Top 10 Triathlon Injuries E-Book

Available Now For $10


Hi everyone! I’m really excited to share this with you all. The ATA website has been growing and adding material for almost four years now (crazy, right?). During that time we added over 100 posts on specific soft tissue release techniques, mobilizations, stretching, and kinesiology taping. Why? So that each of those pieces would be well explained and thorough enough to truly teach you the techniques themselves. That was a must for me and this site’s goal of teaching you all of the things you can do with the tools available to you.

It’s because of that set up that I was able to put together 120+ pages of material for you in this new ebook. Here’s what you get:

  • The first chapter is all about our self treatment system and the why and how behind it! To bring you through the full healing spectrum, we use five steps. 1) Self muscle massage using a foam roller and tennis ball, 2) Mobilization techniques (joint and muscle), 3) Stretching, 4) Kinesiology taping, and 5) strengthening. Not only does this system help heal your injury by going after the route of the problem, but it also helps prevent it from coming back by restoring muscle strength and balance.
  • The second chapter dives right into the injuries themselves. For each, you’ll get a run down of the common causes and what to watch out for. Remember, the ATA site is not designed to keep you away from your healthcare team! We’re here to educate you on what’s serious and what it looks like in the early stages so that you can get after it and keep it from becoming a full blown sidelining injury. Here’s a run down of the injuries we’ll be talking about:
  1. Plantar Fasciitis
  2. Achilles Tendonitis
  3. Shin Splints (Tibial Stress Syndrome)
  4. Hamstring Strains
  5. Patellofemoral Syndrome (PFS)
  6. Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS)
  7. Hip Flexor Strains
  8. Low Back STrain
  9. Shoulder Impingement
  10. Neck Strains.


  • For each of the injuries listed above you will be given a full treatment plan using our five techniques. All of the links you’ll need to video’s and blog posts will all be included on one convenient treatment page.



  • For those of you who’ve been following along with our “Injury of the Week” blog series, it looks familiar right? Right! These sheets were developed thanks to all of your input and feedback. On each are all of the links you’ll need saved in one convenient place.
  • This is a LOT of information. Between reading the individual treatment posts, watching the videos, etc, the first treatment session can easily be in the neighborhood of 1-2 hours. That’s why we’ve included a few additional items to help beat that learning curve and streamline the process so you can hit the ground running. How do we do that? The first part will be through new injury specific video’s. Each will walk you through the techniques specific to the injury so that you can watch while you treat. In addition to the videos, you’ll also receive cheat sheets for each injury that will walk you through the soft tissue/hands on work. These sheets are easy to throw on your tablet or laptop and scroll through, making it easy to refer to them as you go. Here’s what one looks like.



 Still not sure if this is right for you? Check out the first chapter for free RIGHT HERE.

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Thanks as always everyone! Every purchase helps cover the run costs of this website and allows to keep putting out new material!