injury prevention

Are your hamstrings the bane of your athletic existence? Here's some help from coaches who know their stuff.
There's something simple that can help you perform better and feel better. And you should be accessing it before you get injured - not after.
Your mission as a CrossFit coach is to challenge the client in your gym, get them stronger, and lead them on the path to mastery and competence.
Together we can minimizing the risk for preventable injuries with non-competitive populations.
Despite our growing understanding of physiology, the incidence of injury has increased over the last ten years. So what gives?
I am going to teach you how to locate weaknesses that lead to overuse injuries. These issues can be addressed easily by training muscle groups responsible for maintaining hip stability.
Injuries within elite athletics are a common occurrence. Does that mean that you, an amateur athlete, are at the same risk for catastrophic injury when performing similar events? No, it does not.
One of the benefits about getting older is you start to see how things are connected. Those subtle relationships can be the key to unlocking amazing returns on training.
Here is a list of why taking joy in the process is more important than the outcome. In fact, it is the best thing you can do for yourself, hands down.
Bodybuilding has been looked at as the redheaded stepchild in terms of a training modality, but in truth it can be a potent modality to complement and aid in the development of the weightlifter.
What does that mean? That means you can't do highly technical stuff for long without getting fatigued and injured.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week: sustainable training, fitness excuses, CrossFit, mature athletes, and more!
After years of doing CrossFit, my body was plagued with nagging injuries. Maybe a different version of the CrossFit Kool-Aid was something to consider?
This article focuses on three factors that can help prevent injury in MMA: strength, mobility, and flexibility. When these are in balance, you're much less likely to sustain an injury.
While any well-developed CrossFit program does cover a lot of ground, there are a few exercises I feel that CF folks would benefit from that I very rarely see these in a CrossFit program.
After an injury the hard part is teaching yourself a new norm, deciding what you need to give up and how you will continue to train.
As a teenage competitive bodybuilder I made some training mistakes that resulted in emergency back surgery. Now, I'm going to share with you what I learned from that experience.