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10 Easy ways to reduce weight

Upset with those extra pounds? Feeling shy to go bare after the game? Or can’t fit into those old funky dresses? Worry no more because you have just found the key to your satisfaction. You don’t have to worry about how early you have to wake up or how much time you have to spend in those costly gyms to get your wishful figures. While eating healthy and slipping in a few exercises into your daily life can make the work much easy without dropping ounces of sweat. read more

Originally posted 2015-04-27 07:17:55. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

 
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Red Carpet in Rio’16: Rugby Returns

“Our field is BIGGER, Our Halves are LONGER, Our Cuts are DEEPER,Our Traditions are OLDER, But Our Weaknesses FEWER.”

The last game of Rugby at the Olympics was in 1924 and saw USA beat the hosts France by a score of 17-3 and that 1924 France vs USA rugby matchlead to a pitch invasion by the french fans. The french team aided by the police somehow protected the USA national team from the eyre of the French fans and that marred the end of the association of the Rugby Union with the olympics as the olympic committee looked for more individual sports to be included, till 2016 when we will see the sport back on the greatest stage. read more

Originally posted 2015-03-31 10:49:52. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

 
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2006 WORLD CUP: BEST ONE EVER!

 Before I start, let me clarify that I am considering the world cups which I have watched. I rather not comment about the ones before 2002, because I haven’t seen them live, so to not upset the pompous, bombastic and loud mouthed so-called football puritans and elitists. read more

Originally posted 2015-04-19 05:44:58. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

 
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5 Unconventional Sports

Every once in a while, when mainstream sport gets boring, it is good to play something out of the ordinary to make your day brighter. Well, some of these sports might make your day even bleaker but they surely are amazing to check out. Here is a list of five such sports. read more

Originally posted 2015-04-25 11:20:33. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

 
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WHY IS INDIA NOT DOMINATING THE WORLD SPORTS ARENA?

India is the 7th largest country in the world. We have a population which exceeds the number 1.2 billion. It is a very huge and diverse country. A crossroads of numerous cultures, you would expect India to be one of the leading nations in fields. But sadly that is not the case. There is no denying the fact that we are one of the best nations in terms of academics. I will go one step further and say we are the best. There is not one multinational company or a research institute which doesn’t have an Indian at one of the top spots. But what is the point when you are going to be the butt of all the jokes the world makes about nerds, geeks and people with no life. read more

Originally posted 2015-04-20 06:24:38. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

 

How to avoid injury in sports

Playing sports is a lot of fun. It comes up with a lot of benefits to help you to get fit and healthy. But, you don’t want to get hurt. The most common injuries are Groin strain, shin splints, Lower back pain, pulled muscles, runner’s knee, ankle sprain, shoulder injury and tennis elbow. Follow these precautions: read more

 
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Top 10 most underrated nutritious food stuffs

Today, most of our life style has changed and accordingly our food ideas have also changed. Nowadays, all those foods that were considered as “Super foods” are not really good for health. Same time the fancy names push you to pay more. So, here are some naturally available underrated foods that may you not notice in your kitchen. read more

Originally posted 2015-04-27 07:41:14. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

 
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Formula 1- How Rules Have Changed

In sport there is never any moment that is the same as the other” – Michael Schumacher

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The FIA Formula One World Championship is a single-seat auto racing. The “formula” means a set of rules that the participants must comply in order to race. “Grand Prix” the major series of race is held to evaluate the points and select two Championships. Formula One car can go up to the speed of 360km/h, however it has been limited now to ensure safety. The performance of the car depends on the suspension, tyres and aerodynamics of the car. read more

Originally posted 2015-04-18 08:04:47. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

 
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Is marathon suitable for me?

It is the first and foremost question that comes to the mind before taking part in a marathon. Running for a marathon is completely different from running. You have to stop eating junk food, train hard and have to give up on your social life. Training hours might affect your meetings with friends or relatives. You might affect your knees while preparing for a marathon race. Long distance run damages the heart, affect arthritis and spine. Toenails too can break during a long run. read more

 
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Importance of Sports Drinks (Hydration) for sports-persons.

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Hydration is very important part of our life, especially for Athletes. Water in our body helps us in higher energy levels.  It helps in muscle repair. A hydrated body is free of nitrogenous waste.  It regulates body temperature. Sportspersons use sports drink as a source of hydration. read more