Blogs about Injury Prevention

Exercise After Joint Injury: A Three-Step Approach

Exercise after joint injury can depend upon several things.  Here are a few:

Gina does "The Trainer's butt kicking boot camp"!

How Exercise and Your Diet Can Help You Prevent Injuries

Whether you’re a professional athlete or just pretending to be one, injuries can sneak up on you in a moment’s notice.

How to Accurately Describe Your Pain to a Doctor

Dealing with an injury or chronic pain can be challenging, as most physical pain-related ailments can disrupt how you typically live your life. The problem with pain is that it is often difficult to describe, and when consulting with a doctor, it can often be misdiagnosed based on the language you use to describe your pain.

Stretching sore muscles?

Epistemology is the study of the acquisition of knowledge. Here's what I have come to know about stretching, performance, and recovery:

Exercise for Injury Prevention: The Rotator Cuff

Exercise for Injury Prevention: The Rotator CuffChest Press for Shoulder Stabilization

Sand pit

The first blog post of many…. I hope I do not disappoint as I try to do everything to the best of my abilities. I’m sure that as I develop the blog will also so stay tuned for the information and guidance you crave.

Certified vs. Qualified

 

Fit Tips: Stay True To Form

Form is a specific way of performing a movement, often a strength training exercise, to avoid injury, prevent “cheating” and increase strength. It doesn’t matter how many pushups or any other exercise you can do in a minute if you’re not doing a single one correctly, with correct form. A useful way to approach exercise is in terms of progression: Perfect your technique, then later add weight and/or speed.

Five Gardening Stretches for Fitness

Introduction