Right Coast Pro's Renegade Training Tip: Recovering from Injury pt.1

One thing nearly every competitive athlete, of any sport, has in common is realizing rather quickly that injuries are a part of the game. What differs is how athletes handle these injuries, both physically and mentally.   

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While injury prevention is a priority of any respectable training program, injuries do happen and an athlete must have a general plan in place.

Mentally an athlete must realize there are no short cuts or quick fix solutions, any who do suggest otherwise invariably have commercial interests in mind.

“Recovering from injury first starts with seeking proper advice from a licensed medical practitioner.” No matter how positive or supportive, a professional trainer or ‘online expert’, regardless of experience, is not a physician and has not been to medical school and typically are NOT qualified to provide an opinion.

“Recovering from injury first starts with seeking proper advice from a licensed medical practitioner.” - John Davies

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“The next step of recovering from injury is following the prescribed steps of medical counsel.

I warrant both of these points will not be welcomed in the online community that dispenses medical opinion as quick as it can cut and paste, when you are dealing with your overall health, please seek proper counsel and apply their plan.”

Once an athlete has obtained medical clearance and returns to exercise, it is then time to implement a plan of further recovery by returning to basics, evaluating movement generation and the ability to maintain proper posture under duress.

See part two of our injury prevention series discussing ‘Inefficient Movement.’ 

 

 "I can honestly say I have never suffered a training injury since I formed my theories on sports conditioning and as issue was due to an exhaustive schedule in competition."

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“I understood this early in life and whether it is improving your personal life, having a productive career or successful in athletics, the roots of success feed from nectar of work.

Given I was born far from the right side of tracks and never once tasted the silver spoon, I captured the notion of simply 'out working' the competition at an early age. Yet a diligent work ethics is not the complete answer to the problem as must also know how to apply yourself correctly.

This simple notion has proven crucial in my life as while I have been credited by many as the ‘father of functional training’, due to many sports related injuries I have also faced the challenge of trying to regain full health after debilitating injury.

I can honestly say I have never suffered a training injury since I formed my theories on sports conditioning and as issue was due to an exhaustive schedule in competition. I have had a dossier full of difficult collisions and recovery from the training table has been an unfortunate constant but equally one that has provided extraordinary lessons.”

See part two of our injury prevention series discussing ‘Inefficient Movement.’  

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Find the founder of Right Coast Pro, Renegade Trained Athlete, Certified Sr. Renegade Trainer, Renegade Training’s Sergeant at Arms, Kettlebell Specialist & DMC Professional JJ.Johnston on social media:

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The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of RightCoastPro, or any employee thereof. Examples used within this article are only examples. RightCoastPro is not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information supplied by the authors of this article.

The information provided in this article, as well as this web-site blog is intended for informational and educational purposes only and should not be interpreted as medical advice for any condition. Always consult a qualified medical professional before beginning any nutritional program or exercise program. The information provided in this column is not medical advice and relying upon it shall be done at your sole risk.

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