Top 5 Moving Problems and Solutions #Infographic #Moving

If you have ever shown up to help someone move, then you probably know that most of us do not have the best tools to get the job done. You go to help a friend move, only to find that they are not at all prepared for the situation. But it is probably too late to turn back, so you have to dig in and do your part. Sheer brute force may have worked before, but risking injury and spending all your energy isn’t as appealing when you see the alternative.

Whether it is not having good packing tape, or if it is trying to carry 27 boxes full of books by hand, these problems have simple solutions. We hope this infographic from MovingBlankets.com helps you or a friend make a moving situation more bearable. Maybe you can even print this for a friend before you show up to make sure they get the hint. Who knows, it might even be fun!

An infographic by Moving Blankets.

Prevent Shin Guard Injuries for Good (most of the time)! #Infographic #Hockey

Got another bruise on your shin? Are your lower legs itchy after sweating in your safety gear? Fear not, at Field Hockey Review, we provide the best recommendations for shin guards to protect you from all those stick checks during the game. Shin Guards aren’t legally required by the sport, but with the proper protection, you can actually extend your playing life every season. The main difference between the field hockey shin guards is to protect you from the flicking shots used in high-level play! These specific shin guards come with extra plastic molding on the outside to protect you from the harsh hits of the ball!

Every piece of recommended gear gets identified with its benefits and there are reviews for players of all levels! Not all shin guards are equally created, so we recommend you at least go to the store and try some yourself, so you know your exact size! Not only that we have a video to show you how to properly dawn your shin guards to avoid scratches, cuts, and rashes after you take off your gear during the game! The proper way to wear your shin guards is crucial to preventing injury as well! Come check out our recommendations below! Feel free to email us with any questions!

An infographic by Field Hockey Review.

The Ultimate Guide To Tennis Elbow #infographic #tenniselbow

Have you ever heard of lateral epicondylitis? Or perhaps tennis elbow may sound more familiar. Believe it or not, in the US there are over 200.000 cases of lateral epicondylitis per year, and it is a very common injury word wide. The main syndrome to identify if you have tennis elbow is a pain where your forearm meets the elbow. The pain is due to the inflammation of the tendons or muscles caused by repetitive motion, hence its name.

The injury starts with a weak pain, and in some cases, the pain gets more severe, especially when trying to grip and hold objects. Some people who suffer from lateral epicondylitis can’t even perform regular daily tasks due to the intense pain.

The infographic below, created by WIMI Sports & Fitness, visualizes some very interesting statistics about who is more likely to suffer from tennis elbow, as well as some useful tips on how to efficiently treat this injury. Keep reading to find out the best advice from the experts!

An infographic by WIMI Sports & Fitness.