injury

Ultimate responsibility for your body falls on you. If you got injured, it is because you did something you weren’t ready for.
Pain doesn't occur in isolation, so injuries should force us to look for breakdowns in our chains of movement as a whole.
You’ll be able to run more, experience fewer overuse injuries, and race faster. And who doesn’t want that?
In addition to every body being different, also remember that every day is different. Be mindful.
Eighty percent of Achilles tendon injuries occur during recreational sports. Who is at risk, and how do you cope during recovery?
An Achilles tendon injury could have been career-ending, but determination and focus led me back to competitive CrossFit.
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?
Chiropractors such as Dr. Brian Gervais are changing how we deal with recovery in clinical settings.
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Let’s take a look at the steps we can take to avoid pain and injury in our BJJ careers.
Pain does not come simply from our habitual mechanics. Our mental habits can cause just as many problems.
Your feet just take you from point A to point B, right? You don’t need to train them. Oh, but how wrong you are.
Although I had to take it easy this week because of a few injuries, I still learned a lot and taught an advanced class.
If you can kick any of these habits, you’ve just defined yourself as a stronger, fitter, more functional human.
No one else can make this happen for you. No one else can fix you. It’s on you.
When it comes to what athletes do and what will help them perform better, I look to the science.
Simple interventions mean more reliable outcomes. The following five tips will give you real results.