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Whether you play soccer professionally or casually, you would need to ensure that you take the relevant precautions to make sure that you avoid injury during the game. To ensure that this doesn’t happen it is vital that you train and warm-up your body correctly while also allowing ample time for recovery, and also wearing suitable protection while playing. So if you are new to playing the sport or are constantly coming across issues when out on the pitch, then we have put this article together to discuss the various ways in which you can make sure that your fitness is in top health for your next soccer game.
Training is Key
When playing any sport, you would need to ensure that you get in a decent amount of training before competing. And as soccer requires a lot of mental and physical agility and strength, you would need to be preparing in advance to overcome the challenges on the pitch. Not only will training sessions help improve your control of the ball, t
Posted: October 09, 2019|Categories: Swimming
With the next summer Olympics scheduled to take place less than a year away, we thought that we would explore one of their lesser known sports. Now known as Artistic Swimming in the Olympic world, Synchronised Swimming has been part of the Summer Olympic games since 1984. And as one of the most visually pleasing, technical and coordinated areas of Swimming competitions, we are going to explore Synchro Swimming further within this article. Therefore, if you want to find out more about this artistic sport and how to get involved, then keep on reading.
What is Synchronised Swimming?
Synchronised Swimming is an artistic approach to swimming in which you can choose to compete in solo, duet and team events. For a solo competition a single swimmer would take to the pool and