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When Tuchel insults copiously his players

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Thomas Tuchel, who must now deal with Leonardo, has not always been tender with the players of PSG, especially late last season, where he had not hesitated to insult them …

PSG players resumed on Monday and took part in their first training two days later. And before participating in a new Asian tour, which will end with the Champions Trophy against Rennes in Shenzen, Kylian Mbappé and his partners will first fly to Germany, to play two friendly matches, face Dynamo Dresden and FC Nuremberg, 16-20 July.

The Opportunity for Thomas Tuchel, Anarcho Henrique, and now under the thumb of Leonardo, to get closer to his troops after a second part of the season, where everything was disintegrated for the champions of France after their elimination against Manchester United in the Champions League. Especially with the French players who, according to The team, would like to blame him or her, and to be harder with this tri-color clan, and especially young people pinned by Neymar after the defeat in the final of the Cup of France.

Many of them (Kimpembe, Nkunku, Nsoki and Diaby) were also held in Nantes on April 17, where PSG had made a new indigent service (3-2), three days after a thrashing in Lille (5-1). Tuchel, particularly reassembled, would be at the break copiously insulted (all) his players, reproaching their behavior of “bitches” (“bitches”). And this scene would have “marked deeply” the Parisian cloakroom.

And for good reason, after a distressing elimination against Manchester United in the eighth-finals of the Champions League, PSG has suffered the blow in the last days of the championship. A clear drop in level that has resulted in several underperformances. A defeat has also left more traces in the Parisian locker room. Annoyed after an indigestible performance of his players against Nantes last April (2-3), Thomas Tuchel insulted his protégés at halftime.

This is in any case what asserts The Team in its columns. The coach of Paris Saint-Germain, very against their players, would have attacked them and their behavior of “bitches” (bitches) in his own words. Information that highlights the extent of the anger of the German technician that day. The sports daily does not stop there and says that this scene would have “profoundly marked” some players of the club of the capital

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New Zealand v Canada – Rugby World Cup 2019

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History made this week: Barretts the first identical triplets to score in a WC match; Ashley-Cooper the first grandfather to score in a WC match. What a week for rugby fans!

Canada gave it their all but the class of the All Blacks was clear as they score 63 unanswered points. Richie Mo’unga deserves his Man of the Match award with SBW and Beauden Barrett coming close with their performances. With history being made as Beauden, Jordie and Scott Barrett all started the game, they went on and went one better as all 3 scored tries.

As a comments on the topic on social media platforms :

  • Commentors said in the beginning of the match that the ABs averaged 63 points in the last 2 world cup matchs against Canada, with 1 game being 62 points and the other being 64, then the ABs score exactly 63 in this match.
  • It wouldnt of made a difference in the end, but in the first twenty mins i thought the ref was pretty poor,especially if you were Canada, that pass from Perenara to Todd leading up to Jordies try was a shocker, there was another real obvious one too and some infringements around the ruck areas that he probably should of pulled us up on. It irritates me when refs cant keep up or arent up to the occasion, especially when its us that gets the benefit, it gives the Northern Hemisphere guys more ammunition about how we get preferential treatment from the Refs and best cheats on the ground, and thats why we win all the time, as opposed to the fact that we are the most skillful as a whole, in my biased opinion of course haha .
  • I thought Brad Weber had a great game, he has real speed on his pass and runs great support lines (as most halfbacks should). He’s also got wheels, more top speed than Aaron or TJ. Sevu Reece and George Bridge won’t be losing much sleep tonight, don’t think Ioane did enough to warrant his 11 jersey back in more important games. Mo’unga and SBW were awesome, I honestly don’t think we will win the RWC if Mo’unga gets injured, the Beau’unga gameplan is critical to our success .

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Yoga Poses

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A HISTORY OF YOGA

Most of us know yoga as a set of poses performed in a gym or yoga studio setting. The majority of yoga styles practiced today were invented in the last quarter of the 20th century and are either a far cry from yoga’s roots or have no authentic lineage.

If we really want to examine the roots of yoga, we need to go back to the Harrapan culture, dating back 3,500 years, when yoga was a meditative practice. According to some, around 1500 BCE, Harrapan culture was diminished due to Aryan invasion. Barbarians from Normandy introduced the caste system and enforced a set of religious rituals that involved blood sacrifice practices. Along with these religious practices came sacred scriptures called the Vedas, a large body of spiritual texts originating in India. The word “yoga” was first mentioned in the oldest of the Vedas, Rig Veda. It referred to the concept of discipline.

 Fast forward to 800 BCE. The Upanishads, a collection of texts that contain some of the earliest concepts of Hinduism, prescribed the method of achieving enlightenment by studying under a teacher and dedicating one’s life to a yoga practice. The Upanishads outlined two paths to enlightenment: Karma Yoga (selfless dedication to the service of others) and Jnana Yoga (intense study of spiritual writings). Around the 3rd century BCE, the Maitrayaniya Upanishad prescribed a six-step process to enlightenment, which included mastering pranayama (breath control), pratyaharia (sense withdrawal), dhyana (meditation), dharana (one-pointed concentration), tarka (self-reflection), and samadhi (absolute absorption) in order to unite the Atman (individual’s spirit) and Brahman (universal spirit or source of creation). The sacred syllable om appeared in this particular Upanishad as a symbol of union between mind and breath. At around the same time that Maitrayaniya Upanishad was introduced, Bhagavad Gita gained prominence. This scripture combined and mythological tales that later made their way into a celebrated collection of tales, Mahabharata. Three methods of devotion were outlined inBhagavad Gita: Karma Yoga, Jnana Yoga, and Bhakti Yoga (devotion).

Compiled around 400 CE by Patanjali, The Yoga Sutras introduced the eight-fold path to yoga practice, which is considered to be the classical yoga manual and the foundation of many of today’s yoga practices, particularly Ashtanga Yoga. We will hear more about this eight-fold path in The Eight Limbs of Yoga , which include yama (self-restraint) niyama (self-purification by self-restraint and discipline), asana (seat or posture), pranayama (control of breath), pratyahara (sense withdrawal), dharana (one-pointed concentration), dhyana (meditation), and samadhi (total absorption). Around the 4th century CE, Tantra Yoga emerged. This new form of yoga celebrated the physical body as a vehicle to enlightenment. The philosophy behind Tantra Yoga can be summarized by the idea of uniting all the dualities within a human body (e.g., male and female; good and evil), which gave Tantra a very sexual reputation. This is, however, a common misunderstanding, since Tantra practices extend far beyond sexuality. Hatha Yoga was introduced in the 10th century CE. It combined the physicality and conscious intent of using bodily postures, or asana practice, and pranayama breath control for the goal of self-realization

In 14th century CE, the Yoga Upanishads were introduced. One of these sacred texts, Tejo Bindu Upanishad, added seven more important parts of yoga practice on top of Patanjali’s eight. They were as follows: mula bandha (root lock), balance, undisturbed vision, tyaga (abandonment), mauua (quiet), desha (space), and kala (time). It was not until the 20th century that yoga gained any kind of popularity in Western Europe and North America. Swami Sivananda Saraswati was one of the first yogis to travel outside of India to spread the teachings of yoga to the West. He established yoga centers in North America at the time Swami Satchidananda also delivered an opening speech at the Woodstock Festival in 1969. However, T. Krishnamacharya is arguably the father of the yoga practice with which Westerners are familiar today. In the 1930s, he began teaching his students the Mysore vigorous sequences of yoga poses that emphasize strength and athletic ability. Students were only allowed to learn the next and more challenging pose after they had grasped the previous one. His three most prominent and influential students are Pattabhi Jois, Iyengar, and Indra Devi. Pattabhi Jois established Ashtanga yoga. It is one of the most popular types of yoga practiced in the West. Iyengar became successful by creating his own sequences of yoga poses, which were characterized by a focus on the alignment of the body and the use of various props. Indra Devi is considered the first famous yogini (female yoga master). Krishnamacharya also educated his son Desikachar in yoga. An engineer by training, Desikachar saw great value in studying yoga only when he was already a college graduate. Desikachar developed Vinyoga, which is a more therapeutic and less intense approach to physical practice, as compared to Ashtanga.

The 21st century presents us with an endless variety of yoga “styles” or “brands,” such as Bikram Yoga, Power Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, and countless more. It is important to be open-minded, try as many styles and approaches as possible, and figure out what gives you the best results in terms of achieving both your physical and spiritual goals. There is no wrong way to achieve self-realization. Just make sure you are mindful, patient, practical, and consistent in your practice.

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haw to get a Lifelong Fitness

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Introduction to Physical Best

Regular participation in physical activity has a significant positive effect on people’s health and well-being. In turn, improved health and well-being positively influence quality of life and society as a whole. Organizations such as the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Medical Association, the American Heart Association, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, as well as the allied health community emphasize the importance of lifelong physical activity to good health. This is true for all people, including those with physical and mental challenges, the sedentary population, and even elite athletes.

Benefits of Lifelong Participation in Physical Activity

According to the Division of Adolescent and School Health (DASH), the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (NCCDPHP), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (2008), the prevalence of obesity among children aged 6 to 11 years has more than doubled in the past 20 years, and among adolescents aged 12 to 19 obesity has more than tripled (Ogden, Flegal, Carroll, & Johnson, 2002). Overweight children and adolescents are more likely to become overweight or obese adults, and children who became obese by age 8 were more severely obese as adults (Ferraro, Thorpe, & Wilkinson, 2003). Although students must know the risks of a sedentary lifestyle, they should also know the many benefits of getting enough physical activity and remaining active for life. Emphasizing the benefits that they will see today is especially important. Regular physical activity in childhood and adolescence can (USDHHS, 2008)

increase strength and endurance,
• build healthy bones and muscles,
• control weight,
• reduce anxiety and stress,
• increase self-esteem, and
• improve blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

Positive experiences with physical activity at a young age can help lay a foundation for being active regularly through life (USDHHS, 2008). The U.S. Department of Health and Human Servicesrecommends that young people (ages 6–17) participate in at least 60 minutes of physical activity daily (USDHHS, 2008). In 2007 only 35% of high school students had participated in at least 60 minutes per day of physical activity on five or more of the last seven days, and only 30% attended physical activity class daily. Participation in physical activity declines as children age (CDC, 2007).
Physical activity has a positive effect not only on an individual’s health but also on society as awhole because a physically active population is able to be more productive. Physically active people have healthier attitudes, which allows them to handle the larger problems ssociated with work or home in a more positive, reflective manner.

Health-related fitness is a measure of a person’s ability to perform physical activities that require endurance, strength, or flexibility. This kind of fitness is achieved through a combination of regular exercise and inherent ability. The components of health-related physical fitness are aerobic fitness, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, and body composition as they relate specifically to health enhancement.

Skill-related fitness is often confused with health-related fitness components. Skillrelated components often go hand in hand with certain physical activities and are necessary for a person to accomplish or enhance a skill or task. Skill-related components include agility, coordination, reaction time, balance, speed, and power. An individual can still achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity without possessing a high degree of skill-related components. Health-related and skill-related components are not mutually exclusive, but the Physical Best program primarily focuses on the health-related components of fitness (see figure 1.1 on page 6).
Further, the USDHHS (2008) offers technical definitions of these terms:

  • Physical activity is strictly defined as any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that results in an expenditure of energy.
    It includes a broad range of occupational, leisure time, and routine daily activities from manual labor to gardening, walking, and household chores. These activities can require light, moderate, or vigorous effort and can lead to improved health when performed regularly.
  • Exercise is physical activity of a repetitive nature that is planned or structured to improve or maintain one or more of the health-related fitness components.

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