The most common martial arts injuries are sprains, strains, cuts, and bruises. Broken bones also occur. These injuries frequently affect the knee, ankle, shoulder and elbow. Hands are particularly vulnerable to injury during striking martial arts. A mild to moderate strain consists of a simple tear of the muscle fibers. Treatment consists protecting the muscle and tendon from further injury until healing is complete. Immediate treatment should include ice packs to the injured area followed by a compressive wrap. Forceful, quick contractions of the injured are should be avoided at all costs until pain and swelling subsides. Daily stretching and.....
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Chris Hall a retired professional fighter and in 1995 he fought the heavyweight championship of the world. In 2009 Chris was honored to be inducted into the Martial Art Hall of Fame.
Chris serves as a technology leader and manages a team of highly experienced database administrators and Windows Server Engineers. He is a published author on SQL Server performance improvement and monitoring, and has obtained the certifications of CLSSBB, ITIL v.3 MCDBA, MCSD, MCITP, MCTS, and many more.
Chris is a Freemason and am a Past Master of Devotion Lodge #160 F & AM. He is also a member of the Lexington Scottish Rite, Lexington York Rite, Oleika Shrine, and Order of the Eastern Star.
Chris enjoys participating in competitive powerlifting and has 3 state records.
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