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Safety Expert Offers Advice on Safe Snow Removal

By TheNevadaGlobeStaff, January 5, 2023 10:04 am

RENO, Nev. (775 Times, NV Globe) – Due to the weather we are experiencing, individuals must clear their driveways and yards of snow. We have some crucial tips for how to be safe when shoveling or plow in the deep and icy snow in light of the Jeremy Renner snowplow incident.

Experts agree that it is important to consider your clothing and body posture when engaging in physical exercise outside.

Make sure you have three points of contact during plowing. You should always have two hands and one foot inside the car, or two feet and one hand.

To improve traction and prevent falls or slips, put on appropriate winter footwear. When you shovel, visualize squaring off your body. Snow shoveling may be exhausting. Avoid rotating your body, please. Your neck and back may get sore as a result.

The position of your head, shoulders, knees, and toes might also help you avoid being hurt again.

Body performance and injury expert Dr. Rami Hashish said,

“Typically, when you’re shoveling snow, you want the shovel to be closer to your body as opposed to further away. When you are bending down to shovel snow don’t just bend over at your back or your hips but also bend your knees so you bring yourself lower to the ground obviously when you’re lifting the snow it can be very heavy you want to make sure you’re using your legs not just your back, Dr. Hashish said.

Dr. Hashish advises taking things slowly in current weather circumstances. Because of the weather, plan beforehand to avoid exerting yourself too much.

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