Articles/Research

 

NEW ARTICLE BY MIKE CAZAYOUX

Injuries suck. Multiple injuries suck more. Even at the age of 23, I’m no stranger to injury. I’ve broken bones in my feet, my fingers, wrists, arms, and I’ve broken my collarbone. Additionally, I have torn muscles in my legs and shoulders. I am currently recovering from a lumbar fusion. Being injured so much has reminded me of the importance of injury prevention, taught me to pay attention and to be thorough when it comes to body maintenance. All of my injuries may prove I am the last person to listen to when it comes to injury prevention, but, following each of my recent injuries, I researched how to prevent future injury in those same areas. Recently, I’ve found Mike Boyle’s book, The Joint by Joint Approach, effective in building structurally balanced athletes. I’d simply like to put his theory into practical terms that everyone can understand.

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Daniel Kline finished in first place at the Junior Olympics in Detroit this past summer, despite having just a few months of weightlifting experience. (photo courtesy of Daniel Kline)

Daniel Kline finished in first place at the Junior Olympics in Detroit this past summer, despite having just a few months of weightlifting experience. (photo courtesy of Daniel Kline)

Great article about our top Junior athlete Daniel Kline and his aspirations to make the Olympic Team.

http://highschoolsports.nola.com/news/article/-1308308085401298016/daniel-kline-setting-the-stage-for-a-potential-path-to-the-olympics-in-weightlifting/