Stop Putting Fitness of Dysfunction. What Kevin Durant and the FMS can teach us about injuries?

Sustaining a previous injury and scoring below 14 on the FMS (ie you compensate during basic bodyweight movements) leaves you 15 times more likely to sustain a future non-traumatic/over-use injury. Those are terrible odds. Stop putting fitness on dysfunction and commit to fully healing your injury before you return to sport performance training and competition. Just look at Kevin Durant. He has been on and off the court repeatedly this season with complications from an ankle sprain because he was rushed back to play before his body was ready.

You can make better choices. Respect your injuries and work with professionals who see the big picture, not just the short term. Here, at Peak Bodywork, we screen all our clients for movement quality and understand your unique health history influences how you should train, so you can keep doing what you love for many pain free years to come.

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