What Are Fitness Injuries?
A fitness injury typically stems from training errors. Training errors can occur in many ways. Commonly, an athlete who takes on too much physical activity too quickly can injure themselves. Going too fast, exercising for too long or simply doing too much of one type of activity can strain your muscles and lead to a fitness injury. Improper form or technique is another pitfall that can cause a training injury. Our focus on physical therapy and sports performance coaching at The Training Room helps our athletes reach their goals and reduce the propensity for injury.
Our Competitive Advantage with Fitness Injuries
For the Beginners
For the Everyday Athlete
For the Competitive Athlete
We use video analysis to break down form and technique. The Training Room’s unique combination of experts in physical therapy, strength and conditioning, and nutrition under one roof allows you to thrive in an instructive, competitive environment.
By using video analysis we can slow things down and address form and technique with different lifts or exercises. Sometimes pain can be brought on by too much training volume, cumulative reps in a given workout, week, or month. Other times pain isn’t brought on until lifting heavier loads 80% or greater of a 1 rep max. Whether it’s training volume, training load, or both, our experts in physical therapy, strength and conditioning, and nutrition will design a comprehensive individualized plan to help you achieve your goals.