Just as your mind requires books to stay sharp, your body needs exercise to stay physically fit. The importance of a strenuous and an efficient workout can never be highlighted enough, for to retain fitness is of paramount importance. One can never heartedly pursue any objectives or tasks without having sound mental and physical fitness. Fitness not just includes having a well groomed body but rather the overall development of physical and mental attributes. It also nourishes an individual to be more than just a simple person with a simplistic outlook on the world, it unlocks a person’s insight to greater and more innovative thought process with a passion to get things going; to pragmatically act rather than just think. A person who keeps fit is not only a vibrant person to be around with but becomes a more active and a responsible component to the society.
Tennis is considered as a fast sport which needs lots of stamina and energy. One of the most important aspects of the game is the racquet. A player’s game depends on his racquet. The choice of your tool in this sport is akin to the choice of a weapon before a warrior gets into a battle.
Celebrating small wins with the entire team is acceptable. But not at the cost of the game itself, isn’t it? Certain times, players lose control over their emotions and tend to celebrate their wins even before the declaration. And the probability that the opposition team takes the win in this period is more likely.
“What kind of a game is that?” was the thing that sauntered into my mind when I first caught a glimpse of the game that I now worship, adore and love deeply. What sense could a 12 year old kid, in a Cricket loving country possibly have derived from Football right? I couldn’t either. Guys running around the pitch chasing a ball seemed stupid to me then. Though incidentally, a few days later my dad got me FIFA (the game) to play on the desktop and I decided to give it a try.
Football is the most popular sport in the European continent and parts of America, oh scratch that, football is the most popular sport in the world, no wait it is a religion.
Its origin dates back to Han dynasty in 3rd century BC where leather balls were filled with feathers and kicked around. In Greece, a sport called “Episkyros” was played in which there were no rules as such besides the rule of kicking the ball into a net (they took the saying that there is just one rule very seriously.) The game had no particular size of field or number of players at that time so yeah there have been times when team had entire clans as their on field squad, wasn’t very different from war in those times.
If you always thought fitness is an unachievable goal for you or it is just for that gym-going neighbour or the celebrity on TV, well you were wrong!
The journey is all about focus and a great guide to help you through. Snap Fitness, a global leader in the health and fitness genre makes your path to good health, a glorious and rewarding one. And what are we to say when this brand over the last few years has seen a fitness-focussed fan base all over the globe. In India it has helped in teaching the correct values and fitness ethics to a massive audience spread in more than 40 (and still counting) institutes and centres, in collaboration with Master Franchise Force Fitness since 2008.
Seldom does it happen that two perfectionists, in a field, lock horns and bring the best out of one another. One of its fine examples is showcased in the goliath standoff between the Portuguese star Christiano Ronaldo and the Argentinean wonder Lionel Messi.
As New Zealand and Australia pulled up their socks and locked horns with each other in the final, the main question according to me was not who was going to take the much coveted trophy but my concern was regarding a controversial decision taken by the ICC, which has decided to limit the participation of the so called “minnows” or in other words associates to only two from the next ODI world cup in 2019. This decision taken from Dubai has created lot of hue and cry regarding the motives of the world cricket’s governing body.
At the start of the season, whenever Man Utd played a match (especially at old trafford), there was always a sense of exasperation among the Man Utd fans. The reasons were plenty: is it going to be 4-4-2, 3-5-2, 4-3-3? And the most common expression used to be ‘Now who is injured!!’ Van Gaal was given the resurrection job after the disastrous Moyes era. Van Gaal said that he would require a period of 3 months for Man Utd to play his way. There were constant comparisons to the Fergie era which have continued and need to be stopped. The time has come for Manchester United fans(Yeah me to!!) to let go of the Sir Alex Ferguson reign and stop judging this new era by former glories. There was no way Van Gaal was going to come to Manchester United and adopt somebody else’s philosophy.
This seemingly appalling question arises only because of the insurgence of the social media into every nook and cranny of the modern game. After almost 19 years into his job, Arsene has faced a barrage of criticism, vile abuse and anger. In recent years, fans and rivals have called for him to be sacked alleging a lack of success and trophies in the last 9 years and some humiliating results to bitter rivals and lower ranked opposition like the West Broms and the Derby Countys of England. But for a man of his stature and record is this justified? Or is Arsene’s time really up at Arsenal?