Nothing can set back your fitness goals more than an injury
Our personal trainers are experienced in helping people discover durability, and not feel fragile. We will teach you how to train to avoid injuries and how to set up a program where overuse injuries are less likely to occur
Strength training programs prevent acute and overuse sports injury.
Stronger muscles and tendons
Muscular balance of the body
Train to be durable instead of being afraid of moving
Retrain your joints to be moved in your natural patterns
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- It helps hold the body in proper alignment and protect the bones and joints when moving or under impact
- Strength training, using a balanced program, will eliminate these weak areas and
- When one muscle, or muscle group, becomes stronger than its opposing group, the weaker muscles become fatigued quicker and are more susceptible to injury
- Muscle imbalances also affect the joints and bones due to an abnormal pull causing the joint to move in an unnatural pattern
Q: What are some things I can do to avoid injury while starting strength training?
Strength training is a great tool for injury prevention; however, becoming injured during strength training obviously defeats this purpose. Below are some important precautions and safety guidelines to adhere to while performing any strength training exercises.
A: you’ve never done any sort of strength training before, even if you consider yourself quite fit, start off slowly. The nature of strength training is quite different to any other form of exercise. It places different demand on the body, and if you’re not used to it, it will take a little time for your body to adapt to this new form of training. Be patient.
A: To avoid injury it is essential that proper form be used in all exercises. Keeping the body in proper alignment while exercising will minimize the injury chances.
A:Starting with light weights or resistance and developing proper form before increasing the resistance is important.
A:When increasing the resistance it is important to do so in small increments and only when the desired number of repetitions can be performed in correct form.
A: Rest plays a crucial role in the efficiency and safety of a training program. Performing strength training exercises for the same muscle groups without adequate rest between the training sessions can lead to overtraining. Overtraining will result in the muscles being unable to repair properly and not being ready for additional work. This can lead to acute or chronic injuries. The muscles repair and become stronger during rest, not during the workout.
A: thorough and correct warm up will help to prepare the muscles and tendons for any strength training exercises. Without a proper warm up the muscles and tendons may be tight and stiff. Before any strength training activity, be sure to thoroughly warm up all the muscles and tendons that will be used during the workout.
A:Flexible muscles are extremely important in the prevention of strength training injuries. When muscles and tendons are flexible and supple, they are able to move and perform without being over stretched. If however, your muscles and tendons are tight and stiff, it is quite easy for those muscles and tendons to be pushed beyond their natural range of movement. To keep your muscles and tendons flexible and supple, it is important to undertake a structured flexibility training program.
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