Krush Performance: Spring Sport, Incredible Feats, & Krushing Injury



Broken: Injury rates are on the rise; we look at why and how you can stay healthy.

Broken: One of the most celebrated sports records has fallen.

This week on Krush Performance, we attack a Twitter question that came in from a loyal Krush follower:

“Hey @JeffKrush, kids are so competitive now, always training, are you seeing more of these types of injuries in younger players? The forces in a pitcher’s arm, skating, or the butterfly goalie movement, are unique to most sports. Does early physical literacy help these sports?”

It is an important question that leads to an important conversation. We break it down.

As spring sport rolls on, we take a look at the 2021 Krush Watchlist and what we have learned from the teams, players, and storylines coming out of professional sport. Humbly, we are kicking ass with our watch-list picks so far this year.

Also, we reset our 2021 themes, the Krush Brain Game and Talent and Talent ID, and the return of the Krush War on Sugar.

We have some seriously great performance content coming up so get set to simply get better right here on Krush Performance.

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