The Random Thoughts Show Talks Footy

AFL is such an incredibly demanding sport, athletes are required to be fit, strong, flexible, able to tackle, be tackled, sprint, change direction and have incredible skills and tactical knowledge.

In this part 1 they focus in on common injuries, how to prevent them and what to do if you do suffer an injury.

Our episode on concussion: #1, #2
Glute Med for hip and knee stability
Our episode on adductors
Hamstrings: part 1, Part 2 & Part 3

 


 

In part two we talk all things high performance. Speed, agility, strength and energy system development for football. We have plenty of resources and online guides to help you with all these training tips:

Our jumping article series starts here
For our videos on speed
Agility training video series
Developing sport specific fitness

 


 

With the recent media coverage surrounding ACL injury rates in Australia and the growing popularity of the AFLW, this episode is timely advice for junior athletes across the country.

We make predictions about how the AFLW injury rates are going to change over the next 3-5 years and offer some advice for junior athletes to help them avoid the dreaded ACL injury.

The original article out of The Age (22 April 2018)
The importance of getting your sporting load management right
The history of AFL (as a hybrid game invented for Cricketers)

 


  

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