes for your speedy recovery.

Namaste,

Paul

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