Blogs about Injury Prevention

Thursday, July 30, 2015 • L1H 2P9, CA
Darcy Broadbent's Blog
If I had a nickel every time someone asked me about Neuromuscular Stretching I would have…no money. That’s because no one asks and maybe that’s because nobody has heard of it…until now. Let me introduce you to a wonderful new way to stretch.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015 • Houston, TX 77027
Gabriel Sanchez's Blog
3 Good Reasons to Do Strength TrainingA well-rounded fitness routine involves more than walking, running, biking, or swimming 5 days a week. Sure, aerobic workouts are key to getting and staying fit. But it’s important to mix in some strength training, too.    
Sunday, May 31, 2015 • San Mateo, CA 94404
Monique Molino's Pilates, TRX Suspension Trainer, and Dance Blog
It’s a tough world out there: sitting through long commute and work hours, standing and walking on hard surfaces. Faced with these daily work/life balance challenges, it’s not surprising that at least 80% of Americans will experience back pain at least once in their lives.
Thursday, April 23, 2015
Healthy Body Healthy Mind
In this article we discuss when hamstring pain can be diagnosed as a hamstring injury with John from Synergy Physio. Hamstring injuries are one of the most common injuries that present to a physiotherapy clinic. However although common there are many things that can pretend to be a hamstring injury that are not indeed hamstring injuries.
Sunday, March 01, 2015 • Alexandria, VA 22306
Denise Lee's Blog
Mild swelling will usually go away on its own. Home treatment may help relieve symptoms. Swelling and pain are very common with injuries. When you have swelling, you should look for other symptoms of injury that may need to be evaluated by your doctor. If you have a medical condition that may cause swelling, follow your doctor’s instructions on how to treat your swelling. Below are tips you can do to help reduce and/or eliminate swelling.Click HERE to read the rest of the article.
Monday, September 22, 2014 • Little River, SC 29566
Elizabeth Reighard's Blog
If you want to stay injury free, the best strategy is to do different exercises everytime you go to workout.  If you rode the bike Monday, jog or walk on Tuesday, Swim on Wednesday, etc.  If you worked your chest and back on Monday, work legs on Tuesday, work shoulders, triceps, and biceps on Wednesday, etc.  Full body routines are fine to do also, but make sure you don't lift too heavy if you are only going to give yourself one day off in between strength training sessions.
Friday, July 18, 2014 • Baltimore, MD 21224
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Today’s typical golfer faces many challenges. Not only are golf courses becoming longer and more difficult, but today’s golfer is actually less prepared to play the game. In today’s automated society of long commutes, computers and television, many golf enthusiasts are not properly conditioned because of a lack of movement in their everyday lives. People today are spending more time in office-related jobs and more hours at work.
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Friday, March 28, 2014 • San Jose, CA 95112
Wendi's World Blog
Take care of your body it’s the only one you’ve got. I was recently in a car accident and it completely through off my journey to be healthier and happy. As a result of my injuries I had to stop exercising and I now rest the majority of each day. Additionally, because I can’t workout I’ve had to tighten up my diet and eat cleaner than before to prevent gaining weight from being sedentary. Being inactive is soooo unnatural for me!
Friday, March 14, 2014 • Hilo, HI 96720
Soul Fitness Hawaii, for your Mind, Body & Soul
Tip of the Day: OVERUSE INJURIES.... Are you an everyday addicted I gotta workout for 90 minutes or more kind of gal? Are you a I can't eat this, I can't eat that, I can't drink this, I can't drink that kind of gal? Are you a I'm going to push myself even if it hurts kind of gal? Are you a oh hell, my cramps are bad, but the gyms calling kind of gal?
Sunday, March 02, 2014 • CEDAR HILL, TX 75104-3260
Seth Spradling's Blog
When speaking with clients and potential clients, personal trainers are often asked their opinions about the latest fad in the exercise industry. I can't count how many times I am asked my view on such workouts as P90X, CrossFit, etc. While these are good workout programs that certainly have their place with certain segments of the population, I do not recommend them for beginners or people who have returned to exercise after a long lapse. For these clients, it is important to first master correct posture and form before jumping in to more advanced levels of exercise.