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Tournament Guidelines for Success

Tournament play can take a major toll on an athlete’s body.  By utilizing the following guidelines for recovery between games, players will improve performance during these grueling tournaments.  It will also ensure that they are ready to compete at their very best.

3 Tips to Prevent Hamstring Injuries

Single Leg Straight Leg Dead Lift

Muscle strains have a detrimental impact on athletic performance. Factors such as severity, area, and how the strain occurred will effect recovery time and the type of rehabilitation required. The length of an injury can negatively affect all aspects of an athlete, such as strength, flexibility, level of pain, length of recovery, as well as risk of re-injury if not treated correctly.

Whey Protein 101

Whey Protein is a very healthy and beneficial protein supplement.  Whey is a dairy based product that is very high in Branched Chained Amino Acids especially Leucine, which has been shown to be a stimulator of muscle protein synthesis.  As an athlete, Whey supplement is very good for building lean muscle and fat lose.  There are three types of Whey Protein; Concentrate, Isolate, and Hydrolysate. Concentrate is 80% and lower protein.  Isolate is 90% protein.

Concussion Baseline Testing for Cheerleading

Cheerleading is an increasingly popular sport. Along with the increase in participation comes an increase in injuries. Cheerleading has one the highest rates of injury in high school female athletes. One of the most common injuries we see are concussions. 

Mental Performance Series: Goal Setting

Goal setting is one of the most important tools an athlete can use to increase performance. Every athlete has a goal but the best athletes use goal setting in a systematic way to guide them to success. 

Grains- Good or Bad?

The following blog was submitted by Compete Sports Performance and Rehab's Strength Coach AJ Rafter.

Mental Focus in Sports

Sports and performance psychologists, mental performance coaches and sports coaches are always looking for the best ways to help athletes perform at their peak levels when the time calls for it. A major way 

March Exercise of the Month

BOX LATERAL HOPS TO SINGLE LEG DECELERATION
Changing direction is a primary skill in almost every sport. The ability to accelerate and decelerate at sudden times is essential and the foundation to explosive strength. Many injuries occur during these explosive movements of acceleration and deceleration; therefore, learning proper form during training will assist in training your body to proper form.

Concussion Awareness-Return to Play Guidelines

 Once your athlete is a diagnosed by a Physician as having a concussion, what are the next steps? Hopefully, your Physician is experienced with sports related concussions and will give you guidelines as to what you can do and what you cannot do.  “Often physical and cognitive rest 

Concussion Awareness-Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms

Over the last ten years, concussions have become a hot topic in youth and professional sports and for just cause. The media is constantly showing violent hits in the NFL, NHL and other sports and the results of the hits are being shown more and more. 

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