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Up Your WOD: Recovery for CrossFit

October 16th, 2017|0 Comments

CrossFit popularity is at an all-time high and there are no signs of it slowing down anytime soon, but injuries in CrossFit are also at an all-time high. With the increasing popularity and trend of crossfit, it’s important that these athletes take their recovery seriously. Proper recovery for crossfit, may be more than most other sports, could mean the difference between a personal record or being out of the gym for an extended period of time.

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How to Recover from a Strained Oblique

October 11th, 2017|0 Comments

Any time you strain a muscle, it’s painful and it will impact your day-to-day life, but that’s especially true when it’s a core muscle. Your obliques are part of your abdominal muscles between your pelvis and ribs, making up your waist. When you’re dealing with a strained oblique, seemingly the only thing that you can do without feeling the pain from that strain is dream about not being injured.

Oblique muscle strains are caused when you overstretch the area beyond its limits causing the muscle fibers to tear. They’re commonly caused by trauma from sports, overtraining in the gym (too many sit ups!), or can even be caused by blunt trauma from sports like martial arts or boxing.

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5 Injury Treatment Mistakes You’re Probably Making

September 25th, 2017|0 Comments

With so many treatment options available, not to mention the various opinions of doctors, trainers, chiropractors, massage therapists, friends, family, and even fans at your games, it may feel almost impossible to make the right decisions when it comes to your injury treatment. There are a lot of opinions out there and even more misconceptions, many of which you’ve probably taken as fact.

These five injury treatment mistakes are made every single day around the world causing longer rehabilitation time, unnecessary pain, and even re-injury. Don’t join that statistic. Avoid these mistakes!

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Active Recovery For Football Players

September 14th, 2017|0 Comments

It’s here! It’s finally here! Football season is upon us and if you’re anything like, well, most of America, you couldn’t be more excited. Whether you’re a youth, high school, college, semi-pro, professional, or even a flag football weekend warrior, football season is something that you’ve likely been looking forward to for months. The absolute last thing that you want during the season that you’ve waited so long for is to have it end in injury. While football injuries definitely aren’t completely avoidable, there are things that can be done to help avoid them, such as a good active recovery program.

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The Trick to Pulled Quad Recovery

August 21st, 2017|0 Comments

The quadriceps are one of the biggest muscles in your body and really have an affect on almost every move that you take, so dealing with a pulled quad can be one of the most frustrating and painful injuries that an athlete can get. There probably isn’t a single sport that you can perform well with a pulled quad so any athlete having to deal with it, is likely looking for a way to heal quickly. Well, when you have a pulled quad, or really any other injury, there is a single trick that you need to do in order to heal quickly.

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8 Crucial Hip Flexor Treatment Steps

August 16th, 2017|0 Comments

You never realize how important your hip flexors are to your everyday life until you have an injured hip flexor. Hip flexor treatment isn’t easy either. It’s a very active portion of your body and almost every move affects it in some way.

When you go to the doctor with a hip flexor injury, they’re likely to tell you to use the R.I.C.E. method, take some NSAIDS (anti-inflammatory drugs), and let your body heal itself (assuming it’s not a very serious injury which may require surgery). For an athlete, the sit-and-wait approach just doesn’t cut it. We get anxious and frustrated waiting for our injuries to heal themselves. It just takes too long.

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