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A great read about changing coaches. It can be hard, but it can be a positive for your player as well.
http://devzone.positivecoach.org/resource/article/adjusting-new-coach

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Treat the sports injury and give your body rest.
Overtraining is most likely to cause joint-related issues: lower-body aches or strains that may sideline a runner for a few days or weeks. If you always seem to be injured, that’s a good indication you’re not giving yourself enough rest.
http://www.charlestonsportsmed.com/services/minimally-invasive-joint-preservation

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Is this you?
*You suffer from an injury or ailment that limits your normal daily functioning or physical activity.
*Treatment options, such as physical therapy, NSAIDS, or steroid injections have not provided significant relief.
*You would like to explore Lipogems as a minimally invasive alternative to a major surgical intervention.

http://www.charlestonsportsmed.com/services/lipogems-adipose-tissue-technology

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Running for about two hours each week was linked to three extra years of life.
Excuse us while we head out for a quick jog!

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Lax injuries seems to be on the downturn, at least for men.
https://www.uslacrosse.org/blog/study-ncaa-mens-injury-rates-on-decline
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