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One of the biggest pain points for runners – literally – are injuries that often put an end to their running stint. It’s all down to not having access to expert help that can help you manage and overcome the injury. When such help is at hand promptly, the lasting effects of the injury can be g ...
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Ultramarathons are only for the toughest runners, but everyone can train and build up to running for long hours without stopping. FirstRun got a chance to spend some time with Shayamal Vallabhjee, sports scientist to the stars in the world of sports, who has run a few ultramarathons over the years. ...
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Being physically active is one of the most important steps that people of all ages can take to improve their health. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) recommend that ‘Every adult should accumulate at least 30 minutes or more of ...
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These days it seems important to log in long hours after idle hour with your buttocks glued to your chairs. Using the old “no-time-to-exercise” excuse is becoming a trend more than ever. Even short bouts of cardio, stretching and strength exercises in your office can help improve your fitness an ...
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The heel bone, referred to as the ‘calcaneus’ is the largest bone in the foot and serves as an attachment point to several muscles and tendons that help in walking, running and jumping. Heel pain can be very disabling as most people suffering from it, complain of discomfort on weight bearing, w ...
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According to Sports Scientist Shayamal Vallabhjee, if we break down the bio mechanics of bowling and talk about all the fundamentals components that will lead a bowler to bowl fast , there are numerous factors. It starts off with the distance and speed of the run up, towards the crease it includes b ...
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Split Second Reaction
0.5 seconds: The time taken to miss a slap, couple more than it takes to bat an eyelid. Not enough time for a reaction? Unless you are a super human. Split Second Reaction are super skills are often taken for granted. Ever wondered if such quick reactions play a key role in a seemingly sober sport l ...
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