Anyone that has spent a day as a strength and conditioning coach knows very well that in-season training is not high on the list of things to do for both athletes and sport coaches. 710 more words
Tags » Injury Prevention
Some topics at this years event include tackling in football, sports nutrition, treating the throwing shoulder, on-field management of a spine injury, and swimming mechanics with rehabilitation. 53 more words
Ice hockey is an inherently physical sport and as such creates situations where injury is possible and often likely. With the influence that injuries can have on a team’s success, research has started to focus on our ability to assess injury risk and prevent injuries before they occur. 1,655 more words
One of the most popular fitness tests is being able to touch your toes – can you?
It is not about showing off, but basic flexibility is essential – reaching, turning, movement in general – especially as we age – we need to develop our flexibility to ensure healthy joints and reduce the risks of injury as we age. 362 more words
My clients come to me because they cannot move their neck or they cannot tie their shoes. To what degree depends on their lifestyle choices. My biggest challenge as an alternative health care practitioner is getting clients to seek treatment before they are injured. 661 more words