Category: Injury Prevention
3 ways to avoid pulling a muscle during winter training .
A large percentage of people train just outside of injury. This means that just a minor additional stressor can cause damage. Cold temperature can be that stressor.
Avoiding injury when Training and Stretching – Part 2
There is not a single person on earth who never got injured. And there isn’t a single person who did not suffer a set back in his/her training due to an injury. For this reason, I feel that knowing how to avoid injury is a universally helpful topic.
The Cause of Pain is Not at the Location of Pain – Part 2
Today we’ll talk about what you can do to lessen your chance of injury, by minimizing the inhibition of a muscle group and its tendons by the antagonists.
Injury Edition: Low Back Sprain (Complete Guide)
Athletes are very tuned in to the messages the body sends on a daily basis. They must act quickly when an injury is present. By this time, you have learned how to identify whether your pain is just a sore muscle or if you are dealing with a potential injury.
Re-injuring Yourself All The Time? There Is A Hidden But Common Reason Why
You see most people are not flexibility-wise balanced. One side of the body is usually tighter than the other. This happens due to many causes:
How to Prevent Injuries: The Main Factors
It’s well known to me what it is getting injured after long training program, right before a goal is reached. In some cases, right after the skill is mastered, without having some time to enjoy that skill.
Supporting flexibility with strength
This allows for injury prevention as well as retention of the flexibility you gain with each training session. The new ranges is the deeper range of motion that is received through ZST’s.
Is it possible to perform an Arabesque with a neutral spine?
In theory, it is possible to stretch the ligament to bring the leg to 90 degrees hyperextension. There are ballet dancers and rhythmic gymnast with deep hip hyperextension coming from the flexibility of both the ligaments and the muscles. The safety of such range of motion coming from the stretched ligaments have been debated for…
Don’t Stretch while sore (Here is Why)
Don’t Stretch while sore, here is why.
Extendend Length Conditioning – When To Do It
Extended Length Conditioning is an EasyFlexibility/ElasticSteel concept. This concept is found in most routines and is used to support the ZST (Zaichik Stretching Technique).