injury

Despite the inconvenience of DOMS, a common belief is this soreness translates to progress, a job well done, and your ticket to inevitable Gainz™. Is this correct?
Lindsey Mathews is a chiropractor who specializes in biomechanics of the body. She eats a paleo diet and takes fish oil. Here are ten articles from her to help you look after yourself.
I believe if you have an injury the best thing to do for it is move whatever you can as much as possible within pain-free range of motion. Here's how I dealt with my own food processor induced trauma.
After an injury the hard part is teaching yourself a new norm, deciding what you need to give up and how you will continue to train.
If you’re in this fitness thing for the long haul you need to smarten up or you’re going to spend the next 40 years telling everyone about how you can’t do X or Y because of (insert body part here).
People's first thoughts about weightlifting often involve images of injury and weights falling on top of them. But how dangerous is the sport really? Probably far less than anyone imagines.
If you're like many athletes, you might have experienced an injury at one point or another. Here are some rehabilitative methods for a variety of problems, including shoulder, neck, and back injuries.
I love to train as much as you, but the fact is as I get older it's just not the same. Similarly, you might be young, but injured. So here's how to handle working out safely in these situations.
If you've ever had an injury you know healing is a physical AND mental process. Here is some advice for getting through the emotional and mental side of healing.
I've avoided injury for the most part in my athletic career, until recently when I heard that fateful "pop" in my knee during training. But I've been making recovery a positive experience.
This article is a rebuttal to the article "It's CrossFit and It's Going to Hurt" by Josh Bunch. CrossFit doesn't have to hurt. Bad coaching hurts, and you find it everywhere, not just in CrossFit.
We explain what a "screen" is, the goal of corrective exercises and how to examine and correct the basic squat movement.
I'm going to try to save you some time and pain by sharing the lessons I learned the hard way. Here's how you should train if you want to do it for many years and remain injury free.
A recent article from the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research explored the role of the strength and conditioning coach in providing emotional support to injured athletes.
I used to joke about wanting be in the "masters" category of competition, now for the first time I feel like a mature athlete. What makes me feel this way? Six things in particular, and here they are.
I not only understand my patient's injuries because I'm a doctor, but also because I was once an injured athlete, too. It was that injury that actually inspired me to pursue my career.
Recent research based on competitive athletes indicates a person's risk for injury is mainly determined by their sport and gender, not their fitness level.