Most recreational athletes would definitely prefer not to be injured, they may not be doing a great deal to ensure this, but they’d rather this was the case. It is improbable. If you commit to an athletics based sport (sometimes for a lifetime) then it is highly likely, if not guaranteed, that at some stage you will sustain an injury…. and sustain is the key word here. Let’s talk mainly running…. the majority of what are termed “running injuries” are non-traumatic. Their primary cause is some form of sustained dysfunction
There they are above. You’ve got the less conventional baseball or ten finger on the left, and your lets say more conventional interlocking or overlapping (or Vardon if you like). That’s your basic choices. A very large percentage of tour Pro’s are going to be conventional. Very few have been, or are, ten fingered. Bob Rosburg, Moe Norman, and others have used the 10 finger grip. Bob Estes used it for a while but has since gone back to conventional. One current PGA tour player using a 10 finger is Scott Piercy.