2014-03-13 13:45:45 -
Long Island City, New York – The Winter Olympics have passed and many of the athletes are now home enjoying their time off before training season starts again in earnest. However, some will need to recover from injuries first.
“Anytime you participate in highly competitive sports, there is a strong chance of serious injury. This is what I am trying to teach the public, athletes and the trainers,” said Brad Walker of Injury Fix.
Walker is a world-class trainer, having worked with many different athletes from a variety of sports. His approach is one of simplicity and fundamentals.
Walker’s first edition of The Anatomy of Sports Injuries covers the basics of sports injuries; prevention, treatment and recovery. Each element of the injury is
covered in plain, easy to understand English, which makes for a book that is easy for anyone to read.
Now, he has released a 2nd edition, with updates and new pictures that enhance and detail the elements of sports injury management and recovery.
“So many athletes do not understand the fundamentals of proper prevention, which can lead to injuries during training and competition. Without proper preparation, injury is not a question of if but when. Proper preparation and prevention will help lessen the chance, severity and recovery time for an injury,” said Walker.
Walker’s book is available through Amazon.com. To learn more about the new edition and get a peek inside the book, visit… www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1905367384/sportsinjury-20
About Injury Fix:
Injury Fix ( InjuryFix.com
) was established way back in 1995 (originally called the Stretching Institute) to help people treat their own injuries, in the safety and comfort of their own home, by providing the best stretching, flexibility and sports injury management tools and information.
Brad Walker, Injury Fix
4747 36th Street, Suite 3208
Long Island City, NY 11101