A Solution For The Injured Functional Fitness Athlete.


A Series of eBooks and Gym Poster Providing all Levels of Exerciser a Complete Guide to Working-Out When Injured


Injury Doesn't Mean You Have to Stop Exercising


These resources will guide you through the injury process.

TRAINING MODIFICATION RESOURCE

A comprehensive list of movement alternatives, allowing you to modify your training. This will enable you to stay as close to normal training as your injury will allow without impacting the recovery process.

PROGRESSIVE RETURN TO TRAINING

We explore the process of injury recovery and provide a set of rules to follow to ensure a graded and gradual return to full exercise using our Hierarchy of Exercise Modification.

THE OBSTACLE OF INJURY

We discuss how and why injuries occur, and the best way to respond mentally to an injury. We cover why it’s so important for your physical and mental health to continue exercising when you have an injury and introduce the two challenges we need to solve to continue an exercise program when injured.

PRINCIPLES OF INJURY MODIFICATION

The underlying principles behind how and why your training should be modified. We introduce the Hierarchy of Exercise Modification, a template for how to modify your training.

EXTERNAL FACTORS IMPACTING INJURY AND RECOVERY

We identify factors external to your training program which will help to fast track injury recovery and lower the risk of future injury. We cover strategies related to pre- and post- exercise routines, sleep, nutrition, overtraining, deload weeks, deload days and the importance of balanced programming.

CASE STUDIES

We use case studies to show how this resource works, and discuss any additions that may need to be made to your exercise program when injured.