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injury recovery

Mindfulness can alter the state of your nervous system and get you back in the game sooner.
Change your perspective to change your life.
Take a proactive approach to recovery with foods and supplements to help your body heal.
Rule number one is don't get injured. But if you do, ask yourself these questions to keep moving forward.
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.
It is critical that youth pitchers, parents, and coaches educate themselves well on the consequences of electing the Tommy John surgery.
Ultimate responsibility for your body falls on you. If you got injured, it is because you did something you weren’t ready for.
Eighty percent of Achilles tendon injuries occur during recreational sports. Who is at risk, and how do you cope during recovery?
Recovering from an injury is already challenging enough, but when you toss in all the psychological games our minds trip us out with, it’s that much worse.
Why is your injury just not healing? It could be for reasons you never thought of. Fix these and you will be well on the way to fixing yourself.
When returning from an injury, be smart. Your goal is to train for years. Train at the right intensity, avoid positions that feel uncomfortable, and choose the right training partners.
Coming back to training after injury or illness is never pleasant, but if you keep a detailed training journal it can give you clues to your derailment and a guide on how to get back in the groove.
Many of you are familiar with "K-Star" and his website, MobilityWOD. Have you checked out his new book? The title might be whacky, but the information inside is 100% legit.
The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) is a great test, but don't get so distracted by it that you lose sight of your training goals. Read about how I melded training and my FMS results.
If you have ever been injured as an athlete, you've experienced the depressing reality of muscle atrophy. Scientists recently discovered a protein, Gadd45a, as the cause of atrophy.
Sally broke her wrist in BJJ, but she still wants to train. Is there any way to keep training martial arts and conditioning with a broken wrist? Coach Andrew gives his opinion.
41 was a rough year full of injuries and surgeries, but now that I'm on the other side I'm a more balanced person. Learn how I recovered and the essential lessons I learned along the way.
The ankle, when injured, loses its sense of proprioception quickly. The recovery can be tricky. Taking a global approach to rehabilitation leads to getting back to activity sooner and stronger.