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Achilles Adventures: Injuries in Pickleball

Achilles Adventures: Understanding Injuries in Pickleball By Dr. Evan Langley   Pickleball, the beloved sport combining elements of tennis, badminton, and ping pong, has been capturing the hearts of people worldwide. Whether you’re a seasoned player or just dipping your toes into the court, understanding the Achilles tendon’s anatomy, its weakness to injury, and its

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Elevate Your Golf Game with Strength Training Insights

Elevate Your Golf Game with Strength Training Insights by Coach Shelby Holden, MS, CSCS In our ongoing series exploring the intersection of fitness and golf, we’ve delved into the intricacies of swing mechanics and the importance of a well-rounded fitness regimen for optimal performance on the green. Now, let’s dive deeper into building a comprehensive

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Unraveling the Myths of Injury Prevention in Youth Sports

Youth sports play a crucial role in the physical, mental, and social development of children. However, with the increasing emphasis on competition and specialization, the risk of injuries has become a growing concern for parents, coaches, and young athletes alike. In the pursuit of injury prevention, several myths have emerged that may inadvertently hinder the

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Striding Strong: Mastering the Art of Recovery After Every Run

Striding Strong: Mastering the Art of Recovery After Every Run Heading out for a run? Chances are that you’ve considered the route, the distance, the goal, your gear, and MAYBE even your warm-up, but do you know how to get the most out of your runs after you stop running? In this post, we shift

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Play Longer, Perform Better, Reduce the Risk of Injury with Youth Sports Performance Training

  Chances are that you know, have, or were a youth athlete. Chances also are that you know, have, or were a youth athlete that got injured while playing youth sports. The American College of Sports Medicine’s statement on Youth Strength Training says: The goal of youth strength training should be to improve the musculoskeletal

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