Penalties of passive sport

June 2004
Cabinet Maker;6/18/2004, Issue 5393, p43
Trade Publication
Provides tips on how to avoid the risks of injury upon watching favorite television shows. Effects of leaping from the sofa in celebration and excitement of the game; Need to adjust the position of the television so that it is in front of the one watching; Safer measures upon lunging for the food and drink during watching.


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