Four Common Summer Activities that Could Be Dangerous
Most Canadians want to head outside to enjoy the summer sun and warmth after a long, cold winter. However, it’s important to stay safe while having fun, as some common summer activities can actually be dangerous if you don’t take the proper precautions.
Volleyball and tennis are popular summer activities and a great way to get some exercise, but they could lead to injuries if you’re not careful. To stay healthy, warm up and stretch before playing, keep hydrated and be sure to rest and recover during games.
Unfortunately, every year there are bicycle accidents that can cause serious injuries. When cycling, always wear a helmet and be aware of your surroundings. To avoid a collision, keep on the lookout for not only cars but also pedestrians.
Summer wouldn’t be complete without spending some time on the water. Whether you’re floating on the lake or trying out some new waterskis, always wear a life jacket and follow posted water safety rules.
It might seem like a stretch to consider gardening as dangerous, but without the right tools and posture you could hurt your back hunching over a garden bed for hours. Make sure you take frequent breaks when weeding and planting, stay hydrated and stretch to help prevent a sore back.
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