The goal of this post is to offer a few thoughts on rowing-specific workouts for Crossfit athletes.
Avoid toxicants, take a break from electronic devices, eat nutrient-rich whole foods, immerse yourself in nature, sweat often, breathe deeply, drink water, and get restful sleep.
The following information is a primer on knee pain, NOT a substitute for an in-depth evaluation from a health care practitioner.
If you are a rower or if you work with rowers (as a coach, trainer, or therapist), the following information will help you prevent and manage common rowing injuries.
The female athlete triad is best managed by a multidisciplinary team, including physicians, dieticians, athletic trainers, behavioural health clinicians, and exercise physiologists. The management plan needs to consider the goals of the athlete, and their unique diet, training practices, and level of competition.
The exercise that is right for an athlete will depend on several factors including the nature of their injury, period of their recovery, and the sport or activity to which they wish to return. The activity this post focuses on is high-speed running.
The nature of the workload and characteristics of the athlete (predisposition) together determine an individual's susceptibility for injury during any given training session or competition.