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Julio
01

Mito? de formación de hielo

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Icing for what purpose or mantra

Seen this or done that before?

This is something we do – in this country – if we feel pain, are sore from an injury or we over do it.

If you watch tv sports, been at a local kids soccer game, seen runners, softball players or know people who’ve had injury or experience pain.

La formación de hielo parece ser parte del juego (de vida) in the U.S and has been a big part of sports medicine.

How did this become our way?

R.I.C.E. is Nice

El arroz es sinónimo de:

• Rest

• Ice

• Compression

• Elevation

This has been a mantra on playing fields since Dr. Gabe Mirkin se acercó con esta fórmula de vuelta en 1978.

R.I.C.E. Rest is Over

Since then he has changed his tune for this earlier “misinformation”.

Rest is out.

Now there is evidence ice can even delaying healing.

Esto podría ser una sorpresa. Es más que probable mejor evitar la formación de hielo.

Pardigm Shifts of Not Using Ice or a Cold Pack

Using ice does not fix the problem other than numbing an issue in our tissues. Incluso puede hacer más daño que bien.

R.I.C.E. is Nice?

Dado que muchas personas utilizan hielo para bloquear el dolor.

Lo más probable es que no saben cómo aliviar o controlar el dolor a causa del hielo es la alternativa más barata prevalente con eficacia.

The Rest of the World

Interesting to note that most of the rest of the world does not use ice to manage injuries.

When I mention using ice to many of my foreign soccer playing friends, they simply shrug their shoulders and give me that “De Verdad” look.

Recuperación & Performance

Since ice is still the accepted method and highly popular among recreational athletes to help recover, relying on this method is at best a band-aid approach.

Icing=Band Aid Approach

There is usually little benefit derived from post exercise icing así como.

During an event, en realidad se puede adormecer a sí mismo y luego empujar a través del dolor en lugar de utilizar esta señal para empezar a cambiar las cosas. Esto puede aumentar el riesgo de lesiones.

Even performance can be altered since it is likely that icing interferes with the information highway of the nervous system.

La información puede toma más tiempo y puede cambiar la forma responden los músculos. No es una buena cosa cuando se está tratando, ya sea para hacer algún trabajo alrededor de la casa o participar en una de sus actividades favoritas.

Inflammation

People might think inflammation is a bad thing, yet is part of the normal restoration process.

Knee Pain

While we can have a pain in the knee for instance, ¿alguna vez has visto la rodilla de una persona se hinchan o experimentado este usted mismo?

Swelling is a normal part of the body attempting to get back to square one or homeostasis in this case.

Podríamos pensar que la inflamación es demasiado o mantiene bola de nieve, Asi que por su puesto, mucha gente va a pensar de hielo es la solución.

Ice - This is It?

Que esta pasando?

The lymphatic system helps reduce swelling.

Así que cuando vemos o sentimos lo que consideramos un exceso de hinchazón, el drenaje del sistema linfático es una especie de tapado y se encuentra en el modo de cámara lenta.

yendo hacia atrás

To use ice to speed it up is counter productive.

Thawing out of this mindset may not be easy.

So you can check out the illusion of the ice age.

Ice the Illusory Treatment Option

Lo que acelera la curación?

Dado que el sistema linfático ayuda a reducir la hinchazón, que es cuando comenzamos a contratar, tensa o movilizar el sistema de movimiento que rodea.

M.I.C.E. is Nicer - Almost

M.I.C.E stands for:

M = Mobility

I = Ice

C = Compression

E = Elevation

M.I.C.E. has replaced R.I.C.E.

Now given what we’re discovering with ice, we can drop our freezing ways.

M.I.C.E. is More Better - Except for the Icing

A conscious use of the muscles helps to push the fluid back into the cardiovascular system.

Movement System

The movement system is not just the muscles, it includes the nervous system or highway of information which can be altered.

It’s also the fascia which surrounds the muscles and is connected in a variety of patterns throughout the body.

The muscles, fascia, tendons, ligaments and huesos have sense receptors where we can change the output through mobility and where we can change the offending output to our muscles and movement system.

When we apply mobility in a more conscious manner, then the myth of ice can fade like the ice age.

The End of Icing

Is is time to give up the myth of icing?

Give up the Myth of Icing

Find out what to do to help injuries, pain and stiffness leave.

Click here to access Conscious Mobility

… and chuck the ice to feel warmer too!

Categorías : Salud y Belleza, Injuries
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Agosto
06

Overcome Sports Injuries

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Coming back from an injury can be an extremely stressful, but it does not have to be! Let me tell you a story of how our training can help athletes bounce back from an injury.

Watch this unique way to overcome sports injuries

Nancy was a strong and aggressive volleyball player and loved the competition of big tournaments. She started playing at age 12 and her coaches knew right away that she was something special.

One night during a game, she dove for a save and injured her ankle. As she stood up she found she could not stand on her foot. With tears streaming down her face, she was helped off the court.

Having always been tough as nails, she thought she would be back within a few weeks, but as it turned out she missed the rest of the season.

Fear and doubt with a sports injury

As the reality of her situation sunk in, her spirits took a big dive. For the first time in her life, Nancy felt fear and doubt in the back of her mind constantly.

She had put a lot of stock in her identity as a top-notch volleyball player and having it literally disappear over night was shocking. She was frustrated she could not play and worried if she would even be able to “comeback” at all.

Parents, this is perfectly normal. At a time when most kids are struggling to get to know who they really are, playing sports fulfills multiple emotional needs. It’s how they fit in, develop their own self-efficacy and form their perception of worth as a person.

After months of painful rehab, Nancy was physically ready to play, but something was still holding her back. She knew the fear wasn’t rational, because she had completely healed. She was a gifted athlete and knew what she was supposed to do tactically, like the back of her hand.

But as she explained to her coach, she now had a fear that she just couldn’t shake and, in practice, her coach noticed the difference too.

Instead of brushing it off and “putting it out of her mind”, the first thing she worked on was her focus, or, her dominant thoughts. Hundreds of doubting thoughts over a period of time, starts to “condition” your mind so you have to reverse that before doing anything else.

She had her go back to the reasons why she started playing volleyball in the first place and come up with a mantra she could repeat over and over that corrected her focus.

The next step was to release all those stored up difficult emotions resulting from her injury and the setback to her career. Telling herself simply to just “let it go” would not cut it!

The work has to be done at a cellular level, where the emotions literally get stuck. This is why we use guided visualizations in our training and it worked wonders for her. She told me how light and free she felt afterwards.

She gradually began to “trust” her knee and body again and went on to a stellar season.
A year later, realizing her dream of playing college ball, she told me that the lessons she had learned from using her mind to come back in volleyball, helped her in bouncing back from a lost relationship.

Sports injuries and life

ALL athletes experience major difficulty, fears, doubts and setbacks in their sport. How they come through it all, OR NOT has far-reaching, lifelong effects on all aspects of their life.

Doubt, worry and fear don’t stay locked in the sports arena, they creep into all areas of our lives.

It is crucial to address these fears and setbacks as soon as possible, so they do not become lifelong issues that hold your athletes back in other areas of their life.

Craig Sigl is the creator of 6 mental game training programs for athletes sold in 28 countries. His newsletters go to over 18,000 athletes, parents and coaches worldwide.

He has been featured on NBC TV’s “Evening Magazine” show, numerous radio shows and the Seattle P.I. newspaper for his work with youth athletes.

For more great tips and to receive free “The 10 Commandments For A Great Sports Parent” ebook and Free training for youth athletes to learn how to “Perform Under Pressure”…
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Categorías : Salud y Belleza, Injuries
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Mi amado deporte rey es el centro en el escenario del mundo y sin embargo sigo para ver cómo muchos atletas no hacen la competencia a causa de lesiones o son calambres en el campo. Estas lesiones se producen en el curso de un juego y en la formación.

En el lado lúdico de fútbol, ¿sabía usted que casi 570,000 atletas resultaron heridas en jugar al fútbol 2009?

Mientras que muchos atletas siguen “stretch” como medio de prevención y recuperación de muchos de sus intentos son malogrado y en realidad compuesto sus problemas. Una nueva investigación está hacia fuera que se puede utilizar para beneficiarse a sí mismo.

Como un auto-proclamado, Divorce Counselor for Stretching, existe una forma más natural para alargar los músculos y hacer que funcione para su funcionamiento máximo.

Tu cerebro, Si tu quieres, es el músculo grande que envía mensajes a los músculos para mantenerlos contratada o relajado en las tasas específicas de contracción.

Empujando sus músculos para alargar, que en realidad re-contrato.

Es conmovedor ver un músculo de la pantorrilla o el tendón de la corva consiguen “tirado” en el curso de un juego y ver a los entrenadores correr hacia el campo y rociar los músculos con el “secreto” spray o fuerza tratar de alargar el músculo en la dirección opuesta para ganar longitud.

se se acorta el músculo La señal obvia. Esto es lo que sucede cuando usted está experimentando un calambre o espasmo muscular.

Al empujar el músculo, cuando dicen la pantorrilla son los calambres, Está violando el reflejo de estiramiento. Sin preocupaciones… usted no conseguirá una entrada para él. Este reflejo es lo que mantiene a los músculos que se contraen y se fijará en ciertos niveles. By forcing or pushing muscles into length, it actually recontracts and gets shorter afterwards. This is what they found out about back in 1936.

This protective mechanism is a good thing so your muscles don’t tear. This reflex can be readjusted by the brain instead of using force. If you push it, your muscles will be forced into length but the rate of contraction will continue and can be elevated so that your stiffness remains for longer periods of time.

Instead of trying to lengthen the muscle, the brain can be used to do what is clearly happening in the moment. The cramp is a muscle shortening to protect itself. So shortening it, is what is you can do in order for the muscle to allow itself to lengthen back and reset it’s level of contraction.

Ahora esto puede parecer contradictorio. Una vez que el cuelgue de un simple 3 proceso paso, podrás utilizar este enfoque natural que está sistematizado por ejercicios somáticos. Estos tipos de ejercicios se han prescrito para conseguir con éxito a la gente de dolor, rigidez y calambres o espasmos musculares.

Su cerebro está mostrando lo que hay que hacer, pero por supuesto que normalmente “reaccionar” tirando lejos de cualquier dolor.

Aprender a ir con él, es lo que hace libres a pesar de que es contrario a lo que nos han hecho hacer.

Una vez que el cuelgue de Somática, en el que el objetivo, como estirar, es alargar los músculos, se consigue simplemente por el cerebro en lugar de que forzar un músculo.

Prevención de lesiones pueden ser ayudados si los músculos están más relajados en el primer lugar. Así que es obvio, why make things tighter with brawn when you can use your brain to change how much activity and rate of contraction your muscles have to live with… it’s always easier to move if you’re less stiff, compensated, and not holding on for dear life in those exquisite moments of the mystery and misery of a cramp or muscle spasm.