Do you play or win?
People have always been mildly competitive and for the most part it has always been good-natured fun. But in this modern world where sport has been monetised, winning has become everything to the extent that many will cheat in any way they can.
This idea of winning at any cost is detrimental sport and detrimental to being human. Sport is meant to be light hearted fun and performed in the spirit of an athlete at the Rio Olympics is stopped to assist an injured competitor.
Why the fuss?
A face of India
Mention those two words ‘new yoga’ and people’s brains quite literally turn to mush. But let’s go back to the origin of the word yoga which means to unite meaning to ‘unite the individual consciousness to the universal consciousness’ and at the end of the day it has little to do with the body even though for most people this is a starting point.
If we go far enough back in history, clothing was only for a temporary protection from the elements or to protect the skin in certain occupations and people had no issue with nudity. Being dressed in one’s own skin is perfectly normal and natural, but what has happened
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Setting the tone for modern Olympics
Egypt vs Germany. An Islamic reporter stated that “Allah granted the shameless near-naked harlots victory over the modest women of Islam, 2-0. No doubt the Jews are responsible.”
In the wake of a coup d’état and a great deal of public unrest, the preparations for the Olympic Games were far behind schedule as the country wasn’t quite prepared for the enormity of this undertaking. Some athletes who arrived early were target of criminal gangs and forced to leave.
The main body of athletes arrived to find workers still attending to tasks in their rooms like with exposed wiring and bathrooms not working. Then many of the competition facilities weren’t quite complete and
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Should you wear a bra while exercising?
There’s a story of an Amazonian woman whose passion was war, but she found that one of her breasts was in the way when she fired an arrow. This was in a time when clothing was almost non-existent and there was no form of bra available, so her solution was to cut off one of her breasts which solved the problem.
Some women today have their breasts removed for fear of cancer, but most women engage in sports that most suit their physique. Runners tend to have a smaller bust whereas some tennis stars have an ample bust although it’s reported that the Romanian tennis player Simona Halep underwent
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Periods should not be excuses to stop living
Having a period is a normal and healthy part of being a woman and while some women like to take a little time out and rest over their periods, there’s no reason that your period should keep you from doing the things you love.
Providing that you feel well, you can continue to do your daily activities including playing sports, exercising, swimming, riding a bike, or just plain having fun. By wearing a pad or a tampon and changing them regularly, you can stop worrying about getting your clothes stained.
Exercise does not affect the amount of flow or length of your period. It actually helps in relieving menstrual cramps. But you
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A milk extract and sports supplement
You may have head about recent whey contamination scares, these are insignificant and yet serve as a reminder that milk and its derivative products are not designed for human consumption. Whey supplements are typically made for body builders and those wanting to increase muscle mass.
Whey protein is a nutritional supplement that is designed to be used for muscle gain. It comes from cow’s milk and is considered the most nutritious protein available. There are two different kinds of whey protein; isolate and concentrate and blends. Whey protein is a complete protein meaning that is has all the essential and non essential amino acids that the body needs to repair cells, muscles, and
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The Paris to Dakar Rally
Because Russia is such a vast and rugged country, they had to build trucks that could survive the conditions and they have since proved to be a hit when it comes to the relatively new sport of truck racing.
These tough trucks are designed to endure the rigours of Siberia, to negotiate every terrain imaginable without falling apart. Below you can see a couple of representative videos and your find tons more on YouTube.
Master truck drivers in action and other vehicles
MAN trucks Argentina – Bolivia 2016
Weightlifting commentator: This is Gregorieva from Bulgaria. I saw her snatch this morning during her warm up and it was amazing.
Dressage commentator: This is really a lovely horse and I speak from personal experience since I once mounted her mother.
Boxing commentator: Sure there have been injuries, and even some deaths in boxing, but none of them really that serious.
Softball commentator: If history repeats itself, I should think we can expect the same thing again.
Basketball commentator: He dribbles a lot and the opposition doesn’t like it. In fact you can see it all over their faces.
Rowing commentator At the rowing medal ceremony: Ah, isn’t that nice, the wife of the IOC president is hugging the
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A favourite Auzzi pastime
Australia is a nation which loves it’s motor sports and perhaps the most popular events are the V8 Super Car Series. Rivalry is primarily between the Australian made cars, Holden and Ford. The skills of the drivers is amazing as they handle their 300 plus horsepower 5 litre V8 cars on twisting circuits where there is often contact and many spills.
Some of the popular drivers are Marcos Ambrose, Mark Skaife, David Besnard, John Bowe, Neil Crompton and Greg Murphy. Typical Spec – 0-100 kph 5.2 seconds; top speed 293 kph and some premiere events are the:
Bathurst 1000 Held at Mt Panorama and known the world over simply as “Bathurst”, the Bob Jane T-Marts sponsored
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