Injuries can make or break an athletes future in the game. They can ruin a talented players goals of signing a professional contract or representing there country in a World Cup. They are a dream breaker. They are a motivational killer and they can leave you broken and on your knees permanently if you’re not careful. However, the unfortunate truth for athletes who have succumb to horrific on the field incidents is injuries are preventable.
There have been several instances during my life when I have had an out of body experience. Where I have felt as if the life I was living was not my own and I was merely observing myself from a distance. One of those occasions was when I played in front of 8000 thousand fans during my freshman year of college. Another was when I handed my college diploma to my mother. However, out of the many memories I have had the privilege of creating over my 24 years on this planet, one of the very best was still in the process of being created.
As an aspiring world class athlete, you know the continual pressure and increased demand to play at your best. In order for a team to reach its highest potential, coaches are increasing the frequency of sessions, and also the duration.