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Perspiration is a normal phenomenon enabling the body to maintain our body temperature at 37 °. We perspire, on average, half to one litre of water per day when not participating in sports

It is not uncommon when cycling to be involved in a group collision or fall off your bike yourself. The consequences of a "fall" when you land on shoulders or the thorax, often results in a collar bone fracture.

Collar bone sprain is a frequent traumatic injury of the shoulder following a forwards or side shock to the shoulder.
The sprain causes a sharp pain with visible swelling over the collar bone
Depending on the intensity of the shock and the severity of the sprain, lesion stages are defined

The knee has two menisci: the inner meniscus and the outer meniscus.
Menisci are a fibrocartilaginous structure that have several functions in the knee:
• a cushioning role and load spreading role
• a stabilising role
• a lubricating role, managing the absorption and secretion of synovial fluid (articular fluid) in the knee.
• A protective role against arthritis

A warming gel meets all the muscle warm-up needs before exercising and should be used in addition to standard warm-up methods such as stretching and cardiorespiratory conditioning.

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Most common tendinitises in athletes
• Shoulder: Rotator cuff tendinitis (set of shoulder tendons allowing arm elevation and abduction or rotations)
• Elbow: the tennis-elbow or epicondylitis tendinitis (back of the arm)
• Pelvis and pubis: adductor tendinitis or athletic pubalgia
• Hips: hip tendinitis
• Knee: patellar tendinitis or iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS)
• Foot: Achilles tendinitis

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To support performance, tennis players need to maintain a balanced diet adapted to their lifestyle. The needs are different before, during and after exercise. Let's see a few things you can do to improve performance and have fun doing so!

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Homoeopathy is a therapeutic method based on the simple principle of the law of similars. Well-known since Antiquity, this treatment must be adapted to the athlete's individual response and be included in a global vision of their activity.

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Our bodies need energy to function and move. They have their own energy reserve, but it is limited. The diet has a significant role in covering for the needs. The foods consumed provide energy through their nutrients.

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