Like many other team sports, American football requires players to develop speed and agility skills. Both skills are important to the development of high-level players, whether in high school, college, semi-pro or professional level.
The knee is a complicated joint with lots of movable parts for different uses. It gives the leg room for bending and provides stability to carry the weight of the body. It’s also responsible for motions such as walking, jumping, turning, squatting and running.
Whether moving forward, backward or sideways, athletes who play soccer need to have speed and agility. Maintaining speed, balance, strength and coordination are important factors for the success of soccer players on all levels beginning from approximately the middle school level, through high school, college and professional levels.
Runner’s Knee, or if we use the correct medical terminology, Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome, is a term used to describe different types of knee pain. Despite the name, Runner’s Knee is not only limited to those who enjoy running as it can potentially happen to anyone.
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