Wrestling is one of the oldest of sports. The physical and demanding nature of the competition places great emphasis on strength, stamina, endurance, and flexibility. Given the head-to-head competition, it is not surprising that wrestlers are prone to a vast number of injuries. Bruising, strains, sprains, and contusions are extremely common as a result of normal competition. In addition, wrestlers also see quite a few injuries to the quadriceps, groin, and knee as a result of competition. Lastly, wrestlers are also prone to a number of skin infections, and care should be taken to make sure that wrestlers shower both before and after matches, and that mats and equipment be thoroughly sanitized and disinfected on a routine basis. At IthacaSports, we carry mouthguards, splints, wraps, and disinfectant that can assist athletic trainers, players, and coaches approach the any wrestling match with greater confidence.
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