Tag Archives: strength

More Gain, Less Pain: 5 Tips for Preventing Sports Injuries

Athletes’ injuries typically result from overuse and muscle fatigue or muscle trauma. Overuse injuries tend to occur when the body is pushed past its physical limits or beyond an athlete’s level of conditioning. However, poor technique or training mistakes can be a contributing factor to overuse and can ultimately lead to trauma. As many people […]

Preventing Knee Pain As You Age

Over the course of your lifetime, your knees tend to take a pounding even if you don’t realize it. They are constantly in use, you use them to sit, stand, walk, run, and make limitless other movements with your legs. There are some things to take into consideration while managing your knee joint pain, first […]

Five Tips to Keep Your Joints Happy and Healthy

In order to protect joints and promote their long-term health, you should be mindful of caring for your joints not only while you exercise, but also simply in daily life. To accomplish this, you should aim to include activities that limit wear and tear on your joints and make a point to include joint-healthy choices. […]

How to Prevent Sports-Related Injuries

Over half of sports-related injuries happen during practices rather than games. By following some easy, yet important, tasks the risk of injury can decrease drastically among young athletes. 1. Educate yourself With millions of children in the United States participating in sports, it’s important to continuously educate students, parents, and coaches on injury prevention. Not […]

Running Faster, Stronger, and Longer

Whether you’re an avid distance runner or just beginning to trot, running is a great way to utilize bones and joints throughout your body. And no matter where you are on your jogging journey, being able to go further and run faster is probably your goal, and can provide even greater health benefits. Here are […]