3 Ways To Prevent Wrist Fatigue When Playing Tennis

Posted on: 25 June 2018

Enrolling in tennis lessons will give you the fundamentals of how to play this exciting sport, and you may soon find yourself visiting the neighborhood courts with friends or family — or just on your own to work on your shots. You want to be careful about your body so that you don't get sore and be unable to play. For new tennis players, wrist fatigue can potentially be an issue, given that you might make hundreds of shots during a long session.
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3 Exercises to Reduce Pain and Swelling After a Knee-Replacement Surgery

Posted on: 8 November 2016

Your knees are an important part of your body, since their function is to help you sit, stand, walk, and complete normal everyday activities. Unfortunately, the ongoing use of your knee joints can result in inflammation, immobility, and pain. In many instances, a knee-replacement surgery is necessary to repair joint damage. While this is an invasive procedure, knee-replacement surgery can restore movement and decrease pain in an estimated 90 percent of cases.
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Fueling Your Body For Exercise

Posted on: 19 May 2016

There is no way around it. Exercise is necessary to be healthy, and nothing else replaces its value, including eating properly and having good living habits. So getting up and getting active is a necessity. You should also nourish your body in a certain way to maximize the benefits.   Carbohydrates Carbohydrates are still considered an important component of a pre-exercise workout. Of course, grabbing a handful of cookies is not the answer.
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4 Beginner Mistakes That You'Re Probably Making When You're Running

Posted on: 19 May 2016

So, you've purchased an activewear wardrobe and downloaded some workout music to your MP3 player. You're ready to run. While that's all well and good, you aren't necessarily ready to hit the pavement just yet. You first need to familiarize yourself with some mistakes that beginner runners tend to make so that you can avoid them yourself. Here are four of them: 1. Looking Down When you first start out running, it isn't uncommon to watch your feet move.
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