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Risk Exposure Time

Risk Exposure Time The Stone Clinic
The increasing number of injuries in all sports for all ages begs the question: Is the risk worth it? Can the risks be decreased? How do we increase the fun/time ratio without the injury cost?

Once You Go Soft You are Never Going Back

Once You Go Soft You are Never Going Back The Stone Clinic
Ski boots haven’t changed much in twenty years. Stiff and stiffer cuffs, rounded Italian-molded toe shapes, heavy polyurethane plastics with cold, hard buckles pretty much describes most of the downhill boots on the market. This is about to radically change.

Uncommon Tips for Skiing Safety, 2019

Uncommon Tips for Skiing Safety, 2019 The Stone Clinic
Surely you have heard the usual advice: Get strong, stay flexible, don’t take the last run, and ski with a helmet. All fine and good—until you notice that the top skiers on ski teams, along with super fit backcountry skiers, all get hurt too. So let’s think about some of the less common ski tips and see if they keep you safe this year.

Take a Swim

Take a Swim The Stone Clinic
Swimming pools are like boats and golf clubs. The average boat is used 14 days a year, as is the average set of golf clubs. They look good and are expensive, yet they are largely ignored. Here is why you should get wet.

Soccer Makes Us Dumber

Soccer Makes Us Dumber The Stone Clinic
Why is it that the fun and satisfaction of participating in sports overwhelms our recognition that they could significantly destroy our body, be it the knee or the brain?
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