per cent chance an injury will recur, which suggests athletes in general are not treating their injuries properly.Next time you become injured, or even feel a twinge, act quickly. Start off by resting - and yes, that does mean not racing. Ice
per cent chance an injury will recur, which suggests athletes in general are not treating their injuries properly.Next time you become injured, or even feel a twinge, act quickly. Start off by resting - and yes, that does mean not racing. Ice the area
setup, or a training error," says Andy Pruitt, author of Andy Pruitt's Complete Medical Guide for Cyclists. If you're a seasoned triathlete, the culprit is generally wear and tear. Your body has grown accustomed to your bike setup and training over
of the cases studied were minor soft-tissue injuries. The study suggested that cycling was a major contributing factor to these injuries. A good cycling position is vital, as is good general posture. Sort it out"Look at all your lifestyle habits: how you sit
St Bartholomew's Hospital in 1985 and became a GP in 1990. He is now the senior partner in a general practice and is medical columnist for the Sunday Times and NetDoctor.com. He has a keen interest in sports medicine and has run a number of marathons.
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