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How to Train Around Injury

Injuries are multi-factorial and complex

They’re systematic; bio mechanical; physiological; environmental; and then also just random happenstance-like in this case ^ which was a miscommunication between SS and CF resulting in a Grade 2 AC joint separation

The good news is you can work around ANY injury in training

He didn’t have to miss a single training day, as he was still able to train with “no grip” options like sled drags, belt squat, and accessory work

Injuries are inevitable in sport. The key is to work around it and still move the chains forward, otherwise, due to the Principle of Atrophy, returning to play at a high level becomes that much more difficult

If it’s important to you, you’ll find a way

If not, you’ll find an excuse


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