Calling all sailing enthusiasts – visit us at #SBS on stand F029

Getting out into the open sea can help to relax our mind and can also be good exercise for our body, however, sailing can also cause a raft of problems for our joint health.

Recent research has shown that boating can put muscles at high risk when they aren’t warmed up, with many sailing enthusiasts experiencing hyperextending, locking and twisting of joints. Sailing can also involve sudden movements which lead to knee problems, and crew positions can lead to postural problems which can cause muscoskeletal issues[i].

Before you keel over, help is at hand in the form of a new Liquid Silicon supplement called Body Elements.

The supplement, which helps to improve the daily misery of stiff joints, is set to make its debut at the Southampton Boat Show 16-25 September, with a full product launch planned for later this year.

To celebrate the launch there will be a special show offer of buy two packs and get a third one free.

Made from a stable, bio-available Silicic Acid (a compound of Silicon) solution, the unique Body Elements supplement is the first of its kind in the UK – it also includes Boron, MSM Sulphur, Calcium, Magnesium, Selenium and Zinc. It is precisely the combination and synergy of these elements, and the manner in which they are linked, that makes Body Elements so effective and enables the body to absorb it better than any other Silicon product on the market.

Five times Endeavour Trophy winner Geoff Carveth, who will be at the Body Elements stand on the Friday morning of the show, says:

“Since last summer season I have been using Body Elements daily and I’m convinced my aches and pains have eased, allowing me to concentrate on my goals, drive harder and hopefully stay at the top.

“I have been so impressed by Body Elements I asked the team if I could use their logo on my boat to encourage other sailing enthusiasts to try the product.”

To find out more about Body Elements please visit the team at stand F029.

[i] J B Allen and M R De Jong. Sailing and Sports Medicine. British Journal of Sports Medicine, volume 40, issue 7, p 587-593

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