- Chapter 1 – Warm up
- Chapter 2 – Resistance Training: Loaded movement health
- Chapter 3 – Flexibility
In the second volume of Lincoln Blandford’s Injury prevention and movement control range, Lincoln further investigates how to remain injury-free through the consideration of movement quality.
Injuries, although often perceived as inevitable for active individuals, each have a root cause.
If the influence of these causes can be limited, injury risk is reduced. In this volume Lincoln applies the importance of movement control into a practical setting, in particular its effect on warm-ups, flexibility and resistance training. If you really want to know how to avoid injuries, then unquestionably, this is the book for you.