The saying, “Don’t sweat the small stuff” comes to mind. There are things you just have to do during the day, and they shouldn’t have to be an ordeal that lays you up for hours or days afterwards. Insight Into Injury is very much aware of what goes on in the background of a regular busy day, and these short programs were designed to make your life easier.
Day by Day
There are muscles in your face. There are ways to exercise those muscles. Strong muscles are less likely to sag and wrinkle. Check out Fumiko Takatsu https://faceyogamethod.com/about/#watchmystory
How to ride and drive in comfort. Coming soon.
Your golf game becomes more consistent when you don’t have any tight or weak muscles to throw you off balance or cause pain. It’s absolutely possible to beat your buddies, and golf all 18 pain free! https://vimeo.com/ondemand/unhitchyourglitch Golf
How to avoid neck, shoulder, and back pain – (but you’re on your own with the sharks.) Info coming soon! Surfing
From shoulders to abs to ITB’s to calves – learn the simple exercises that keeps you spiking big ’til the sun goes down. Info coming soon. Beach Volleyball
A sport that demands such accuracy and precision, your whole body needs to be on board with perfect stability. Get the results you want with an at home online easy exercise program. Info coming soon. Archery
Growing pains occur when the bones are growing faster than the muscles that attach to them can adapt and lengthen. This can give the athlete pain, the sense of poor flexibility, joint being squeezed and grinding together, and altered alignment at the joints. These conditions in turn cause a decrease in speed, agility, balance, and accuracy. MAXIMUM VERTICAL POTENTIAL (MVP) teaches the young athlete to thrive during growth spurts. Send a request through the contact form to get more information! Insight into Injury is available for individual or team training. MVP – Maximum Vertical Potential. How to excel during adolescent growth spurts
How to make the best of your stationary bike ride workout. Ride with perfect form, maximize the calorie burn, and avoid pain. Info coming soon. Cycling / Spin Class
Yardwork & Gardening
Using the weedeater has always been one of my favorite yard work activities. I could really get a lot done in a short amount of time, (and using power tools always has its appeal!). But the reality is- any amount of time can be too long for your back and forearms if you’re not watching your posture and taking some breaks now and again. Here’s the things to think about and the quick adjustments you need to make. (coming soon) Using the WeedEater
I’m not in the habit of rushing winter on… so this will be coming a bit later in the season