The summer is one of the best times to be outside because of all the outdoor sports someone can do. This includes hiking, kayaking, biking, playing sports, or just walking around in the summer sun for leisure. Unfortunately, our body's sometimes get worn out and minor or major injuries occur. One of the best things that you can do is seek out treatment so that a minor injur doesn't become major or a major injury doesn't effect you for the rest of your life.
Low back pain is the most common complaint among both professional and amateur golfers. Whether it’s the swing or the constant bending, back pain in golf is a typical injury affecting golfers. Since Spring is here, it is certainly golf season and so to prepare, here is a bit of advice for injury prevention.
The madness is on and its the week of the final four! What an exciting tournament it has been. Who would have thought that Wisconsin would be in the final four! I think the clear favorite is Florida. The have won the last 30 games straight.
The snow is starting to melt and the temperatures are starting to rise. The arrival of spring means folks are shedding winter gear and heading outside to take advantage of warmer weather. The arrival of spring also usually means more injuries for “weekend warriors.” Weekend warriors are loosely defined are sedentary folks during the week who go all out with physical activity on the weekends.