5 Simple, Yet Crucial Keys to Injury-Free Resistance Training

October 21, 2009

Greetings all! Several years ago I hurt one of my shoulders lifting weights.  It took more than a year to heal.  Later, I experienced some knee pain, which took several months to remedy.  During my several visits to orthopedic doctors and physical therapists I learned that suffering from the types of injuries and pain I had experienced was not a necessary part of exercising with weights over long periods of time (years).  It turns out that there are 5 keys to injury prevention when it comes to lifting weights.  However, no one stresses these keys to recreational athletes or fitness enthusiasts.  Those keys are given in the video below.

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