Better to Prevent Injuries Than Deal With Them
Training too hard
“Having been a competitive triathlete and runner for the past 12 years, I have suffered a multitude of injuries, which often lead to frustration and heartbreak. However, I have realised that most injuries arise from training too hard, too much or too soon.”
Suffering from injuries while training for sports events goes beyond physical implications. There is also emotional fallout as described by by the two-time SEA Games gold medallist Mok Ying Ren.
Read here to find out more. “Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon: It’s smarter to avoid injuries than deal with them, says Mok Ying Ren”
15 Popular Articles That You May Find Interesting
- What is Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD)
- The Best Exercises for Trochanteric Bursitis
- Waking up with neck pain? Try this.
- Slipped disc – Do’s and don’ts
- Sacroiliac Joint Pain or Posterior Pelvic Pain in Pregnant Women
- Cobb Angle and Scoliosis
- Snapping Ankle
- Maybe it’s not Plantarfasciitis but Heel Fat Pad Syndrome
- Nerve Stretches
- Multifidus – Smallest Yet Most Powerful Muscle
- Better to Break a Bone Than to Tear a Ligament or Tendon
- What to do when your back hurts so much that you can’t get out of bed?
- How do I know if I have scoliosis?
- How to prevent ankle sprains from happening … again
- Why is my MCL strain not getting better? Because it is Pes Ancerinus Tendinitis.