Reducing The Risk of Non-Contact Knee Injuries
For anyone interested in this topic, my article was recently released and published on PTontheNet. You can find the article by using this link: http://www.ptonthenet.com/articles/training-to-reduce-non-contact-knee-i...
I especially appreciated that you advised trainers to “conduct their own research in this area to determine which, if any, of these programs satisfies their needs.” This really drives home the point that trainers should avoid taking “cookie cutter” approaches to helping their clients. Your article did a good job of emphasizing how, as trainers, it’s of the utmost importance to cater to the individual client based on what their body needs most. I appreciate that you didn’t present your topic as a “one-size-fits-all” solution to the prevention of non-contact knee injuries.
You’ve won over another follower of your blog via email – I look forward to getting updates about the content you have published in the future!
Thanks for letting us know.
great article. I am delighted to know that I will see you in Alexandria next week. I would love to discuss this further.
I have observed my husband's granddaughters as they were walking in front of us in their shoes ?! and the position those things (no other way to call them) placed their ankles and knees. As I am aware that they are active, I could not help but wonder what would happen to those poor knees if the girls were all of a sudden in sneakers and running around.