Soccer Injuries: Prevention and Treatment by Ralf Meier, Andreas Schur
2008 | ISBN: 1841262374 | English | 126 pages | PDF | 9.85 MB

 

At grass roots and also at top-flight level, soccer players’ legs are their most prized possession and their most injury prone attribute.One false step, over-exertion, lack of concentration or a rough tackle is all it takes to strain muscles and tendons, leading to potentially long lays-offs from training and matches.”Soccer Injuries” presents the most up-to-date research and methods of treatment for soccer-specific injuries and shows how training can be structured to avoid the most common risk factors and reduce the likelihood of injury. This is a must-have volume for anyone involved with soccer – at any level.At grass roots and also at top-flight level, soccer players’ legs are their most prized possession and their most injury prone attribute.One false step, over-exertion, lack of concentration or a rough tackle is all it takes to strain muscles and tendons, leading to potentially long lays-offs from training and matches.”Soccer Injuries” presents the most up-to-date research and methods of treatment for soccer-specific injuries and shows how training can be structured to avoid the most common risk factors and reduce the likelihood of injury. This is a must-have volume for anyone involved with soccer – at any level.

 

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