This is prime gardening season in Peoria and the Central Illinois area: not only is my home garden producing fruits and vegetables like crazy, but the weeds are also out of control. That means more hours outside, hunched over, or crawling between the rows. Ask any gardener and they'll tell you just how satisfying the work is, but it can be pretty rough on the back, arms, and knees after a while.
Fortunately, there are right ways and wrong ways to do just about every activity, and gardening is no different. Here's some information that every Peoria gardener should know.
Via the American Chiropractic Association, here are some fabulous tips for getting ready for gardening (click on the image for a larger version):
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