High Impact Sport

An activity or sport characterised by intense and/or frequent wear and trauma of weight-bearing joints—foot, knee and hip
Examples Baseball, basketball, football, handball, hockey, karate, racquetball, running, soccer, waterskiing
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Rugby is a high impact sport for a short space of time," he said.
In the second trimester - 13 to 28 weeks - stop high impact sport and switch to walking or swimming.
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The worst thing for Kenzie was that he was told he couldn't take part in any high impact sports like football," continues Tara.
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Lifting heavy weights and taking part in high impact sports is behind an increasing number of lower back pain and knee injuries in Bahrain, they claim.
We're giving them a solid knee, so they can get back to even high impact sports like snow skiing.
High impact sports such as American football, ice hockey and rugby are starting to lead to problems later in life usually associated with former boxers, Dr Willie Stewart said.
High impact sports such as rugby, American football and ice hockey are starting to lead to problems later in life usually associated with former boxers, Dr Willie Stewart said.
Melbourne, Aug 4 ( ANI ): An UK study has reportedly revealed that players of high impact sports like rugby run a greater risk of dementia in later life.

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