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Mar 2021

Stronger is better: How to improve your performance and reduce the risk of injury

Ever been to a physiotherapist or orthopedist? Every year, around 400,000 athletes are injured in sports accidents in Switzerland, over 90,000 of them in winter sports. You can't train for accidents, but you can increase your body's resistance. For top athletes, this is a regular routine. In the event of an injury, athletes receive optimal, round-the-clock care from several specialists. For a regular sports enthusiast, the situation looks quite different. One invests much less in injury prevention and preparation and needs much longer for recovery and readiness to sport. So what can you as a regular sports enthusiast do to enjoy life as pain-free as possible and save visits to physical therapists, orthopedists, and surgeons?
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Posted by 
Dr. med. Andreas Krüger
In 
Endurance
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1
Dec 2020

18 effects of high intensity strength training

Why do we call the 6-Minute Workout, an adaptation of High-Intensity Strength Training, the closest thing available to a magic pill for your health and wellbeing? Learn here about the 18 health & wellbeing effects, which you can only achieve in one go by doing a correct strength training workout.
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Posted by 
Julian Massler
In 
Wellbeing
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15
Oct 2020

How strength training helps prevent injury, heal faster and enjoy sports uncompromisingly at all ages

Prehabilitation is an upcoming field in interdisciplinary medicine. The Wikipedia definition reads as follows: Preoperative rehabilitation, or prehab, is a form of multidisciplinary healthcare interventions which aim to dampen the side effects of medical or surgical intervention. We go beyond this definition and show in this comprehensive guide to strength training based prehab that we need to optimize range of motion, flexibility, strength, and balance in order to deliver effective prehab. Let's dive in and see what our 6 Minute Workout can do for your specific need.
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Posted by 
Julian Massler
In 
Muscle Gain
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2
Aug 2020

Muscle strength and golf performance, or why every golfer should do High Intensity Training (HIT)

When I answer the question "What sport do you play?" with a confident "I play golf," I get a cheeky smile and a comment, "That's not a sport." Meanwhile, golf is one of the most complex sports and High Intensity Training is key to improve your game in three specific ways. So, no matter how young or old, amateur or elite golf player you are, do strength training to enjoy improved posture, swing and endurance on and off the golf course.
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Posted by 
Katalin Siklosi
In 
Muscle Gain
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