No Sprain, No Gain
Athletes shudder when the word sprain is mentioned, and quite rightly so. A recurrent ankle sprain may throw a huge spanner in your training works. A study of 522 athletes with recurrent sprains found that balancing exercises provided a significant 35% reduction in incidences of sprains. The study, which was noted in the BMJ Online First article, recommend that this can also be applied to the general population of sprain-prone people.
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