Breaking Muscle Shop


All too often acute pains become chronic, and we start to identify with our pain.
CrossFit is on the losing end of a personal injury lawsuit in Missouri. Blames due process.
Consider these strategies for working around and with knee pain.
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.
An injury can be a devastating setback, or a springboard to greater things. It's up to you.
Rule number one is don't get injured. But if you do, ask yourself these questions to keep moving forward.
If you eat well and train hard but sleep poorly, you're holding yourself back.
These incorrect mindsets will slow down your rehab, and could even leave you more injured than you were before.
Injury can be like a mental bomb going off in your head. Here are some strategies to work through it, get better, and stay sane.
Just because you're not at your best doesn't mean you should give up on your plan for the day.
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.
Some small injuries can’t be avoided, but more serious problems can be kept at bay. Here are the things I've learned over the years.
Stop acute trauma from causing acute injury by identifying and fixing your movement patterns.