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Snow Shoveling Tips 2011

  • Do not eat or smoke before shoveling. Caffienated drinks can increase the heart rate and cause blood vessel constriction.
  • Pace yourself and take frequent breaks.
  • Stay hydrated – drink water!
  • Spread sand or salt over the shoveling area to reduce the amount of ice.
  • Wear a hat.
  • Layer your clothing.
  • Wear proper insulated boots.
  • Choose gloves that are water resistant.
  • Use a shovel that has a plastic blade – these are not as heavy as the metal blades.
  • Get a shovel that can push the snow.
  • Stretch your muscles – warmed up muscles work better and do not become sore as easily.
  • Practice proper hand placement – don’t hold your hands too close together.
  • Maintain proper posture – do not arch your back.
  • Do not throw snow over your shoulder – throw the snow forward.
  • Clear the snow as soon as it falls – fresh snow is lighter.
If you are feeling faint or any kind of pain, STOP!