Understanding the process of tissue damage explains why global/non-specific injury prevention approaches often fail.
The complexity of tissue overload needs to be recognized and addressed in order to give long-lasting results. Generally speaking, the avoidance of loading is not what we want.
Preventing injuries means that we adapt the tissue stimulation to what is currently tolerated, in order to avoid the accumulation of tissue damage.
While the exposure to load is necessary, in the process of accumulating microtrauma, the applied loads to be removed/changed. This will allow to gradually increase the failure tolerance to a higher level.
Remember that tissue loading and injury risk for a U-shaped relationship. Too much is just as bad as too little.