Bon nombre de personnes pratiquent des activités physiques ou sportives inhabituelles pendant l’été. Bien amusants qu’ils peuvent paraitre, il est toujours mieux être prudents. Raison pour laquelle les risques d’accidentologie sont particulièrement élevés pendant cette saison de l’année dont certains sports reconnus en sont les causes principales.
Maxime Bilodeau, kinésithérapeute et animateur d’un site de réflexion sur le sport haut niveau affirme que la marche à des fins d’exercice est la plus susceptible d’occasionner des dangers chez une personne. Toutefois, il faut aussi noter que pour les sports comme le football, la plongée en apnée ou encore le saut extrême, les responsables de santé ont retenu des accidents courants comme les traumatismes d’ordre musculosquelettique.
En effet, les sports extrêmes sont des jeux particulièrement intenses, qui accumulent la fatigue, et qui impliquent des brusques changements de direction. Comme le football, le rugby, le basket-ball, le foot ball américain font partie de ces sports qui exigent plus sur le plan physiologique car le corps tout entier de la personne est mis en rude épreuve.
Cependant, il y a également ces types de sport extrême comme la plongée en apnée ou le saut extrême qui présentent de manière permanente des risques qui échappent au contrôle du sauteur, et cela peu importe la préparation ou la planification réalisée avant de le pratiquer. L’incertitude et la prise de risque des gens font alors des motifs importants des accidents dangereux qui peuvent même être mortels dans la pratique de ces sports pendant l’été. A tous, prudence à priori car ces activités qui sont censées vous apporter du plaisir peuvent parfois vous être fatale dans le cas où vous minimisez les précautions nécessaires à prendre.
Make the tourism industry in China to become a pillar of the economy with reforms of tourist facilities and international cooperation: currently, 10.2% of total employment in the country is related to the tourism sector.
It is the premier Li Keqiang, during the First World Conference on Tourism Development held in Beijing on May 19, to affirm the importance of tourism to the Chinese economy as it represents a new driving force, besides being a trade bridge with the rest of the world. The tourist industry accounts for a part of the efforts to advance structural reforms, especially those relating to the offer. The Chinese government has paid much attention to tourism enacting a series of laws and regulations to promote its development, aiming for its strategic position in the economy and industry of modern services. « Further results and improvements will be in the field of tourism infrastructure so that visitors can enjoy the best of a trip to China, » said the premier. The government’s plan is to help 12 million people out of poverty by the state within five years, thanks to the development of the tourism industry, and so far the employment opportunities created by the tourism and related industries came to 10.2 % the country’s total employment.
Li Keqiang stressed the importance of collaboration with other nations, for example on projects such as the simplification of procedures for visas and protected the interests of tourists. China for the next five years is committed to carrying out 50 projects in tourism with international cooperation, to help the global economic recovery.
The data provided by the Agency on Ctrip first quarter of 2016 are very positive regarding the tourist entrances in China, a market that grew by 10.9% in this period. The National Tourism Administration expects about 137 million visits to China this year, a 2.5% more than in 2015. The inbound international tourism is on the rise and will reach 6.5% higher, with expenses to save around 107 billion. It is for China’s second consecutive year of growth of inbound tourism market.
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