Early Fall is a beautiful time of the year. The color of the trees… the crisp autumn air… pumpkin-spiced EVERYTHING. Out of all of it, my favorite part of Fall is the autumn leaves. That is, until they fall to the ground. When doing this wet, cold yard work, be sure to pay close attention to your posture and lift properly to avoid injury from all that lifting, twisting and loading of your back.
To help combat the twinges and aches that occur from raking leaves, 3 minutes on a Teeter will do you well – but if you don’t have a Teeter yet, here are our four favorite ways to get your leaves cleaned up efficiently.
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