Can Injuries Be Prevented In Combat Athletes?
Anyone who has participated in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) or Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), knows that injuries are going to occur; however, you can limit how often injuries happen and the severity of the injuries when they do occur. When you apply the latest in sports science and research to what you put in your body and the manner in which you train how you train your body, you can decrease the frequency and severity of injuries.
The Combat Athlete Science Institute has developed a comprehensive program that approaches the combat athlete holistically, addressing nutrition, hydration, quality of sleep, recovery and training protocols for combat athletes. This tailored guidance will not only reduce your risk of injury, but will dramatically increase your level of performance.
This comprehensive program is provided in PDF and is only $15. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Combat Athlete Science Podcast
The Combat Athlete Science Podcast is a free weekly podcast hosted by BJJ practitioners/instructors/experts Ray Casias and Dr. Trent Nessler, where we discuss prevention of injury, current injury trends, injury rehabilitation techniques and performance maximization information.
Injury Prevention Seminars
Losing students to injury is a problem for all gym owners. CASI offers you and your students a solution:
- In-person prevention and performance maximization seminars conducted on your site.
- Virtual prevention and performance maximization seminars.
For more information and pricing on these seminars, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.