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Different Glass Categories for Sports Sunglasses

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The category of glasses of sunglasses gives you information on the percentage of light that passes through the glasses. These numbers must not be confused with the UV protection rating, which tells you the UV-filtering capacity of the…

How to Choose your Insoles

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The foot is no less than 28 bones, 16 joints, 107 ligaments and 20 muscles! So many elements, multiplied by two, mean that you need to take care of your two feet that support the weight of your…

How to Choose your Ankle Brace?

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The ankle, also called the instep, is the joint connecting the leg to the foot. It allows you to carry out flexion, extension and very slight lateral movements. It is a fragile joint that is very heavily used…

Decathlon – A Candy Store (By Abhishek Tarfe)

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A few years ago, taking up sports as a profession was not possible at all. But as expected, with the entry of Decathlon in the Indian market, things changed. People got a chance to start working and living…

How to Choose your Lumbar Belt?

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The lumbar muscles are a set of muscles located in the lower back. Along with the abdominal, they play an important role in supporting the spine and the posture of the torso. It is important to take care…

How to Choose your Support Bandage (or Strapping)

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An elastic strap is a positionable supporting bandage that stretches only along its length and can adapt to all areas of the body. It comes in different sizes (3cm, 6cm or 8cm wide).It allows you to strap up…

Why use a Pedometer?

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A pedometer is an ideal instrument for measuring the level of physical activity you undertake every day! Are you one among those who have a fixed and sedentary work schedule and usually move around in a car or…

How to choose your Knee Brace?

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The knee is a complex joint that supports the weight of the body. The bones, ligaments, tendons, and cartilage that make up the knee produce a flexible movement while maintaining the cohesion of the joint. It is important…

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