There are myriad pain points in the high-performance sport industry but there are several strategies you can use to significantly improve your happiness, wealth, and wellness in sports.
Hamstring injuries can wreck an athlete’s training and performance. But when and how do they happen, how can they be prevented and how can you break the cycle if they’re already ruining your training and competing?
Fascia link muscles all over the body and they seem to have a massive role in human movement, even if our understanding is still incomplete. But is it possible to train with these tissues in mind? And if we do, will it improve performance?
An elbow injury can often impact athletes who perform movements like the baseball pitching action, tennis shots and golf swings, and a rehab program that is staged and structured will best prepare athletes to return to their respective sports.
The menstrual cycle is a very real, constant, and ever-changing physiological state that is difficult for a male to understand. What can coaches do to better support their female athletes?
Concussion technology is an ever-growing area of importance for many collision sports, with cutting-edge mouthguards being developed in the hope of helping prevent or minimise head knocks.
It’s very likely you’ve seen Kinesio tape being used from the elite level of sport right down to weekend warriors, or even non-athletes needing help with their rehabilitation. Let’s explore why so many people use it.
When compared to the general population, athletes are more likely to be psychologically distressed. So what can they, and the people around them, do to monitor and improve their mental health?
Early specialisation is one of the hottest debates in youth development circles. But what is all the fuss about, and which path is preferable?
ACL injuries are one of the most painful setbacks in sport. Can nutrition play a part in fast-tracking a return to play?
Concussions are a growing issue in many sports, and early initiation of low-intensity aerobic exercise is recommended to kick-start the recovery process.
One specific area that needs scientific clarification is the definitions of and differences around overtraining and overtraining syndrome.