SAM LEHEE Crossfit games competitior mobility and weightlifitng coach at arizona biomechanics

SAM LEHEE Crossfit games competitior
mobility and weightlifitng coach at arizona biomechanics

It’s important to respect the limits your knees, wrists, shoulders and hip may have from a recovery standpoint, especially in the beginning of your CrossFit™, powerlifting or Olympic lifting journey. 

When choosing to participate at a competitive level, like any sport, there is a menu of injuries and issues that you may have the pleasure of experiencing.  It's all part of the journey. Often our athletes present with more than one of the following…

  •  Myofascial Back Pain
  •  Tendonitis / Tendonosis
  •  Repetitive Stress Injuries (RSIs)
  •  Repetitive Motion Disorders
  •  Rotator Cuff Injury
  •  Hip Flexor Issues
  •  Stress Fractures
  •  Lateral Epicondylitis (aka Tennis Elbow)
  •  ACL, Meniscus, MCL Injuries
  •   Shin Splints
  •  Achilles Tendon Injury
  •  Plantar Fasciitis