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Family days out could be becoming few and far between, thanks to modern technology. Out of 2000 parents with children that were polled this month (June 2014), over one in three adults admitted to arguing with their partner for checking work emails during family days out, according to a brand new study. Pork Farms, one of Britain's favourite pork pie bakers, commissioned the research to launch its Social Summer campaign, which encourages families and friends to ditch the day-to-day distractions in life and get together more often.
In his previous articles Simon Wellsted has talked about the key concepts of injury being caused by often invisible compensations which, if left unattended, can lead to serious injury or pain at some point in the future. The good news is that it is absolutely possible to search for these compensations and correct them before they turn into something painful or cause an injury that stops you doing your regular daily activities.
Specialist Biomechanics & BodyMOT Coach Simon Wellsted joins us again to continue his Injury Prevention Series; a look at how we can prevent many of the injuries we sustain in everyday life. In his previous article, Simon introduced the concept of compensation and asked the question - "Is where pain or injury ultimately occurs, actually the root cause of the problem?" In this article he looks at possibilities of the root cause of the pain.
Specialist Biomechanics & BodyMOT Coach Simon Wellsted joins us to bring you his Injury Prevention Series; a look at how we can prevent many of the injuries we sustain in everyday life. Most musculoskeletal injuries don't "just happen". We all know that something out of the ordinary or unexpected can happen to us in sport (somebody tackling us badly in football or rugby or similar) but the truth is that well over 90% of musculoskeletal injury is non-contact, where nobody else is involved.
We all take our cars for their yearly MOT, to check that they are road worthy and diagnose any potential problems before they cause a break-down. By regularly servicing our cars we can keep an eye on their overall 'health', make sure that they have the right balance of oil and fluids and check their exteriors for wear and tear. So why don't we do the same for ourselves?