I just got done reading an article by John Collis, Ph.D. in a small town newspaper in North Eastern Ohio called “Mimi.”
Anyhow, the essence of the article Dr. Collis was writing about was regarding how important it is for the tendons and ligaments in the knees that an athlete properly slow down after running.
Dr. Collis states: “Consider an automobile collision. This is clearly an extreme example of ineffective deceleration. Believe it or not, the case of the automobile is similar to what is occurring within the bodies of most athletes. Instead of utilizing the involved muscles to properly [Read more...]