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Soccer Injury Prevention

Soccer is one of the most popular sports in the world and provides an aerobic exercise that helps develop coordination, balance, and agility skills. Players must be aware of the injury risks before stepping on the field and learn ways to best protect themselves from injury.

Figure Skating Injury Prevention

As the technical difficulties of spinning, jumping, connecting moves, lifts, and throws of figure skating increase, so does the risk of injury. Stay safe on the ice with these figure skating injury prevention tips.

Softball Injury Prevention

Every player is unique in a softball game, which can lead to a variety of injuries depending on position. The following tips can help prevent injuries regardless what position is played.

Football Injury Prevention

Football leads all other sports in the number of injuries sustained each year. Learn more about the most common injuries and how you can prevent them this season.

Swimming Injury Prevention

Swimming is one of the best low-impact exercises. However, serious injuries can occur without proper training techniques. Click the link below to learn about common swimming injuries and how to prevent them.

Golf Injury Prevention

Overuse injuries of the elbow, shoulder, and back are common in golfers. Don’t let an injury affect your swing by following these tips.

Tennis Injury Prevention

Tennis is all about form and proper training. If taught incorrectly, the most common injury can become serious. Learn about the most common types of tennis injuries and how to prevent them.

Growth in Young Wrestlers

Wrestling is a popular sport among young athletes, but it can jeopardize growth rates for young wrestlers who try to maintain a weight class. To learn the proper ways to lose weight, click the link below.

Volleyball Injury Prevention

Although volleyball-related injuries are ranked lowest for all major sports, players are still at risk for both traumatic and overuse injuries. Keep safe on the court by using these injury prevention tips.

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