Beginner Triathlete - Triathlon Injuries articles

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photoTwenty of the total 25 deaths associated with triathlons as recorded by USA Triathlon occurred during the swim portion of the events. So, what’s the deal with swimming?
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photoDiscussions on common types of overuse injuries in endurance athletes including treatment guidelines and prevention. Injuries include swimmer's shoulder, achilles tendonitis and more.
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photoInjury prevention strategies that all new triathletes should be familiar with prior to embarking on a training regimen.
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photoThe symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, recovery and prevention of iliotibial band syndrome caused by excessive friction of the distal portion of the iliotibial band during activities like running.
author : Team BT
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photoIn their own words, triathletes give their take on the issue of the day. Today, Felix talks about how he recovered from the usually devastating ITBS injury.
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photoProper Bicycle Fit and Treatment of Common Cycling-related Medical Problems
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photoAs triathletes, we’re lucky enough to worry not about just one injury but many. Most of these injuries will be common overuse injuries.
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photoNew athlete injury Q&A with the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine.
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photoWhile not the most pleasant topic, saddles sores are a common phenomenon within the cycling community. Learn what causes saddle sores and how to prevent them from occurring.
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photoWhat you should know about Achilles tendinopathy to prevent its occurrence and to stop it in its tracks before it stops you.
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photoCalf injuries can occur from a sudden overload or from repetitive microtrauma. If not treated appropriately and promptly, an acute injury can lead to chronic pain.
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photoExercise performance will invariably be negatively affected. Add to this the feelings of malaise and weakness and one might wonder, “Why bother?”
author : Team BT
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photoShin splints occur in up to 13.1% of all runners. Sixty-percent of those presented with this complaint have errors in training.
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photoIliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS) is one of the most common running injuries due to overtraining. In this video, a sports medicine doctor diagnoses and provides a treatment plan for a patient with ITBS.
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photoElevated blood pressure is the most common cardiovascular disease in the United States. There are many things to consider in the recommendation of training for individuals with high blood pressure.
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