Every football season, more and more injuries are occurring; at every level. It’s happening so much that hearing about a season ending injury is now a daily norm. Is it that the game is getting so much rougher, hard-hitting? Maybe so, but there has also been numerous of rules put in place to make it safer too, so why so many more injuries? We need to start looking outside, or before, of where and when the injuries are taking place. Maybe the injury that occurred on the field
First of all, my thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Joshua Mileto. But this should have never had happen. Ignorance is to blame.
As the summer has been taking place, this year in particular, I've worked with so many high school athletes, in particular football, and now with my partnership with Texas HS, College & NFL Football l in a advisor and instructional role, I've invested and done more due diligence than ever before on the training, rehab and nu
We already know the obvious benefits of working out - you look better, you feel better, you perform better. But there are so many other benefits that are not so obvious, like the psychy of it. How your body releases endorphins, how you get a high/rush, and the accomplishment you feel when you complete a workout. If there is one big negative of working out, it's that it takes time on a regular basis to do so. This could be taking time away from your family. Simple resoluti