Sat, 13 October 2018
(#261) The first rule of great training is to "do no harm." Train safe has been my unbreakable first rule for strength training and I've personally learned the importance of this the hard way.
In this session, I'll discuss 7 ways we can work to minimize risk for injury with strength training.
While the risk for injury is inherently small with strength training, there are certainly things we can do to maximize performance results and minimize our risk for injuries.
I'll share 7 specific ideas about the things we can do to stay injury-free for the long haul.
Staying injury-free is the key to successful training.
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