injury prevention

The biceps curl may seem like a simple exercise, but it is still important to maintain good form to prevent unnecessary pain and injury.
Getting older doesn't have to equal getting weaker.
Freestyle might be every swimmer's best friend, but it is important to have different strokes in your repertoire to be your best athlete.
What if we quit thinking of why people get yoga injuries and started thinking about the road signs that tell us we are moving into pain?
Save yourself a trip to the doctor and learn how to treat these common running injuries on your own.
Your feet are your foundation and are responsible for transferring all the force from your body to the ground.
Bookmark this page and make these articles your homework if you consider yourself a dedicated athlete or coach.
What follows are simple hands-on tests that can determine where your injury lies.
If you have a strong lower body, but still feel unstable, then your adductors might be the missing piece.
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.
Injury when weightlifting, like all other sports, is to be avoided. The instance of injury will be minimal if you take all possible steps that eliminate the chances for them to occur first place.
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.