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New York, NY (PRWEB) November 5, 2010

Millions of people suffer from repetitive strain injuries (RSI), caused by their work environments. Any repetitive motion such as working long hours at the computer, juggling several personal tech devices, playing an instrument, handling tools, or simply texting your friends, can lead to neck pain and shoulder pain, low back pain, or elbow painso-called BlackBerry elbow. Maik Wiedenbach, international fitness expert, former German National Swim Team member, World Cup swimmer, and Soccer World Cup commentator, has just introduced “The Desk Athlete” DVD, a three-step program to help prevent the most common repetitive strain… Continue reading

Austin, TX (Vocus/PRWEB) November 23, 2010

Ask almost any physical therapist, athletic trainer, or sports medicine physician if someone should stretch before exercise, and they would respond with a resounding Yes in most cases. However, if asked for proof that doing so is actually helpful, this individual would be hard pressed to show research that supports this claim. In fact, recent studies have shown that stretching alone does not help prevent injury. Physical therapists at Texas Physical Therapy Specialists (TexPTS) are trained to use the latest scientific evidence, rather than myths couched as conventional wisdom, to educate patients and provide… Continue reading

FIFA News

Former Brazil attacking midfielder Kaka, who won the FIFA World Cup™ title with his country in 2002, announced his retirement from football on Sunday. [read]

Real Madrid achieved history at UAE 2017, becoming the first team ever to retain the FIFA Club World Cup title. We round up the 14th edition of the tournament. [read]

Sergio Ramos and Real Madrid won a third FIFA Club World Cup title on Saturday, rounding off an historic year in which they have landed a club-record five titles.   [read]

As well as the delight of lifting the FIFA Club World Cup for the third time, UAE 2017 also brought some personal joy for Real Madrid stars Luka Modric and Cristiano Ronaldo, as well as Pachuca's [read]

Having played a key but cameo role in Pachuca's bronze-medal winning performance, Roberto de la Rosa now has the distinction of being the FIFA Club World Cup's first millennium child to appe [read]

By defeating Gremio in the final of the FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2017, Real Madrid have earned the honour of being able to wear the official FIFA World Champions Badge. [read]

Real Madrid have become the first side to retain the FIFA Club World Cup, earning a 1-0 win over Gremio to lift the title at UAE 2017. [read]

Pachuca secured their best-ever performance at the FIFA Club World Cup after they beat host champions Al Jazira 4-1 to leave UAE 2017 with a bronze medal. [read]

This week features Diego Maradona's thoughts on who he thinks is the best player in history, Oliver Kahn revealing the big club he almost moved to during his playing days and Didier Drogba singin [read]