Injury prevention management
One of the best ways to prevent sports specific injuries is to train for them. This doesn’t mean you will never get injured, but it could mean the difference between receiving a minor sprain instead of a complete muscle rupture.
One way of preparing for a possible injury is to research the types of injuries that most commonly occur in your sport. This enables you to identify the muscles groups and joints that are higher risk.
With this information you are able to design a training programme that targets and strengthens the at risk areas. The best way to do this is to train under sports specific conditions.
This means replicating the movements, stresses and tension the muscles and joints are placed under.
The Rooboard has been designed to train each limb separately and to isolate muscle groups. This enables the users to identify and correct imbalances and improve muscular symmetry. From there the user can perform dynamic movements and unique sports specific exercises.
Even the best laid plans can change, but hopefully with good preparation on the Rooboard and an element of luck, you can remain free of serious injury.
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