How to avoid injury in sports

Playing sports is a lot of fun. It comes up with a lot of benefits to help you to get fit and healthy. But, you don’t want to get hurt. The most common injuries are Groin strain, shin splints, Lower back pain, pulled muscles, runner’s knee, ankle sprain, shoulder injury and tennis elbow. Follow these precautions: read more

 
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A Sport of India

When it comes to writing something on a topic, say, any sport of the country , generally cricket conquers the Indian minds. The semi final of the Cricket World Cup 2015 between India and Australia enjoyed the dignity of a festival across the entire nation. This time, let’s do it on the National sport ‘Hockey’, for a change. But wait, is Hockey, actually the National Game of India? read more

Originally posted 2015-04-16 11:33:45. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

 
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Rural sports and its development in India

Rural sports are games developed in the traditional times. Practiced since ages it can be seen taking place among people involved in rural areas. The games were involved in their daily lives, some them were based on daily hunting techniques such as running, throwing, jumping. read more

 
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Top 10 most underrated nutritious food stuffs

Today, most of our life style has changed and accordingly our food ideas have also changed. Nowadays, all those foods that were considered as “Super foods” are not really good for health. Same time the fancy names push you to pay more. So, here are some naturally available underrated foods that may you not notice in your kitchen. read more

Originally posted 2015-04-27 07:41:14. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

 

Games played in Winter Olympics

Winter Olympics is a major international sports event. It takes place every four years. The games are played on ice and snow.The original five Winter Olympics sports were bobsleigh, curling, ice hockey, Nordic ski, and skating. Later, snowboarding, Skelton, freestyle skiing, Luge, skiing, short track speed skating were added. They are categorized as Nordic Sports, ice sports, and alpine/skiing/ snowboarding events. read more

 
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How to prepare for a marathon

The most common reason to prepare for a marathon is personal growth. You might want to test your limits and challenge yourself. Others reasons are to lose weight, get healthy or raise awareness for a charity. Marathons are not a common race. A lot of preparation and will-power is required to prepare for a marathon. read more

 
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Formula 1- How Rules Have Changed

In sport there is never any moment that is the same as the other” – Michael Schumacher

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The FIA Formula One World Championship is a single-seat auto racing. The “formula” means a set of rules that the participants must comply in order to race. “Grand Prix” the major series of race is held to evaluate the points and select two Championships. Formula One car can go up to the speed of 360km/h, however it has been limited now to ensure safety. The performance of the car depends on the suspension, tyres and aerodynamics of the car. read more

Originally posted 2015-04-18 08:04:47. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

 
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5 Talking points from Manchester United’s win over Aston Villa

Manchester United are in a rich vein of form right now and have started to beat its competitors like the United of old. Many factors have contributed to this and a look at 5 talking points from the comprehensive 3-1 win against Aston Villa. read more

Originally posted 2015-04-08 06:52:17. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

 
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Is marathon suitable for me?

It is the first and foremost question that comes to the mind before taking part in a marathon. Running for a marathon is completely different from running. You have to stop eating junk food, train hard and have to give up on your social life. Training hours might affect your meetings with friends or relatives. You might affect your knees while preparing for a marathon race. Long distance run damages the heart, affect arthritis and spine. Toenails too can break during a long run. read more

 
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Martial arts

Benefits of Martial Arts

Martial Arts has various benefits, and one of the advantages is that it enhances one’s physical health. It helps one take a break from a sedentary lifestyle which according to research might bring about lifestyle diseases that may include diabetes, obesity or depression. It also improves the discipline and general concentration. People who practice this sport are always reminded of the importance of self-discipline. If you choose to practice this sport, you will learn how to achieve specific goals because it has an attainment system where you will be given belts for every target you accomplish. Martial arts is one the best type of individual sports if you are less interested in team sports. read more

Originally posted 2015-06-30 12:08:29. Republished by Blog Post Promoter