Do you take the "Ostrich" approach to injury prevention?
The vast majority of people take what I call the "Ostrich" approach to injury prevention... this includes leg muscles injuries (hamstrings, calf, groin, quad & glute).
Are you following this approach?
If you don't know what your current potential for injury is, then by default you have adopted the Ostrich approach (head in the sand).
There are several key factors you can look at to determine your current potential for injury. Once you understand your current situation, you can implement the strategies contained within "No Muscle Strains" and compare future changes with your present situation.
This should become an ongoing process for you, testing where you’re at and measuring changes. There really is no right and wrong way to do something, you just get a different result. If you’re not getting the results you want, start changing what you’re doing.
One of the keys to reducing your injury potential is to reducing imbalances in your body, these may be imbalances in:
Reduce any imbalances within your body and you’ll greatly reduce your potential for injury.
To see how I go about addressing these imbalances, visit http://www.nomusclestrains.com/muscle-strains
Human Movement expert and reluctant coach reveals his system that…
ALLOWS YOU TO RUN, COMPETE And TRAIN WITHOUT THE FEAR And FRUSTRATION Of SUFFERING ANOTHER AVOIDABLE LEG MUSCLE STRAIN!