Chris McCormack’s Tips For Staying Injury-Free

  • By Chris McCormack
  • Published Jun 19, 2012
  • Updated Oct 31, 2014 at 4:38 PM UTC
Photo: Kurt Hoy

1. Stay flexible. Training programs are key, and employing a coach can help you make adaptations, but being flexible is imperative. Everyone has different “away-from-sport stresses.” These impact you differently from week to week, so make sure you factor these into your training week. Communication with your coach (if you have one) is important, and being prepared to reschedule training sets or move sessions to a different date can save you big time in the long run. Don’t be fixated on routine.

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