Green Thumb Injuries

Welcome spring without injuring yourself. Gardening is a fantastic way of keeping active and caring for your body, mind and soul. It does however come with injury risks! Injuries most commonly occur on the weekends and at particular times of the year when your garden calls you! This can put you at increased risk of injury. Of those of you that garden very regularly, overuse can be a risk. Following are some very useful tips to enable you to garden safely knowing you are not causing yourself any harm. 1. Do Your Warm Up Warm up with gardening specific movements to get your body prepared for what is ahead. Some useful ideas are: -Lower back stretching: forwards, backwards and side to side -Nec

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