Every month, Chris and I write the Strength and Conditioning Research review service. In this article, Chris has written a preview of the October edition. This edition comes out on Wednesday and covers brand-new research into hamstring injury. While many areas of sport science are currently moving forwards by finding errors in our earlier ideas, it is noteworthy that the majority view of hamstring strain injury prevention and rehabilitation seems very solid. Keep reading to learn more.
Can aspects of muscle architecture predict hamstring strain injury risk?
The study: Musculotendon variability influences tissue strains experienced by the biceps femoris long head muscle during high-speed running, by Fiorentino and Blemker, in Journal of Biomechanics, 2014