injury

I call out all the fitness specialists who would have you believe they can prevent sport and training-related injury.
Injury is the stimulus for new growth that would never have occurred otherwise.
Injury can be like a mental bomb going off in your head. How you deal with it is your choice.
Think twice before you grab that roll of kinesiology tape. Are you making matters worse?
Tendinosis is more common - and often more serious - than tendonitis, but it is often overlooked.
Once someone is inside the CrossFit bubble, whatever he or she does is no longer ridiculous, it's…try-able. That needs to stop.
There's no easy way to say it: being injured sucks. But what's even worse is not being able to fix the root cause of your pain.
Just because you're injured doesn't mean it's time to give up. Here are three strategies to better yourself as you recover.
Stop acute trauma from causing acute injury by identifying and fixing your movement patterns.
Recovering from an injury is tough, but when it happened to me I also learned some important lessons that will last longer than the injury itself.
Learn the nature of what pain ails you then create a plan to move forward toward better function.
As the 2015 CrossFit Games season wraps up, it is safe to say that the arena is starting to look more like a dangerous carnival than a competition.
Dr. Perry Nickelston dropped by our podcast to chat about common athletic injuries, anatomy, and the importance of individual movement assessment.
Staying in the game and injury-free past the age of forty takes extra time and planning.
Getting in tune with your body and progressing with your routine safely is the key to staying injury-free.
It may come as a surprise, but exercise is not the answer to everything. Here are five reasons to hold off on breaking a sweat.
A study of three average CrossFitters revels the mental and physical toll of training for the CrossFit Open.