Pitching from a mound causes increased stress on the shoulder and elbow of adolescent pitchers as compared with that from flat ground finds a new study, which recommends that pitchers begin their season or return from injury or surgery by starting their pitching progression on flat ground before progressing to the mound.
Most injuries in youth basketball are minor and can be treated with simple first-aid. Finger sprains are common, but ankle and knee injuries, especially in Grades 1 through 6, are not. Here's some basic first aid advice from a longtime coach.
coaches can help prevent common volleyball injuries by promoting proper warm-up, stretching
and strengthening exercises, as well as paying close attention to the
proper techniques, footwear, braces and pads to play
The best way to avoid common snowboarding and skiing injuries such as skier's thumb and wrist fractures to make sure that
you¹ve learned to fall correctly and to stick to slopes that are
appropriate for your skill level.