Shoulder Injuries in GAA

Shoulder Injuries in GAA

  The Science Behind Shoulder Injuries    The shoulder in our human body comprises of two main bones: the end of bone in the upper arm called humerus and the shoulder blade also known as scapula. The end of the upper arm bone (humerus) is in the round and...
The Dreaded Hamstring Strain

The Dreaded Hamstring Strain

What Are Hamstrings? Prior to know about the hamstring strain injury, we should learn what exactly hamstring is and why is it important. Hamstrings also known as tendons are strong bands of tissue located right at the back of your thighs, linking the large thigh...
Warm Ups

Warm Ups

What Is Warmup? Warmup is the kick-start process before any physical exercise or activity. In order to ensure that the body is ready to do heavy physical exercise or routine, warmup activities help to increase the body temperature and activate muscles to get involved...
Running – Is it bad for your knees?

Running – Is it bad for your knees?

Running & Its Effects   Running is a tough job, it doesn’t matter if you are a newbie preparing for your first running competition or a regular seasoned runner, for whom walking 10 miles each day is a ritual before the breakfast.  The linkage of running and...
Ankle Sprains

Ankle Sprains

 What Are Ankle Sprains? In human body, the ligaments also known as tough tissue bands are responsible for connecting the leg bones and the foot joint. Ankle sprain is an injury caused due to the twist or accidental turn of these tough tissues. The injury is actually...
Shoulder Pain Tips

Shoulder Pain Tips

You probably don’t think about your shoulders much, until you suddenly experience pain in one of them. Shoulder pain can make a simple act — brushing and drying your hair, reaching behind your back or grabbing something overhead — seem like a colossal task. What...