injury

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.
Carpal tunnel syndrome can drastically affect strength, power, and overall athletic performance. Perform these stretches before and after weight lifting.
Now that I've gotten back to strength training, I'm using pause reps to get the most out of my sessions.
I did my first workout post-surgery, and am finding I feel better if I'm moving, even if I need to modify exercises.
Training in an intuitive manner is the reason people can create great results from their workouts.
As an orthopedic surgeon, I have been treating this problem with greater frequency, especially in the cross-training and CrossFit athletic communities.
So your feet your hurt after a few minutes of running and you think an appropriate goal is to run a half marathon?
Your joints are achier, muscles tighter, and injuries more frequent. The thought creeps into your mind, "It's not that I can't, but should I?"
Strength and conditioning super genius, William Wayland, answers a few of my questions to help all of us stay healthy.
Injury when weightlifting, like all other sports, is to be avoided. The instance of injury will be minimal if you take all possible steps that eliminate the chances for them to occur first place.
I challenge every box reading this to program workouts for one month without high-rep Olympic lifts or touch-and-go deadlifts. There are so many workout options not being utilized.
In order to best help your clientele, it’s important for coaches to understand the muscles of the back, what can cause back pain, and treatments (after physical therapy, of course.)
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.
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.