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Working out – Redefined!

Since childhood I was involved in various sports; traditional sports like cricket, football as well as non- traditional sports like badminton, skating and kho-kho. I always wanted to come across as the fittest amongst my friends. I represented my school in almost all of these sports at various events across schools. Back then all this meant nothing more than fun.
During my later years academics occupied a lot of my time but sports was always in the frame. I was involved in one or the other physical activity but the prime focus was to relieve stress and get my mind off books. I have played some sports for over two decade now and my love for them has not fluctuated in all these years.  What I didn’t know is that all this is some or the other type of workout. read more

Originally posted 2015-05-04 08:14:51. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

 
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6 Simple ways to avoid Muscle cramps

Always most of the physical activities and exercises are up to a big challenge. Even, in these days the summer could give you more challenges on your regular workouts. So ultimately you’ll be in hurry to finish your physical activities due to the high temperatures. And exactly, the problem starts at this point, because when you release your body to the rest conditions after long workouts. There are more possibilities to get muscle cramps. read more

Originally posted 2015-06-05 12:37:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

 
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Vishwanathan Anand gets his name in space

We sometimes come to know that streets are named after famous people. People who are or were very famous and well acknowledged for their work have often been honored by naming a place after them as a token of gratitude. But planets? Yes, several minor planets have been named after famous people in the field of Science, Arts, Entertainment, Politics and Sports. And recently, an Indian has been given this honor. A small body in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter has been named after the 5-time world champion, Chess Grandmaster Vishwanathan Anand. read more

Originally posted 2015-04-08 08:32:10. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

 
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Protein rich snacks

Are you that someone who has heaps of work on his head and due to time constraints neglects his health? If you are the person who spends his day in a caravan and have almost no stopping or pausing, then what you may definitely need is dozens of protein rich quick bites. You cannot always depend on your timely meals for your source of proteins because this may not be possible when you are flooded with work and have absolutely no time to even lift up your head. So here I present a list of foods that are dense with proteins and are easy to carry wherever you go. Here they are:- read more

Originally posted 2015-05-26 06:37:16. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

 
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Specialty of a sports freak girl

In current situation, girls are getting opportunities in every field, whether it is education or sports. There is a famous saying “Girls don’t bring Dowry, they bring Medals”. By considering this statement, there are many girls who are walking on the path which ends straight away to the world of sports. There is something special about a girl who is into sports and exercises. read more

Originally posted 2015-06-26 11:34:44. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

 
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2015 NBA Playoffs Preview: Spurs-Clippers

In a normal season, to end up with the third best record (tied) in the league and the second best (tied) in your conference, you are usually rewarded with a team on the rise (like Bucks this year) or a team on the opposite side of the horizon ( Grizzlies last year). You can feast on them and prepare yourself for the bigger battles that lie ahead. read more

Originally posted 2015-04-20 07:53:17. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

 
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The future Indian sports

The history of Indian sports started from Vedic era. Ideally the religious rites have powerful physical culture in ancient India. “Duty is in my right hand and the fruits of victory in my left hand” are motivational slogans of Olympics that time. Even at some time these words the motivational oaths of Olympics. But today thighs were totally changed and technology were fed into sports; dramatically Indian sports have reached the peak of excellence. We Indians having such strong foundations in sports, but the paining fact is, read more

Originally posted 2015-04-23 07:45:31. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

 

Survival of a Legend- Shivnarine Chanderpaul

Most of us probably won’t remember him because it is hard to remember something which never caught your eyes or fascinated you while it had last but for many of us who had seen him almost throughout his career and even at his prime would wonder how it lasted that long. To his merit Shivnarine Chanderpaul struggled but he survived. read more

Originally posted 2015-05-29 04:51:23. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

 
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Champions even after losing on the field

It was a moment of joy for the Bangladeshi cricket fans in Dhaka when Bangladesh recorded their maiden ODI series win against Pakistan by registering their second win in the three match series. One could see the joy on the face of the stand-in skipper Shakib Al-Hassan after the accomplishment. Not a long while ago, it was the same Bangladeshi team who were left with tears after the World Cup exit following a herculean group stage effort. The players have never been shy of showing their emotions; as the adage goes, real men do not hide their emotions. And on most occasions, these champions win hearts despite being on the losing side. Here is a total recall of some of the greatest moments of sporting history when the men couldn’t control their emotions. read more

Originally posted 2015-04-21 11:09:49. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

 
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What happened to Formula One in India?

The first ever Formula One race in India took place on 30th September of the 2011 season as the 17th race, won by Sebastian Vettel for Red Bull. The next two years saw the same man win the Indian GP hosted in the freshly constructed Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida, near New Delhi. The Indian GP has been axed in 2014 citing tax problems with the Uttar Pradesh government as the reason. The UP government does not see F1 as a sport but rather an entertainment and thus levied heavy tax which is being currently contested in court. read more

Originally posted 2015-04-21 06:22:06. Republished by Blog Post Promoter