Thursday, January 27, 2011

Prepare For Winter Sports Activities With Eugene Kramer D.C

Eugene Kramer D.C is a renowned chiropractor who was Born on the December 19, 1969, Eugene Kramer is the founder of New England Spine and Disc Center located at 1345 Westminster Street, Providence, R.I. 02909. Kramer studied in Florida Atlantic University from 1988 until 1989 and then finished his Bachelors of Science from Rutgers University at Cook College. His official major was Animal Science and graduated with an average of 3.2. Eugene Kramer D.C is popular since he has helped numerous patients get rid of their spinal and musculoskeletal injuries, headaches and sports injuries. He brings forth several ways through which outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy their winter sports.

Eugene Kramer D.C opines that if anyone wants to go out for skiing then he should do 10-15 squats. A person should stand with his legs and shoulder width apart, knees aligned over the feet. Slowly lower the buttocks as one bend the knees over the feet. Stand up straight again. While skating, one should do several lunges. A moderately advanced step should be taken with one foot and let the back knee come down to the floor while keeping the shoulders in position over the hips. Eugene Kramer D.C further suggests that cool-down stretching for all of these sports should never be forgotten. Some more knees-to-chest stretches or repetitive squatting movements should be done at the bottom of the sledding hill, for instance, before trudging back up to restore flexibility.

Eugene Kramer D.C further opines that one of the most loved winter activities is shoveling snow. But before doing that certain measure should be taken like layers of clothing should be worn so that the muscles are warm and flexible. He further adds that while shoveling, snow should be pushed straight ahead instead of throwing it away. Frequent breaks should be taken to take the strain off the muscles. For more information, please browse through

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