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ANDREAS IVARSSON: “INCLUDING PSYCHOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES IN THE PREVENTION PROGRAMS WOULD REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURIES”

One of the great dangers an athlete can face, if not the greatest, is the risk of getting injured. That’s why its prevention and treatment constitute an essential part of the medical and performance department of the clubs.

MOVING MAKES US HAPPIER (PART 2)

The effects of exercising: from an increase in motivation, willpower and emotional control, to the improvement of memory, attention, and learning.

MOVING MAKES US HAPPIER (PART 1)

Moving makes us happier and helps to create a well-being state to all of us.

ROUTINES TO KEEP HEALTHY DURING THE CORONAVIRUS QUARANTINE PERIOD

How can we keep healthy during isolation? There are a lot of small activities we can do in order to promote salutogenesis.

HIGH-PERFORMANCE SPORT AND BONE HEALTH. ARE ALL SPORTS THE SAME?

Osteoporosis is a highly common disease among a certain age, which presents low levels of bone mineral density (BMD) and bone mineral content (BMC) with an increased risk of bone fracture.

A recent study suggests that the nordic hamstring exercise could help reduce ischiosural muscle injuries

The ischiosural muscles are one of the most common groups of muscles to get injured, especially in sports which involve changes of direction and speed.

JUANJO BRAU: “INJURIES AREN’T TREATED, THEY’RE MANAGED”

Juanjo Brau arrived at FC Barcelona in 1997 and now he is the head of the physiotherapy department at the club.

HYPOXIA, KEY IN TENDINOPATHY

Tendinopathy is one of the most common injuries in elite sport.

PERIODIZATION IS AN ESSENTIAL CONCEPT IN SPORTS NUTRITION

Nutritional periodization involves merging it with other physical and mental training strategies.

RECOVERY TIME OF THE ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT INJURY IN ELITE FOOTBALL

The anterior cruciate ligament rupture (ACL) is a complicated injury for football players.