From Competitive Advantage
By: Dr. Alan Goldberg
If we were to peer inside an athlete’s mind while he was in the middle of a great game, we would consistently find a number of predictable mental elements present. The presence of these mental components creates the special INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT within the athlete that enables the peak performance to happen, fuels the athlete’s motivation, and keeps him involved in the sport over the long haul...
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From VeryWell Blog
By: Brett Sears
One important component of working with your physical therapist after an ACL injury or surgery is to develop strategies to help prevent future ACL tears. Some of these strategies include maintaining appropriate strength in your leg muscles and maintaining good balance and awareness of your body position.
Another way to help prevent injury to your ACL is to learn how to jump and land properly. If you are not taking off and landing properly when hopping and jumping, you may be putting your knees under excessive stress and strain, and this may ultimately injure your ACL in your knee...
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