Just because you may have suffered an injury doesn’t mean you have to cut back on your training all together. There are always way to work around or with your injury, unless you look at being injured as an excuse to not work out. But I’m not buying it. And just because you’re hurt doesn’t mean you’re limited to spending your time on a boring piece of cardio equipment If you suffered a shoulder injury you can still do some lower body training and work the non-injured side. And vice versa if you’re suffering from a lower body injury. Or may be the injury has brought some awareness to you that you have to work on some mobility or stability issues that lead to the injury in the first place. You can even work the injured area by implementing some corrective exercise. There’s always options, it’s just about finding the right ones.