swimming injuries

Strength Training for Swimmers Shoulder Pain

Strength Training for Swimmers Shoulder Pain

From the age of thirty, our bone mass begins to decrease; strength training can delay this deterioration, along with aiding weight loss, improve mobility and balance, and increase flexibility - a miracle drug indeed!

Managing Shoulder Pain - Swimmers Shoulder Part 2

Managing Shoulder Pain - Swimmers Shoulder Part 2

Swimming injuries are often caused by overuse rather than trauma. The repetitive nature of swimming can lead to muscle fatigue, heightening the likelihood of impingement type injuries. Poor technique and biomechanics are also a significant contributor to injury.

Swimmers Shoulder

Swimmers Shoulder

The highly repetitive action of swimming, which primarily uses the upper body for forward propulsion can predispose swimmers to overloading and overuse injuries of the shoulder. In fact, research indicates that 40-90% of swimmers will suffer from swimming related shoulder pain