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Reduce The Chance Of Workout Injuries With These Top Tips

3 MIN READ • 24th September 2021
Health and Wellbeing by Health and Wellbeing

With research indicating women are more prone to sports injuries than men, do we need to wise up before we work out?

Male or female, there are numerous factors that contribute to the risk of injury, including genetics, population, anatomy, lifestyle and training habits. But with study after study showing females to be up to eight times more likely than men to suffer from certain sporting injuries, should we be making ourselves more aware of our potential vulnerabilities?

We had a chat with physiotherapist and clinic director Carla Lodewijks from Six Physio (sixphysio.com

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