https://www.grsm.ca/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/RacquetWarmUp.mp4 Calling all pickleball, tennis, badminton, squash, table tennis and all other racket sport athletes! Don’t forget to warm up that upper body prior to getting out on the court.Give these warm up drills a try. You May also be interested in these Related Articles:
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Dynamic Warm-up for Soccer Players and Athletes Prepared by: Anna Leuenberger, 4th Year Kinesiology, University of Waterloo Dynamic warm-ups are used to help mitigate the risk of injuries acquired during physical activity. This is achieved by preparing athletes to work at a high intensity. A dynamic warm up typically consists of exercises designed to raise …
Winter comprises a significant portion of our year in Southern Ontario. Although it’s easy to stay cooped up inside, finding an outdoor activity that you enjoy can make the season so much more rewarding! There are plenty of options of outdoor fun for everyone to enjoy. GRSM Physiotherapist Jason Smith shares with you his tips for having a successful winter running season.
Do you ever experience stomach pains, burping, nausea or flatulence during your workouts? If the answer is yes, you are not alone. Gastrointestinal (GI) issues are common in athletes, specifically endurance athletes. In this article you will learn how a few nutrition tactics can help you have a GI issue free workout!
We’re back into the swing of hockey season and it is beyond exciting! But, this sport that we love doesn’t come without its share of injuries. Understanding how to treat your body pre- and post-injury is critical to making sure that you stay in the game! Our team has no shortage of tips to get you started. Let’s dive in!
With any type of activity there is the risk of getting injured, and that’s no different when it comes to lifting. In fact, the most common type of injury to lifters is shoulder pain. Some of the most common gym movements can cause shoulder pain but it’s important to address it early because it can lead to more serious injuries or time away from the gym. Blake Scott, Registered Physiotherapist, shares valuable information and examples on how you can manage and resolve your shoulder injury. Click to read more!
Mummy Tummy (aka Diastasis Recti) is when the linea alba of the rectus abdominis stretches to allow room for the growing fetus, leaving a gap between each set of recti. Complaints are more than just vanity, it has a big impact on the way you live! A physiotherapist trained in pre/post natal core stability can identify a DRA and assess how to treat it. This can be done both pre and postpartum.