Posts Tagged ‘safety tips’

Tips to Reduce High Altitude Sickness on a Ski Trip

Skiing involves some of the highest elevations you’ll ever experience. For example, out west, elevations for skiiers can range from 6,000 to 12,000 feet. Altitude sickness is a temporary illness caused by the elevation and lack of oxygen. Some people not experience it at all, and others will. There are some pretty simple, everyday steps you can take to avoid altitude sickness and reduce its effects. Even taking a painkiller, like Ibuprofen, can help reduce altitude sickness. If you’re one of the select few that might find it troubling to breathe at the ski resort, here are some tips to reduce the effects. Continue reading “Tips to Reduce High Altitude Sickness on a Ski Trip” »

Safety Tips for a Great Mountain Hiking Experience

hikingMountain climbing or hiking is a fun experience, both for new timers and experienced hikers. Travelers each year strap on a backpack and take to the mountains to explore the wilderness. Whether you’re a new hiker or a someone who has been doing it for years, any bump in your plans can make for a bad experience so it’s best to be prepared and ready to take on anything Mother Nature throws your way. Continue reading “Safety Tips for a Great Mountain Hiking Experience” »

Bowling Safety Tips

Bowling Safety Tips
Bowling is not exactly the type of sport that will require paramedics on the sideline. Unlike more dangerous contact sports like football and basketball, bowling is presumed to be one of the safest (if not the safest) sport there is. But take a look at that heavy bowling ball and the slippery floor—they are accidents waiting to happen. There’s also proper etiquette that every bowler, young or old, professional or amateur, should follow as a form of respect to other bowlers and spectators.

Knowing how to take safety precautions at a bowling alley will help you avoid any injuries and will keep the fun in bowling.

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