Tag Archives for Ligament

Crossfit Rotator Cuff Rehab

“So I’ve just finished a 2 month trial of the supplement called GLC2000 which aims to improve the health of joints and connective tissues. After opting not to have surgery on my torn rotator cuff, torn labrum and torn cartilage I was looking for ways to reduce the pain and aggravation in my shoulder from…

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Crossfit Regional Athletes Overcoming Long Term Wrist Injuries

The wrist is one of the most frustrating places Crossfit athletes can get injured. Almost all upper body movements involve the wrist, as do the majority of compound movements including the olympic lifts, gymnastics moves and other barbell work. The wrist a small junction where a lot of ligaments, tendons and nerves pass to the…

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Tom Dunphy – Shoulder SLAP tear recovery

My name is Tom Dunphy. I am the owner and head coach at CrossFit Waterford in Ireland. Ive been CrossFitting for almost 5 years and was previously involved in kickboxing and Muay Thai. In early 2011 I developed a pain in my right shoulder and was later diagnosed with a slap tear. I couldn’t do…

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Maintaining Joint Health As We Age

As we age, things that we could once do without a second thought leave us aching and feeling sore. Repeating this process over time starts to cause little niggles or can lead to serious injuries. Aches and niggles can drastically affect our quality of life and happiness. They can stop us pursuing a sport or…

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Katarina Wiemeyer

Mobility, Recovery & Injury Prevention for Weightlifters Weightlifting is a tough sport, there are so many benefits that come from strength training, however recovery and looking after yourself is very important. A few weeks ago we helped our coach out being demo models and extra pairs of eyes when he was running a beginners Olympic…

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