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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Good to hear, hope it all works out.

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lothene
    Lesson I learnt the hard way: find a good physio, discuss what sort of movements you will be required to do, and they can teach you exercises to strengthen the muscles that support those movements, so that you can be more flexible and strong.
    There's your answer. Strengthen those joints and maintain flexibility.

    Injuries are just part of the game, especially when we train with a lot of intensity, but we can certainly work toward minimizing them.

    IMO, yoga can be helpful in minimizing injury, but a properly designed routine would be better yet.

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