Hello everyone, today we share how professional players quickly recover from injuries. Hope everyone likes it!
Today we continue to share an article by Ms. Mata on how to treat injuries and how to diagnose and rehabilitate plans. Let’s start now:
Unfortunately, during the team training a few days ago, I strained my lower abdomen buttocks.
When we are training, sometimes we suddenly strain or sprain an ankle, or get injured in other parts, which makes us unable to continue training or competition.
Figure 1-Diagnose as soon as possible
Because if we don’t know what the injury is or how serious the injury is, it’s impossible for us to conduct targeted rehabilitation.
Figure 2-End training immediately
Once we are diagnosed by the doctors and coaches as being injured and not like a strain or sprained ankle, we basically have to end training immediately, rest, recover, and then do some electric shock treatment.
We cannot not participate in any sports activities, do not participate in training, do not do any extra weightlifting or other activities, just let our body fully rest,
Figure 3-Strengthen the injured area
If at any time our condition worsens and we feel pain, we must stop immediately and reassess what we are doing now. Our goal is to make the injured muscles stronger, so that this does not happen again.
The specific strengthening exercises vary according to the injury. If our quadriceps are strained, we can start with some very light leg extensions and then gradually increase them.
Figure 4-Intensive training
When the muscles have recovered 100%, we can start to try exercises slowly. We can start with a treadmill or bicycle, and then perform a very light walk or light bicycle for 5 minutes, and then transition to jogging.
Figure 5-Recovery training
Figure 6-Close to actual combat training
If things go well, then we can restart small team training moves, such as two-to-one pass practice. If all parties are in good condition, then we can restart the whole team training.
Figure 7-Team training
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