TOP READER REVIEWS
This was brilliant. I wish I had read this during previous experiences. It really sums up the mental side of an injury and provides excellent insight into how to counteract this. I love all the modifications and how they are laid out. The explanations of the hierarchy and the examples is perfect.
This was really good! Personally I enjoyed the chapter which talks about mental resilience and how not to fall apart to an external event you can’t control. It’s very helpful as I know that I can often fold in relation to external events beyond my control in training or elsewhere.
Without this resource I would be lost! Modifying for injury has meant I never miss training days, and I now know how to progress back to full training. I know I will be promoting these books to anyone I train with!
This eBook was so simple and easy to follow! I’ll definitely be using the exercise modification tables as a go to reference for any future injuries. This will help a lot of people.
An excellent guide! I had been suffering with injury for several months and this informative e-book helped me to understand my injury, the physical and mental benefits of continuing to exercise with modification, and how to work around the challenges.
This eBook is fantastic. Not only does it specifically cover recovering from my injury, it also covers the whole gamut of other factors that contribute to injury and how to prevent it. I also really appreciated the detail around the mental importance of (modified) training while injured.
MEET THE AUTHOR
Dan Williams is the Director of Range of Motion and leads a team of Exercise Physiologists, Sports Scientists, Physiotherapists and Coaches. Dan is the Co-Director of both Fitness Educators, and My Fitness File. He has a Bachelor of Science (Exercise and Health Science) and a Postgraduate Bachelor of Exercise Rehabilitation Science from The University of Western Australia, with minors in Biomechanics and Sport Psychology.
Dan has coached and taught sport and exercise for over 17 years working with many thousands of individuals along the full health spectrum, from the chronically injured, diseased and deconditioned, through to elite athletes. He has extensive experience in clinical settings (chronic disease and musculoskeletal rehabilitation) and in human performance. Dan has conducted over 25,000 individual one-on-one sessions and consultations since he founded Range of Motion in 2006, and has overseen the prescription of over a quarter of a million exercise sessions.
Dan is a three-time CrossFit Games coach, four-time CrossFit Regionals coach, and four time CrossFit Regionals athlete. He has been involved with CrossFit since 2007, and has written for The CrossFit Journal.
As part of Range of Motion’s Education and Corporate branches, Dan regularly presents keynotes, seminars and workshops – using education as a foundation for behaviour change for thousands of people. He also mentors Fitness Professionals and runs Professional Development events within the fitness industry.