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Ankle Injury Recovery: Using a Wobble Board for Ankle Rehabilitation
An ankle injury can be frustrating and debilitating, but¬†proper rehabilitation is key¬†to a successful recovery. One effective tool for ankle rehabilitation, specifically ankle sprains, is a wobble board.¬†Simply strengthening muscles is not enough, you need to¬†improve your ‚Äėproprioception‚Äô if you want to avoid future injuries.¬†Incorporating a wobble board into your rehabilitation program can¬†accelerate your recovery and improve your ankle's strength and stability.
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Mastering the Road: The Vital Role of Balance Training for Cyclists
When it comes to excelling in the demanding world of cycling, it's not just about speed and endurance. Cyclists need to have a solid foundation of strength, stability, and balance to enhance their performance and prevent injuries. Many cyclists prioritize cardiovascular fitness and strengthening the quads and calves. But they forget that the legs work from the core - the lower back, abs, glutes and hip flexors are all connected and work together.
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Benefits of Balance Boarding for Surfers
Surfing is one of the most exhilarating sports in the world. Riding waves requires excellent balance, coordination, and strength. The best way to improve your surfing is to surf, but with busy lives, capricious weather conditions and urban living, we...
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Building Balance Matters: Try this 15 Minute Balance Board Workout
Balance is a skill we gain early in life and lose over time, particularly from the age of 45 onwards. Balance is not something you are born with, it is something you build. And if you’re not already doing it, then it is advisable to start incorporating balance exercise into your fitness routine, with, for example, the simple 15-minute balance board exercise plan for beginners as outlined here.
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Preventing injuries from exercise
Overuse injuries are a common complaint from athletes and regular gymgoers. An overuse injury can occur when a muscle experiences repetitive stress without adequate rest and recovery.
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