As a health conscious nation many people are participating in extensive training and exercise programs. These programs can involve training professionals, training facilities and exercise equipment. As more people pursue these activities, incidents involving these activities occur where people are injured. In many cases, these injuries can result in litigation involving the training personnel and/or the training equipment.
The evaluation of a particular injury can necessitate the review and evaluation of the procedures followed by the injured party which can include training manuals, equipment directions for home use equipment, instructions by the training instructors to determine if they properly and adequately supervised participants, and also the use of exercise equipment and the equipment itself. The equipment can include treadmills, elliptical machines, stationary bicycles, rowing machines, universal gym equipment, and the use of free weights. The training and exercise certified professional on staff can evaluate both the nature and cause of the specific incident and assist in the litigation process.