Athletes involved in high speed running or kicking are susceptible to hamstring injury. What are the risk factors for hamstring injury? Which exercises can be used in rehab or to reduce the risk of injury?
Inertial flywheel resistance technology has increased in popularity lately, particularly in professional sports. Is there a place for inertial flywheel technology? In this presentation, Jordi Vicens Bordas (MSc, PhD Candidate, S&C and Rehab coach) explores the research around hamstring injuries, which exercises have a role in injury prevention, whether inertial flywheel exercises are evidence-based, and how to use these devices to train the hamstring muscle group.
Parts 1-5 explore the practical aspects of hamstring prevention & rehab with exercise demonstrations, and parts 6-9 are additional videos exploring the research around inertial flywheel technology.
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