CNN Health. October 13, 2022 Limiting contact in practice may be one of the best ways to reduce head injuries in youth football
Mark Jonas, a member of the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame, knows what it takes to make kids into champions on the football field. He just took over the team at the Southern Door High School in rural Wisconsin and changed practice this summer to try to keep his players healthy.
Your hamstrings, located in the back of your thighs, are a part of your body that’s easy to ignore - until you make the wrong move and feel that sudden, sharp pain from an injury that could keep you hobbled for months.
A local college athlete is now back in top form after years of setbacks due to an injury that can be common athletes. Lauren Goode has been on the dance team throughout her four years at Stonehill College in Easton, Massachusetts. For Goode, it’s been competitive and rewarding but most recently it’s been painful.
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Popular Science, Young athletes are training too early, too hard, and with too little variety, August 2021
Practice makes perfect: That’s the message kids, their parents, and coaches have internalized regarding sports. Today, around a third of school-aged athletes focus on a single sport, according to some estimates, participating in intensive, year-round training regimens, sometimes on multiple different teams.
The only agreement on Tom Brady’s mysterious hand injury is that the Patriots quarterback’s ailment could linger into Super Bown LII if the team advances — or it could prove to be a passing scare.
Sofiya Makda used to consider taking her five children to the park her daily workout. She never imagined the park would become her weekly training ground for the sport of rounders. Since discovering the game in 2015, she proudly considers herself an athlete.
The burning in his kneecaps was what Richard Bedard noticed first. Then came the tenderness and pain. Sitting for 10 hours a day as a financial editor in Hong Kong was agonizing. So was walking short distances or just standing in the elevator.
For Millis’s Sydney Bailen, all the hard work finally pays off