Bread and butter Bacon and eggs Black and white Strength and conditioning Fit and healthy There are some words that just seem to go together perfectly in the English language. The problem is that, in the world of sports and fitness, we’ve heard phrases […]
If there’s one teaching point that’s GUARANTEED to cause injury… Kicking in swim training is one thing that a lot of adult swimmers and triathletes struggle with. There’s a sinking feeling of dread that goes through their bodies when they read the word “kick” […]
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Interestingly enough, it’s at this point, when the body has shut down the stockpiling that people start to acknowledge that there’s a problem. In the context of injury, it’s that point when you can no longer train through the pain. During the stockpiling process, we continue to train despite the low level of pain, either because we believe that the pain will go away on its own, or because we’re in denial that we have an issue. We’ll try everything, including switching our training method to try to keep training, while still ignoring the problem. It’s only when training is no longer possible that people start to seek answers.
I’m sure we can all think of at least one person who rolls their eyes or scoffs at the idea of mobility. They’ll make out like it’s beneath them and that they shouldn’t be bothering with such menial things. But that’s not usually the reason […]
Injuries seem to have been accepted as an inevitable part of sports participation – and the main reason why this has happened is the fitness industry’s bad plan. In principle, dealing with injuries as soon as they happen is a great idea, but unfortunately, in […]