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It’s been some start to the season for Dominic Calvert-Lewin who capped off a fine Everton victory over West Brom with a hat-trick last weekend.
The Blues bounced back from going behind initially to the visitors in order to secure a standout 5-2 victory over Slaven Bilic’s men, with Calvert-Lewin taking his tally to four Premier League goals in just two matches.
The 23-year-old came into this campaign on the back of his best to date in the Premier League last season, netting 15 goals in what was an unremarkable campaign for the Blues who finished a lowly 12th.
On the back of that and with Carlo Ancelotti now at the helm, we knew that Everton were going to be busy in the market as they looked to massively improve the squad
For 45 minutes, this talking point was exclusively a Danny Ings appreciation section; he was utterly spectacular for Saints, a non-stop dynamo who had everything in his game from confidence and energy to a tremendous first touch and an unerring finish.
He is unquestionably in top form right now, Saints’ best player and most likely goal threat, and he must be making a huge claim to be much more regularly involved for Gareth Southgate’s England squad.
Ahead of though, of course, is Harry Kane – and in the second half it was he who stepped up massively.
In a slightly different way, though: creator-in-chief for Spurs, dropping into clever areas, finding pinpoint passes through gaps and claiming no fewer than four assists. Start them together!
Fitness isn’t just a physical attribute, it’s a state of mind. The fitness industry has grown to reflect this in the last decade, with key players such as LA Fitness and LifeTime leading the way in a marketplace which is worth billions.
Entrepreneur Erick Alvarez knows all about the philosophy of being fit, it’s what transformed him from a college dropout, prone to drinking alcohol and reckless behavior, into a highly-sought after personal trainer and CEO and founder of Big Clout Media. Erick kindly agreed to share with us a few of his insights about the evolution and future of the industry he cares passionately about.
Chen, K. & Arnold, F. H. Tuning the activity of an enzyme for unusual environments: sequential random mutagenesis of subtilisin E for catalysis in dimethylformamide. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA90, 5618–5622 (1993). The first demonstration of directed evolution by successive rounds of mutagenesis and screening — a strategy now widely used to engineer enzymes.
Premium boutique gym brand FIRE Fitness takes on the global stage through its asset-light, digitally enabled model, with attractive licensing proposition
Backed by Evolution Wellness, Asia’s leading health club operator
Evolution Wellness, Asia’s leading health club operator whose portfolio of brands also includes Celebrity Fitness and Fitness First, today announced the launch of a competitive licensing programme for its premium boutique gym brand, FIRE Fitness. Established in Malaysia in 2015 by several fitness industry veterans – husband and wife duo Dave Nuku and Tracy Minnoch-Nuku, and Rich Hutson – FIRE Fitness enjoys a leadership position in the premium boutique segment in Malaysia, delivering some of the most popular boutique fitness class experiences1 in the market today. There are currently four FIRE Fitness clubs – or Firestations – in Malaysia, delivering virtual and physical proprietary classes such as BARRE, FORCE, RIDE, STRIDE, and STRIKE.
The main reason for those who don’t wish to return to the gym, but had existing membership pre-lockdown, is the fear of contracting coronavirus (30%), and over a third (33%) are nervous of the hygiene standards maintained by gyms. Additional reasons include not being able to afford gym membership (19%) anymore and finding that the gym is no longer physically convenient (11%).
Changing behaviours At the beginning of lockdown, many saw this time as opportunity for self-improvement and used the additional time as a chance to exercise. Since March, over a third (35%) of Brits have increased the amount exercise they do each week, citing they want to keep their bodies fit and healthy (45%) as the main reason.
Additionally, Brits have prioritised exercise since the start of the pandemic to improve their mental health (26%), get out of the house more (29%) and lose the weight gained in lockdown
The dream: To open his own fitness center. The reality: After almost five years, well-known local trainer Mickels will finally be holding a grand opening for Evolution Fitness, 5126 51st Ave. S. Ste. 112, from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 19.
“Finally, this year in January, it happened,” Mickels said.
What happened will be known as Evolution Fitness, which is not a franchise and is only located in Fargo at the moment, offering members a wide range of training and equipment, including a full weight room, stair climbers, treadmills, ski machine rowers, even a Jacob’s Ladder cardio machine. The location also features a 12 x 78-foot section of turf with sleds, prowlers, ropes and sand bags. There’s also a small, dry sauna.
“I’m kind of an equipment junkie, I guess,” he said. “I’m very particular about it.”
Needs to be General PA’d for KW stuffing in the RB – these are the exact same terms the author uses in the KW box.
The sport of table tennis has a long and storied history. It was most likely derived from a game known as “Royal Tennis” that was played in Europe during medieval times around the 12th century AD. In the 1880’s a form of the game was frequently played by members of England’s upper class as an after dinner social activity. Dinner tables would be turned into playing surfaces, with piles of books being used as the “net” and household items acting as rackets. In 1890, an indoor gaming set was created by David Foster and patented in England. It included table versions of tennis, cricket, and football. In 1891, John Jacques of London released a game called “Gossima”, a game that included paddles, a web-wrapped cork … Read More
Table tennis or ping pong is a game played with two or four players by hitting a lightweight, hollow ball back and forth using rackets, this game played on a hard table with a net that divides the table to two halves.
Ping Pong was inspired by the traditional tennis game. It appeared in Britain during the 19th century as a parlour game played by the gentry after the dinner meal.
At first, ping pong was called by multi names such as wiff-waff, flim-flam etc. These names cames from the sound made when players hit the ball and the fall of the ball on the ping pong table.
In 1901, the popularity of ping pong was increased. That which encouraged British Manufacturer J.Jacques & Sons Ltd. to trademark the game as “ping pong.” and sold the rights of it to “Parker Brothers” American company