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Why do I have RSI?

Jan 13

Repetitive strain injury (RSI) is the term used to describe a range of painful conditions of the muscles, tendons and other soft tissues. It is mainly caused by repetitive use of part of the body, usually related to a task or occupation. Leisure activities can also be a cause, especially sports of a repetitive nature, however RSI does not necessarily involve repetition of the same movement.

How much impact does a proper warm up routine have on your score?

Jan 13

Seeing players on professional tours spending an hour plus warming up before their round is not just a marketing ploy in order to sell more range balls worldwide, they do it because warming up properly makes a massive difference to performance. You wouldn’t see a sprinter turn up to the blocks with no warm up and try...

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