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Which exercises work best to prevent muscle injuries in football?

Injuries are a major concern in football. Among all, muscle injuries are the most frequent ones, more than receiving a blow, fractures and joint injuries.

Localized Bioimpedance (L-BIA) to Distinguish and Quantify Muscle Injury Severity

Muscle injuries involve more than 30 % of injuries in professional football players.

STRATEGIES BASED ON EXERCISING TO PREVENT MUSCLE INJURY IN FOOTBALL

Injuries, specially muscle injuries, are a great concern in sports as they represent the main cause of interruption for athletes.

Training load and performance in basketball: The more the better?

Professional basketball is evolving towards playing more matches, reaching up to 90 games per season.

A new tool to control muscle load in football players

Professional football players have some particular physiological characteristics which allow them to run an average of 10-12 km per match as well as reaching speeds above 30 km/h.

Training loads throughout the season in the Premier League

The physical demands in professional football have increased in recent years. The game is shifting towards an increase both in the distance that players cover in a match and in the intensity at which they execute their actions.

Can Preseason Reduce the Risk of Injury?

Preseason goals in elite football are diverse. It is about testing, “measuring forces with other teams” and developing the physical abilities of the players to prepare them in the best way possible for the demands of the season.

MUSCLE INJURY PREVENTION IN ELITE FOOTBALL PLAYERS, WHAT EXERCISES WORK?

Muscle injuries are a major concern in the world of football. Therefore, the focus on preventive strategies for muscular injuries is fundamental.

MATT TABERNER’S “CONTROL-CHAOS CONTINUUM” REHABILITATION AFTER INJURY MODEL

As a team’s success is greatly determined by player availability, injuries may exert a great influence upon the team’s results throughout a season, subsequently affecting the team’s final league position and the club’s financial income.

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.