Wrestling Strength: Prepare to Win
Prepare to Win features chapters on the following: strength training, injury trends in wrestling, protecting the knee, protecting the shoulder, rehabilitative strength training, the importance of intensity, the importance of progressive overload, adolescent strength training and strengthening the abdominals.
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Injury Trends in Wrestling
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