Sport, along with a wide variety of exercise, is universally recognized as an effective way to keep in shape for most people, and a great start on the road to a healthy lifestyle. However, organized sports and individual activities can also sometimes have adverse effects in the form of injury.
With research warning that children who experience sporting injuries are at a higher risk of suffering from re-injury in the long term, it’s important to take some sensible precautions to avoid injury in the first place.
If we talk about injury we can’t limit our selves only to the physical misbalances. Any complex activity requires much more than, strength, skill, and mobility it requires being functional. Each one of us is unique and we operate in a different context and have different goals, therefore, we look to see beyond the technicalities of each movement pursuit or discipline. We strive to also develop balance, proprioception, reflexes so that the bodies become antifragile and have an earthquake architecture
We build intelligent practices which help children become aware of their strengths & limitations, practices which can predict, prevent or dimish injuries in the first place.