Young Athletes Stay Healthy by Playing Less

June 9, 2013

Here’s some food for thought coming from one of the best orthopedic surgeons around. One take away is that if you play only one sport you need to take time off during the year from that sport to recuperate. Pick up a different sport and/or change up your training during the off season to provide some physical balance and reduce your injury risk. You only have one body so take care of it.

This advice may seem counter intuitive and counterproductive for a company that works with athletes, however we want you to be healthy and have a reduced injury risk. You cannot play your sport or train effectively when injured.

At RXN Athletics we work to reduce your specific injury risk and improve your game.


I’d like to thank the staff at RXN Athletics for helping my son go from 175lbs to 210lbs in 8 months. When we first came to RXN my son started with their Sports Specific training two days a week and then in June switched to the College Prep Program and going 4 days a week. He learned proper form for exercises, gained confidence and most importantly gained almost 30lbs of muscle. He needed to ga... Read More

- Tami Barnwell