As a nation, the state of our physical well-being is not improving. In fact the likelihood of finding 10 children that can properly perform 10 push-ups, 10 sit-ups, and have the ability to skip with reciprocated arm/leg movement is becoming farther and fewer between. On a superficial level there are evident contributors:
Wrist injuries frequently occur as a result of participating in sporting, recreational, and everyday activities. When we hear of wrist injuries, we often hear of individuals either spraining or fracturing their wrist. A sprain occurs when the ligaments are either stretched beyond normal limits or torn, whereas a fracture occurs when the structure and congruity of the bone or bones is disrupted. One example of a particular wrist injury, which we do not hear much about, is damage to the Triangular Fibrocartilaginous Complex or TFCC.
I have noticed my son has been drinking energy drinks before practice and competition, I don't know how I feel about this. What are your thoughts?
My son always gets blisters at the beginning of basketball season. Is there a way to treat and prevent blisters from occurring?