Injury in youth sports continue to climb. Coach Sarah Walls shares tips on how to identify possible trouble before it becomes a major injury in her Parent’s Field Guide to Spotting Trouble.
Coach Sarah Walls discusses the importance of training high speed deceleration to help prevent injury and shares some interesting insight from acceleration and deceleration values amongst professional athletes.
Coach Sarah Walls shares why strength is the foundation of all her training programs and should be yours, too. Strength training builds healthier, more resilient athletes who are ready for advanced methods.
The foundation of our work with close to 100% of the population we work with begins with correcting breathing patterns. In a nutshell, here is why…
Ahhh, the knee cave, my old friend. This, by far, is the most common strength and movement pattern deficit I see in developing athletes. More officially known as a valgus position of the knee, it signifies not only a severe lack of specific and general strength, but also may be an indicator of poor body control overall (due to other common muscular strength deficits that generally come as part of the "package").