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How do I know if I am about to be injured?

Randall Cooper

Sports medicine professionals are now placing a much greater emphasis on preventing injuries rather just treating them, and as the saying goes prevention is better than cure! We’re in the early stages of learning what contributes to sports injuries, but here’s a list of things that you can use to assess whether an injury is looming.



  • Boxing
  • Interval Training
  • Lifestyle Management
  • Personal Training
  • Resistance Training

About me

Brad Hargense has been a qualified Fitness Professional for 16 years. Brad has broad background and extensive experience in the fitness industry. Brad started his fitness career as a Physical Training Leader in the Australian Defence Force (Army) in 1998. After 7 years of service with the Australian Army Brad completed a Diploma of Recreation (Fitness) and began his own PT Business. Brad has worked in both Government and Private Sector as a Group Exercise Instructor, Aqua Instructor, Personal Trainer and Gym Manager. Brad holds certification in Exercise Rehabilitation, Advanced Swissball, Medicine Ball Exercises, Thump Boxing, Functional Training and Advanced Core Conditioning. Brad is also a Wellness and Fitness Coach Level 1 and 1st Dan Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do.