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How to improve performance and prevent injuries
- Is an evidence based warm up tailored to the specific demands of netballers
- Has the potential to reduce the rate of lower limb injuries, particularly to the ACL an injury that accounts for over 25% of all netball injuries annually
- Has the potential to provide a solid foundation from which skills are developed ensuring technique is maximized
- Has the potential to improve the performance of individual players by improving strength, and improving technique of landing, change of direction and deceleration
- Has the potential to provide the team with a competitive advantage –if there are less injuries more players will be available for selection which can lead to better overall team performance
Check out the great digital resources at http://knee.netball.com.au and get started in your team. Junior resources are available and cover those in the 11-14 year ages.
July 9, 2017 0 Comments
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