Play up and play the game!
Saturday, 9 July 2016 | Admin
Well, the sporting season is now really upon. Even as I speak Serena Williams is smashing her way to an almost certain victory in the Ladies Singles final at Wimbledon. And later today Portugal meets France in what promises to be an exciting Euro 2016 soccer final. Yes, the sporting season that began with the Grand National and the Oxford-Cambridge boat race is now well and truly upon us.
But as you know, sporting events invariably have one effect on the population: they encourage us to take up sports... at least for a short while. And with all these unfit but well-meaning amateurs taking up sport, comes the inevitable spate of sports injuries. Now I'm not talking smashed faces in boxing and rugby or people being burnt or crushed in formula 1 motor racing. I mean more like those sprained wrists in golf and twisted ankles in running and tennis.
These are endemic to sport and although it is possible to reduce the risk, it is virtually impossible to eliminate it entirely, unless one gives up sport, which would rather defeat the purpose. I say this not to worry you, but only to make you aware that where this a problem there is usually - if not always - a solution. So now is the time to consider getting a sports bracelet like the AUGUSTA BIO Golfers Magnetic Therapy Bracelet with Leather Strap on the left or the Super Prime Silicon jet black wristband on the right.
These are just a small sample of the sports bracelets available from Magnetic Products Store and the one above has the distinction of having the most powerful magnet in the MPS range - coming in at a whopping 6500 Gauss. It is also in the MPS sale and is currently available at £10 off it's normal price.
The one on the right is one of several colours of these magnificently strong hi-grade silicone wristbands that are guaranteed not to break. Now wearing a sports wristband does not make you good at sport. But it can be a step in the right direction. And it can motivate you to put it to good use.
So buy the wristband now. And then take up the racket or club or bat and get out there and start practicing!