Volume 9, Issue 1, Year 2020
Articles

HOW WEIGHT TRAINING MAY LEAD TO INJURIES DURING A SEASON

Umesh Chhikara
Independent Researcher, New Delhi, India.

Published 2020-06-30

Keywords

  • Weight Training,
  • Injuries,
  • Sports Achievement,
  • Movements

How to Cite

Umesh Chhikara. (2020). HOW WEIGHT TRAINING MAY LEAD TO INJURIES DURING A SEASON. International Journal of Physical Education, Health & Sports Sciences, 9(1), 50-53. Retrieved from https://pefijournal.org/index.php/ijpehss/article/view/9

Abstract

Be it hockey, football, athletics, cricket, basketball, discus or javelin throw, badminton, tennis or kabbadi; ‘core’ plays a very important role in all sporting/throwing movements. Our core is also the epicentre for transferring force between the lower and upper limb. The thoracolumbar fascia that entangles the lower limb with upper limb plays a key role in transferring the force between the limbs. Any sporting movement will take use of all the 4 subsystems – common muscle synergies, working as a cohesive unit to produce the required action in sports. For the purposes of this research we will be looking at two subsystems: Deep Longitudinal subsystem and Posterior Oblique subsystem, to study the effect of heavy weight training on the functioning of these subsystems.

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References

  1. Injuries in sports today, Website reference: https://umeshchhikara.wordpress.com/