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Sport injuries and how to deal with them!


Sport Injuries

Injury is unavoidable in every athlete’s career. There are minor injuries (sprains, bruises, cuts etc) that could only cause discomfort and severe injuries (achilles tendon tear, hamstring injuries, torn meniscus etc)The more severe injuries could lead to loss of professional opportunities, such as competitions, and negatively affect the psychology of the athlete. Although an injury is as stated before “unavoidable” at some point in an athlete’s career that doesn’t mean nothing can’t be done about it. 

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SPORTS NUTRITION AND CROSSFIT

With the rise in popularity of crossfit in recent years, there has come a strong focus – on the part of athletes – to optimise performance. As such, attention seems to naturally shift on the improvement of energy levels. The multidisciplinary nature of crossfit (which includes aerobic exercising, gymnastics routines and weightlifting), increases the level of difficulty, particularly as this relates to the support required on the nutritional level.

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The 2020 Open Recap

With the Open period just concluded, and everyone waiting for the announcement of the qualifying spots for the Games through the Top 20 & National Champion finishers, it is time for the debriefing. Below follow some notes and inferences regarding this season’s Open procedure, and the course we should expect it to have in the future.