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    • 1.

      Are you Over Training Or Running With An Injury?

      by Andrew Loughray - 2006-11-27
      Biomechanical assessmentRunning with an injury or over-training? Often it is best to go back to basicsInjuries can affect us all regardless of age, sex or ability. But can we manage or limit the numbe...
    • 2.

      Are you Hamstrung Before you Start?

      by Andrew Loughray - 2007-01-02
      Are you hamstrung before you start?One of the most common injuries in running is to the hamstrings. Or typically, the pain often presents itself in the hamstrings due to biomechanical load from anothe...
    • 3.

      Accident Compensation Claims

      by John Pawlett - 2007-01-04
      To get accident compensation claims accepted in the UK, you should contact your lawyer immediately after the accident. The kinds of accidents you might get involved in include road traffic accidents, ...
    • 4.

      How To Avoid Body Building Injuries

      by The Muscle Nerd, Jeff Anderson - 2007-01-29
      You've been benched! And no…I DON'T mean bench-PRESSED! "Benched" as in out of the game…as in injured…as in kaput. Body building injuries lurk just around the corner, waiting to knock you out of y...
    • 5.

      Getting legal help from expert PI lawyers

      by Ray Meshack - 2007-02-13
      Lately, have you been wondering what PI stands for? Have you asked why they are growing familiarity all over the U.S. and why they seemed to be always associated with accidents? Here is your ans...
    • 6.

      Tool Safety: An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure!

      by Jim - 2007-03-29
      Whether you are at home or on the job, you should always endeavor to work safely at all times. I have seen my share of accidents and have been involved in several myself. The fact is that most acci...
    • 7.

      Common Aerobic Injuries

      by Lanny Schaffer, Ph.D-4885 - 2007-04-01
      In the challenging sport of aerobics, injuries are common and often involve the foot, ankle and lower leg. The knee and back can also be involved. Medical professionals agree that most injuries occur ...
    • 8.

      Martial Arts Book Review - Treating Martial Arts Injuries by Dennis R. Burke

      by Shawn Kovacich - 2007-04-21
      Being the author of several books on the martial arts and fighting, I am always looking for books of exceptional quality to add to my library. If I have a book in my library, it's definitely worth own...
    • 9.

      How To Deal With Running Injuries

      by Gray Rollins - 2007-04-27
      Running is a fun sport - seriously. Each day, people all over the world partake in the sport. Some run on the track. Others run in their neighborhood. People run in trails and even on the treadmill. N...
    • 10.

      Business Law How to Manage an Automobile Accident Involvement

      by RAINIER POLICARPIO - 2007-05-15
      In reality, every person has a strong chance of being involved in a tragic road disaster. This is mainly due to such neglectful acts by other unruly drivers who lack discipline in abiding traffic ...