Considerations for Decreasing Injury Risk during Physical Training
  • Considerations for Decreasing Injury Risk during Physical Training
    The purpose of this article is to provide suggestions for professional practices that will decrease the risk of injury during physical conditioning and promote a safe and productive training environment.
  • NSCA ClassicsConsiderations for Decreasing Injury Risk during Physical Training

    Essential Reading

    Injury prevention is one of the primary goals and perhaps the most valuable benefit of participating in a strength and conditioning program; however, without proper safety precautions or practices, tactical athletes can sustain injuries during training. This article provides you with suggestions for professional practices that will decrease the risk of injury during physical conditioning and promote a safe and productive training environment.

    Katie Sell and Mark Plonski
    Considerations for Decreasing Injury Risk During Physical Training
    TSAC Report, Issue 29

    Read the Article
  • Disclaimer: The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) encourages the exchange of diverse opinions. The ideas, comments, and materials presented herein do not necessarily reflect the NSCA’s official position on an issue. The NSCA assumes no responsibility for any statements made by authors, whether as fact, opinion, or otherwise. 
  • Add Comment

    Text Only 2000 character limit

    2 Comments

    • Avatar

      <a title="fragrances" href="https://www.ofragrances.com">fragrances</a>
      [url=https://www.ofragrances.com]fragrances[/url]

    • Avatar

      A to a great degree brilliant blog passage. We are really grateful for your blog passage. fight, law usage You will find an extensive measure of techniques in the wake of heading off to your post. I was absolutely examining for. An obligation ofmore» appreciation is all together for such post and please keep it up. Mind blowing work. <a href="https://www.ofragrances.com">fragrances</a>«less

    Page 1 of 1