The Most Comprehensive Handstand Tutorial I often see people trying to kick up into a handstand over and over for weeks/months on end with their back to the wall or worse, with no wall. Unfortunately these futile attempts lead to nowhere. Achieving a freestanding handstand is NOT a straight-forward and linear journey like some other bodyweight exercises, but hopefully with the help of this article you will be one step closer to finding that floating feeling. This tutorial emphasizes the following: the wrist warm upopening the shouldersstrengthening the corethe hollow body positionproper wall progressionsrebalancing drills of all kindsproper ways to enter AND exit the HSthe neuromuscular aspect of balancingand finally, the handstand with a flat-back. I have put together as many photos and videos to demonstrate things perfectly to help you (and shot a couple of my own to fill the gaps). Inspiration for this article stemmed from my want to help those participating in the Handstand Motivational Month. Last updated: May 22, 2015.
7 Simple Ways To Use Instagram To Promote Your Products January is typically a slow time of year for many e-tailers, but in this article you’ll discover 7 quick and easy Instagram marketing strategies you can use to help promote your products and improve your sales. 1. Use your bio to make it clear you are a business/brand When a customer discovers an image they like on Instagram, further investigation usually leads straight to the posters bio. As an ecommerce merchant, make sure you use your bio to make it clear you are a brand with a product to sell. The best way to do this is to use your brand logo (not a personal picture), and the name of your ecommerce store including a brief description about what it is you sell. 2. Your bio is the only place on Instagram where it’s possible to post a live link. 3. Pinterest introduced the fancily named “rich pins” to allow brands to offer pricing and availability details directly within their pins – making it clear that the product shown in the image was in fact for sale. 4. 5. 6. 7.
Bedtime 'has huge impact on sport' 29 January 2015Last updated at 12:21 ET By James Gallagher Health editor, BBC News website Can Real Madrid's success be down to a later society? Our internal body clock has such a dramatic impact on sporting ability that it could alter the chances of Olympic gold, say researchers. The team, at the University of Birmingham, showed performance times varied by 26% throughout the day. Early risers reached their athletic peak around lunchtime, while night owls were best in the evening. The researchers say it could even explain why Spanish teams have more success in European football. The body clock controls everything from alertness to the risk of a heart attack, in a daily rhythm. Continue reading the main story Some aspects of sporting ability were thought to peak in early afternoon, but a study in the journal Current Biology suggests each competitor's sleeping habits have a powerful impact. And they did it at six different times of day between 07:00 and 22:00. Advantage New talent
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Who, what, why: Could Tourette's syndrome make a goalkeeper better? 2 July 2014Last updated at 08:38 ET Who, What, Why The Magazine answers the questions behind the news Tim Howard's World Cup goalkeeping has been universally acclaimed. Might his Tourette's syndrome explain some element of his superb reactions? It was a remarkable display - 15 saves in a single World Cup match. Although it wasn't enough to prevent his team losing to Belgium, USA keeper Tim Howard's fine performance has been one of the highlights of the tournament. Previously, the Everton player has suggested that the fact he lives with Tourette's syndrome - a condition characterised by multiple motor tics, and at least one vocal tic - has made him a better athlete. Continue reading the main story The answer People with Tourette's tend to be very good at controlling their voluntary movements Activities that require concentration like sport and music can help reduce tics He might be.
Album sans titre - Pennsylvania Hempland Security Carlos '97 free kick no fluke, say French physicists Roberto Carlos' free kick goal against France in 1997's Tournoi de France is thought by many to have been the most skilful free kick goal -- from 35m with a powerful curling banana trajectory -- ever scored; but by others to have been an incredible fluke. Taken in 1997, a year before the French won the World Cup, Brazilian Carlos's goal held France to a frustrating draw but, now, a group of French physicists -- perhaps with a nostalgic eye to a happier time for French football -- have computed the trajectory and shown that Carlos' goal was no fluke. The research published Sept. 2, 2010 in New Journal of Physics, explains why French goalkeeper Fabien Barthez made no move for the ball (but why a ball-boy ten metres from the goal did duck to safety) as the ball made a last moment sweep left and landed in the back of the net. Carlos' free kick can be seen on YouTube here:
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