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Specific Sports-Related Injuries

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CrossFit, indoor cycling, and aerobic exercises are stimulating actions as they promote rewarding physical and mental well-being. However, even though the athletes and regular sports practitioners train sports movements exhaustively, anatomical and functional issues could play a role in the biomechanical effectiveness of these exercises. Moreover, athletes are prone to injuries when attempting to enhance their performance in order to win a competition or break their personal records. This chapter approaches the most common injuries in fitness exercises, focusing on shoulder, hip, and knee injuries, shin pain, and Achilles tendinopathy, discussing the importance of identifying these factors, taking preventive measures against injuries, and also, making decisions regarding the therapeutic approaches.

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Rocha Piedade, S., Diniz, P., Pereira, H., Mouraria, G.G., Queiroz, R.D., Ferreira, D.M. (2021). CrossFit, Spinning, Aerobics. In: Rocha Piedade, S., Neyret, P., Espregueira-Mendes, J., Cohen, M., Hutchinson, M.R. (eds) Specific Sports-Related Injuries. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-66321-6_15

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