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back pain

    It doesn’t matter whether you’re an elite athlete or a normal person with “normal” daily activities. There is a strong chance you will eventually experience back pain at least once during your life. The reason behind this condition is simple.  Almost any kind of your daily activities can…

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CAA swimming 2017

  The colonial Athletic Association for men and women Swimming and Diving Championships, 2017, has just begun yesterday. These championships take place in February 22 until February 25 at the Christiansburg Aquatic Center. Last year, both, William and Mary men’s and women’s team were the ones to win the meet.…

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swimming in the lava

  Thousands of curios people from across the world have visited Hawaii Volcanoes National Park by air, land and it seems, by sea too. Kawika Singson, a Hawaii native is the one that has dared and swam next to the lava flow a few days ago.   The bright orange…

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shoulder surgery

  All swimmers can relate to different shoulder pains and aches. Especially the professional aquatic athletes. Shoulder’s surgeries are commonly suggested when one suffers from severe pains and stiffness in their shoulder joints. That is why; an interesting development is conducted by Dr Mike Greiwe. He is a United States…

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pool water

  It doesn’t matter whether you’re searching for a place to have a little pool-time with your family, or, you’re a dedicated swimmer. You have the right to know if public pools are clean or not.  Despite how beneficial can swimming be, is important to know the risks posed by…

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swimming panic

Swim panic, and associated hyperventilation, is often experienced by both new triathletes and veteran triathletes in cold water. It’s a misnomer this is a concern limited to new triathletes. Dealing with triathlon swim panic is also why some experienced triathletes think twice before committing to cold-water events. Understanding the factors…

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