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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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Recently Square One Physio has been working closely with Embody in Neutral Bay. Embody is Australia’s first luxury, sustainable wellness centre and it is absolutely amazing!
Physios are always telling you about the benefits of exercise! Did you know there are also mental benefits of exercise? So far there hasn’t really been any research into what kind of exercise is best for your brain though... Until now.
A recent study has given us new insight into the brain's response to exercise, and those ultrarunners and endurance athletes out there will be thrilled with the results.
Feel free to drop in and say hi and check them out for yourself!
Happy Birthday to our fabulous physio Lauren! We hope you enjoyed your cake and have a great day!