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29 October 2010

Training to avoid soccer injuries

A series of 11 low-impact exercises designed specifically to prevent soccer injuries may do just that, new research shows.

A series of 11 low-impact exercises designed specifically to prevent soccer injuries may do just that, new research shows.

Soccer is one of the world's most popular sports, enjoyed by an estimated 265 million people. It's also the cause of many injuries -in Switzerland alone, more than 42,000 soccer injuries were reported in 2003, costing millions of dollars and lost working days.

 
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