Injury Prevention Strategies for Aging Athletes
Discover unique and novel strategies that aging athletes can use to prevent injuries in this 60-minute webinar. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure! Consider this webinar as a small investment in time that may prevent a career-ending injury. A must-see for any athlete over the age of 27.
“If I’m able to prevent one injury, I’ve done my job!”
Those are the exact words that I use to start off this presentation and that’s my objective throughout.
I’ve learned a lot during my career and I can tell you that the most important aspect of training athletes, even more important than improving performance, is to keep them injury-free not only on the playing field but inside the gym. One injury can cost an athlete and their club a significant amount of time and money.
With that in mind, ask yourself if it’s worth $20 and 60 minutes of your time to possibly prevent a career-ending injury? Trust me, it would be a very good investment considering the amount of time and money you would spend to deal with an injury, especially a major one that requires surgery. All it takes is one small tip that you pick up from this presentation that can make a BIG difference.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll get from the webinar…
When you’re young, an injury is just an injury. It’s no big deal. You heal fairly quickly and you’re back at it in no time. When you’re old, however, an injury can mark the end of your athletic career and may be something that you have to live with for the rest of your life. Injury prevention is a big deal as you age and is not something you should neglect. Once an injury happens, it’s too late.
As they say: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!” If you’re over the age of 27, I strongly encourage you to watch this presentation.
A one-year subscription to the online video (60 minutes long) with slide presentation (in PDF format) costs only $20 and that includes a full money-back guarantee. Click “Add to cart” and take advantage of this great offer today!