Anatomy of a Figure Skating Injury by John Harmata
It’s finally here! Anatomy of a Figure Skating Injury by John Hamata, a.k.a. Mr. Edge is now available for purchase at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble book stores.
A must have for skating parents, coaches and ice skaters of all ages and skill levels. This book contains over 100 pages of crucial information on the relationship between proper boot fitting, mounting blades, sharpening and how they all relate to one another in helping to prevent injury.
Inside you will find illustrations and photos to help you understand which boot and blade you should be choosing instead of what may have been recommended to you by someone else. Anatomy of a Figure Skating Injury also explains why the wrong equipment can and usually does…..cause injury.
This book also contains valuable information on equipment care and maintenance such as Ice Skate sharpening, boot care, and how to make those old skates you love last a few more years.
“Bold New Evidence” is put forth in this book identifying the source of injuries afflicting competitive figure skaters. Podiatrists, physical therapists, and other medical professionals now have a new tool to use in combating these types of injuries. Dr. Robert A. Weil, DPM
“The skating community is so concerned about fixing problems after they happen, and responding with panic, and this gives everyone great information on how to prevent and prepare!” Gina Pongetti, MPT, MA, CSCS
“I believe this book to be of great value to medical professionals who treat figure skating injuries day-to-day. Regardless of a skater’s age or skating level, this book can help identify the source of a problem and offers step-by-step options and solutions to solving the problem”. John Harmata, aka: Mr. Edge
Would you like to know more about the author? Click here to visit John Harmata’s author page featured on Amazon.com.
John Harmata author page: http://www.amazon.com/John-Harmata/e/B00DRDZ930/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_pop_1
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August 19, 2014