Here is a video by Elite Facts on 10 most shocking MMA injuries of all time.
Despite the risk factors associated with MMA, it is an increasingly popular combat sport. No one can deny the substantial injury risks involved in this sport. But banning this game would not be a good decision.
Instead institutes and fighters should pay more attention to the safety measures. Common sports injury prevention efforts should consider reducing or preventing injuries to the eyes, head and neck in MMA related activities. Preventative measures should focus on improving protective equipment during training. Possible competition rule modifications to further minimize participant injury are recommended.
Have you heard someone saying that bodyweight exercises doesn’t help building muscles? Such people are either don’t know about these exercises or doing the wrong ones. People making bodyweight exercise mistakes usually spend hours in gym, thinking that they’re doing things right. In reality, they’re just doing bodyweight exercise in a way that is not going to help them..
In order for a bodyweight exercise to be effective you need to do them right. This video by ATHLEAN-X will show you 5 of the biggest mistakes you can make with bodyweight exercises and more importantly, how you can fix them.
Doing bodyweight exercise wrong can also cause injuries. While most injuries can be managed with little to no disruption and other activities of daily living. So it is important to understand the role of health and safety in our workout life.
Injuries are always a big threat for athletes, which often leads to back pain. So, back pain is most common reasons doctor visits – espically for athletes, professionals and amateurs.
What common sports injuries leads to back pain! What needs to be done to save back! Find out your answers here with the info graphic by Back Pain Relief:
Sport is a good choice for exercises and recreation. Participation in any sport helps the body to stay fit and healthy. But an encounter with injury can really harm your body. Which if not treated properly can lead to many other physical pain and problems.
Disc degeneration is far more common for elite athletes than non athletes. Many of athletes 20 to 35 years of age, when playing college sport has to deal with this problem. So it’s recommended to do proper treatment when encounters injuries in sports and take rest until it recovered.
There is a risk of injury in all the sports. In general, more the contact involved in a sport, more is the danger of getting injured. The most frequent sports injuries include strains, sprain, fracture, contusions (bruises) and abrasions (scrapes) and concussions.
To find out more on common injuries that most of the athletes have to face, take a look at this graph from homegymr:
Although death from a sports injury is rare, the leading reason behind death from a sports-related injury can be a brain injury. Common sports injuries while playing are head, face, fingers, knees and ankles.
Take these 5 steps to forestall injuries thus you’ll be able to stay on top of the game:
Sports related injuries in high school and collage athletes are an unavoidable part of their lives. While most injuries can be managed with little to no disruption in sport participation and other activities of daily living. Understanding role of being healthy and practicing safety measures plays important role in athlete’s life.
Do you know risk factors for future injuries, making safety critical? What are top high school injuries? To find out more details on injuries that most of athletes have to face take a look at this infographic from Ohio:
If you are an athlete than it is important to know more about health and safety. Sprains, strains,contusions, fractures, as well as tendinitis and bursitis, are common sports injuries. Heat stroke injuries are common in football, basketball, wrestling and cross country. In every year more than 22,903 athletes are treated in hospital for their injuries.
Remember, the answer to quality sport is awareness about health and safety.