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Neuromuscular Training

Before and After

Do fit, healthy, competitive athletes need neuromuscular training? When I met this fit, healthy, competitive athlete, he had complaints of chronic hip pain that “nobody could figure out” for years. He eventually gave up and accepted that he would deal with hip pain for the rest of his life. He was told previously that he …

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Ankle Sprains in Sports

Sprained Ankle? Learn How Bad it is and What To Do for it Ankle sprains are one of the most common injuries in sports, particularly sports that involve cutting and pivoting, such as soccer, basketball, and football. Understanding what an ankle sprain is, how bad it is, and what to do for it will be …

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PSIA-AASI Podcast: Get Knee Smart with ACL Strong Tips

In an interview with George Thomas, from the Professional Ski Instructors Association and American Association of Snowboard Instructors (PSIA-AASI), we discuss best strategies to physically prepare for snow-skiing and snowboarding, specifically to protect your knees.  We talk about the important pillars of injury prevention training and how this specific type of training reduces the risk …

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The Secret Weapon that Successful Coaches use to Start a Season Strong, while the Competition is Left Standing Still

Successful coaches have a developed strategy for facilitating a championship season. They don’t just rely on good players and luck. The strategy is in motion long before the season begins, and this “secret weapon” is helping their teams fly through the starting line at a strong pace, while the competition is left standing still. Here …

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