- 1 1.Stop and Go
- 2 2. On bended knees
- 3 3.Cooldown
- 4 4. Get the proper equipment
- 5 5.Do it the right way
- 6 6.Go West (or whichever direction)
- 7 7.Have yourself filmed
- 8 8.Loosen the shoulders.
- 9 9.take An early dip
- 10 10. Protect yourself
- 11 11. Smooth out your tendon
- 12 12. Buy your running shoes after work.
- 13 13. Do off-road running.
- 14 14. Know where you’re going.
- 15 15. Train hard.
1.Stop and Go
If you play a sport that requires a full sprint, remember that a full sprint strains the muscles of the lower body. To combat this, do stop-and-go exercises. For example, run 30 meters at about 80 per cent of your effort, slow to a jog for five to 10 meters, then run again for another 30 meters. Repeat this process five times.
2. On bended knees
Almost 3 out of four ACL injury occurs when players are landing or turning. If your knees are bent instead of straight, the risk of injury is greatly reduced according to a report in the JAAOS (Journal of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons).
Heatstroke is not something that can be easily cured like a headache. To avoid it, stay cool and hydrated. Be sure the combined temp and humidity is less than 160. This is according to Dr Dave Janda of the IPSM.
4. Get the proper equipment
Badly fitting gears or ill sized equipment can be a cause of training injuries. The extra money spent on proper equipment goes a long way.
5.Do it the right way
Bad technique is just as bad as, well, bad equipment. Seek advice from pros and trainers, this advice is invaluable to your exercises or training.
6.Go West (or whichever direction)
If you’re playing or training in multiple directions, your warm-up should also. Move sideways, backward, forward and all the motions you might be doing. This allows your body to be prepared.
7.Have yourself filmed
The camera doesn’t lie. Show your video to a person well versed in your training, so he can give a critic of your fitness regimen.
8.Loosen the shoulders.
Even a slightly injured rotator cuff can shut down the function of a shoulder. You might want to include stretching to protect your rotator cuffs.
9.take An early dip
Schedule your swimming sessions early. The fewer people in the pool means less of everything in the pool.
10. Protect yourself
Wearing custom-fitted mouth guards reduces the risk of injuries by as much as 82 per cent, according to a study at UNC at Chapel Hill. Plunk out the cash for a custom-fitted mouth guard and it’ll last for years including your smile and teeth.
11. Smooth out your tendon
Inquire about ultrasound needle therapy. This procedure is minimally by using ultrasound to guide a needle. The needle smoothens the bone, breaks up calcifications, and fixes scar tissue. Thirteen out of twenty patients saw improvement, and the session takes only about 15 minutes of your time.
12. Buy your running shoes after work.
Shop in the evening, the feet are swollen after a day of work. It approximates how your feet will be after three miles of running.
13. Do off-road running.
If the surface is unstable, it trains the ankles to be stable.
14. Know where you’re going.
Whether its biking or skiing, be sure to have a dry run down any path first. A lot of injuries can be avoided when you’re familiar with the route taken.
15. Train hard.
Anxiety reduces your peripheral vision by three degrees and slows the reaction time by almost 120 milliseconds, according to an article in the Journal of Sports Sciences. When the going gets difficult, the veteran athlete relies on skills they’ve trained for and practised. It keeps them cooler under pressure, widening their vision so they can see react much faster.