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Bands: Time Under Tension and Rehabbing Injuries

Performing any sort of physical activity puts the participant at risk of injury. The risk continues to increase as the participant increases the inten... Continue reading
5 Steps for Dealing with Joint Pain and Inflammation

Many athletes ignore injuries and joint pain. That’s not actually all that unexpected. Running to the hospital every time you get a bump or brui... Continue reading
How To Find The Right Massage Therapist

There’s nothing like a good massage to help alleviate pain, prevent injuries, or just find a rare moment of Zen while lying on a table and remem... Continue reading
Are Your Bad Habits the Reason For Your Back Pain?

If you’ve ever had back pain, you’ve probably noticed that people are likely to attribute it to a weak core. Finding core work in one&rsqu... Continue reading
True or false: Core Stability Training Can Help to Cure Your Back Pain

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last decade or so, you’ve probably heard everyone from physical therapists and personal tra... Continue reading
True or False: Anti-Inflammatory Drugs Can Interfere With Healing After An Injury

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs) are a class of drugs that reduce pain and inflammation. They include common over-the-counter drugs like asp... Continue reading
Injury: Grieving and Getting Past It

Injuries. They happen to the best of us. Whether nagging or serious, injuries throw us off of our game in more ways than one. To not be able to train ... Continue reading
Achilles Ruptures Do Not Have To Happen

Back in 2011, discussion of Achilles injuries secondary to box jumps was not that prevalent. All of us in the CrossFit world were doing fast, reboundi... Continue reading
You Want Me to Do What With My Crook Back?!?

Olympic weightlifting can play an important role in the rehabilitation of disc prolapses, either on its own or as an adjunct to exercise modalities su... Continue reading
Watch Your Head: Brain Health and Youth Sports

Mentioning concussions and head trauma to fans of contact sports is bad form, akin to discussing the dangers of weight cutting to a room full of wrest... Continue reading
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