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Therefore, adding things like pre and probiotics, and collagen into your diet are beneficial not only for your gut bacteria, but also for your joints and recovery protocol.
Screen time is almost guaranteed at jobs these days. But we tend to blink less when looking at a screen, which actually dehydrates our eyes. And if you’re one of those people who has 2+ monitors, or 100 different tabs open at a time, constantly switching between that (and your cell phone) puts an increased strain on your eyes. Excessive strain on your visual system requires a lot of energy, and is a common trigger for headaches at work.
Female athletes are at a higher risk of sustaining an ACL tear than their male counterpart. Some of the factors contributing to this include anatomical differences, muscular strength, neuromuscular control and hormone differences!
In golf, force is transferred up through the ground. When this is done effectively, there is a sequential contribution of force distributed through the body in such a way that no single part is taking on a load it can’t physiologically handle. With elbow injuries, there is a disconnect in how force is transferred between the shoulder and the elbow, as well as the elbow to the hand.