Skiing is fun and dangerous Improper skiing can cause bone injuries
Skiing is not only a very interesting sport or a sport that is good for health, but at the same time it is also a dangerous sport. Especially for beginners, skiing must first master the sports essentials and warm up scientifically. Beware of inappropriate skiing.Causes bone injuries.
Beginners are susceptible to four types of injuries. It is understood that almost every year patients with fractures caused by accidents due to ski accidents abound. Most of the injured are mainly knee joint ligament injuries, calf and systolic fractures.
As a result, the four types of injuries common to beginners include: 1. It does not control the speed, causing it to stop on a snowy road and hit other people, which easily leads to exposed parts, such as abrasions on the face.
2, not suitable for long snowboard, easy to sprain fracture and ankle when falling.
3, I always like to sit on the “fart squat” when I fall, at this time with my hands to support the ground, the wrist is easy to poke.
4, can not adapt to the ups and downs of the snowy road, easy to lose balance, causing sprained waist.
Before skiing, be sure to do some preparatory activities before skiing.
Otherwise, the joint capsule, synovium, ligaments and muscles are in a stationary and fixed mode and immediately enter the emergency state without any preheating, which is easy to bury the hidden danger of injury.
In fact, the “preheating” before skiing only takes about 10 minutes.
Preparatory activities include moving the joints and each joint rotating clockwise and counterclockwise, twisting and stretching the back muscles, expanding the chest, bending over and touching the ground with hands, squatting in place, running, jumping, etc.
Throw ski poles first when skiing falls. Skiing and skating have one thing in common: maintaining balance.
When skiing, do not keep your legs tight, bend your knees and hips, and avoid lowering the center of gravity to the center of your body as much as possible. The center of gravity will change when going uphill and downhill, and you must restore the inertia adjustment as soon as possible.
Beginners of skiing must practice the basic movements repeatedly in the replacement area until they have a bottom and then practice the ramp.
If the skier feels that he is about to fall, he should quickly throw away the pole and hug his hands around his chest to prevent him from holding the subconsciously to support the ground and fall forward and fall.
Don’t try to stop yourself by “sit back”, because the snowboard will still continue along the snowy road, and “board taking people away” is very dangerous.
Some patients do not ski. Children with illnesses cannot ski, such as chronic complications of otolaryngology such as tonsillitis, epicondylitis, rhinitis, and otitis; children with asthmatic bronchitis or bronchial asthma, and children who have just recovered from the flu.