How to prevent soccer injury
In soccer, the most common injuries involve sprains or strains of leg muscles such as the quadriceps, hamstrings, and calves. The other most common injury involves spraining or rolling a player's ankle. The most severe injuries that players will sustain either involve broken bones -- usually the tibia or fibula (the bones connecting your knee to your feet) -- or tearing of ligaments in the knees.
Therefore, before starting any game, it's essential to raise your core temperature, to ensure blood flow down to the muscles and ligaments below your waist. Incorporating Athlon Rub into your warm-up routine will ensure you are preparing for the stresses on your body. Best when applied after a brief sweat has started and when rubbed into the areas used most like your leg muscles and joints. Most coaches will begin any practice by having their players jog laps around the field, and then progressively increase the speed and intensity of the running. In the middle of the warming up intensity is when you it is best to apply Athlon Rub during your soccer training / pre-game.