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"There is more wisdom in your body than in your deepest philosophies." - Nietzche
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.
Trying to progress through a fitness program with muscular imbalances will only reinforce your pre-existing dysfunctions.
“Injuries happen in sports” is not the end of the discussion. It should be the beginning.
The sacroiliac joint can get really beaten up in some people leading to pain and injury. Here are my favorite exercises to prevent that.
The latest lawsuit creates a negative association for people not familiar with CrossFit.
CrossFit HQ denies responsibility for the events that led to Kevin Ogar's devastating injury, but the evidence isn't as clear-cut.
Eighty percent of Achilles tendon injuries occur during recreational sports. Who is at risk, and how do you cope during recovery?
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?
Learn how to quickly identify and avoid growth plate injuries in adolescent and children's sports.
If you feel pain on a regular basis, it's time to examine your workouts as the possible culprit.
Bookmark this page and make these articles your homework if you consider yourself a dedicated athlete or coach.
I know what you’re thinking: I see top athletes wearing knee sleeves, so shouldn’t I wear them as well?
When you're suddenly not able to train due to injury, it can be devastating. Here's how to prevent that from happening.
What do an athlete and a 65-year old with a knee replacement have in common? A lot more than you think, from my perspective working in injury and surgery rehab.
The way you train, eat, and sleep is going to determine how long you can stay on the mats.
Because most runners can’t imagine not being able to run, they tend to ignore the warning signs of impending injury.