Archive for Injury Prevention / Treatment
The Latest Scientific Studies and Research Findings
Without a doubt, the most common questions I’m asked is; “What’s your view on the latest scientific studies and research findings in regards to stretching?”
Many people dismiss the cool down as a waste of time, or simply unimportant. In reality the cool down is just as important as the warm up, and if you want to stay injury free, it’s vital. Read More→
You Must Stretch, Here’s Why!
This short article looks at some of the tips, tricks and helpful hints you can use to help prevent sports injury. It’s been put together to answer some of the more common questions we get regarding stretching and sports injury, and details a number of useful sports injury prevention techniques. I hope it proves useful to you. Read More→
A Guide To Cutting Your Recovery Time By Days, If Not Weeks!
I get a lot of questions from people asking about specific treatments for sports injuries, like running injuries and other common pulled muscle complaints. The unfortunate thing about most of these requests is that the injury occurred some time ago. This time lapse between the injury occurring, and treatment sort, is the biggest stumbling block to a full and complete recovery. Read More→
Here’s How To Avoid It…
Not Giving Your Body The Rest It Needs May Lead To A Sports Injury Disaster!
This month we’re going to have a look at the difference between being just a little tired or on a down-cycle, and being legitimately run down or over tired. It’s important to be able to tell the difference if you want to stay injury free. Nothing will put a stop to your fitness goals more quickly than not being able to recognise when you’re legitimately run down and over tired. Read More→
The warm up activities are a crucial part of any exercise regime or sports training. The importance of a structured warm up routine should not be under estimated when it comes to the prevention of sports injury.
The Warm Up
An effective warm up has a number of very important key elements. These elements, or parts, should all be working together to minimize the likelihood of sports injury from physical activity. Read More→