Go Muscles Vs Show Muscles

For the past 30 years we have been training wrong. Our fitness programs have been highly influenced by equipment manufactures like Nautilus, who invented pin-selected weight machines and then brain washed us to believe that exercising on a machine was more effective, and at the same time bodybuilders like Arnold who published «The New Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding» and then the movie «Pumping Iron.» These programs have helped to develop great «Show Muscles», but done very little to improve the function of our everyday activities and athleticism, our «Go Muscles». At the same time over the past 30 years we have been continually getting fatter and more deconditioned as a population. How can this be if pin-selected machines are the best way to exercise and the techniques of bodybuilders are superior to everything else? They aren’t!

Unless you are a bodybuilder there is no benefit to building «Show Muscles». Instead, you need to change you focus to building «Go Muscles». Go Muscles are not developed on weight machines or by doing single-joint exercises, such as bicep curls and seated chest presses. Rather they are built through total body exercises, such as deadlifts, push-ups, cleans, etc., and are built off of the ability to lift and control your own bodyweight before adding any external resistance. Also, Go Muscles are developed standing, especially on one leg, not seated or lying down. When you are seated or lying down you are not engaging your core muscles, which are the foundation of a strong body.

So why are we still having the 40-year-old mother of 4 doing seated chest presses and bicep curls? She is never going to compete in a bodybuilding contest and just wants to lose 10 pounds and have more energy. But yet we still put her on a circuit of machines. The only thing this is going to help her do is flex for the other soccer moms, it’s not going to help her drop those 10 pounds or load and unload groceries into the car and still have enough energy to wash clothes, cook dinner, and help the kids with homework.

Many people are beginning to change their approach to fitness, but there are still many more that are using the same failing methods that went out of style in the 80’s with leg warmers and spandex unitards.

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Choosing the Right Soccer Shoes For the Game

Soccer shoes come in a wide variety of designs, colours and purposes. The most expensive shoes do not guarantee that it is appropriate for the sport. Wearing the right shoes in playing soccer is vital in performing well in the field and also avoids injuries.

Soccer shoes are designed with cleat patterns. The cleat pattern is specifically designed with a purpose in different field conditions. These cleats may come with screw-ins which have blade. There are designs for indoor and outdoor use. The indoor shoes look similar to the tennis shoes. Cleats are categorized as soft ground (SG) or hard ground (HD) styles.

When choosing the shoes, make sure that it fits your feet exactly and you feel comfortable wearing it. Make sure that you bring with you your shin guards when buying your shoes so that you can check if it fits your new shoes. It is also important that you purchase your shoes with excellent traction. This prevents accidents caused by slipping or sudden stops.

Here are some important tips when buying your shoes. The best time in buying your shoes is in the afternoon because your feet are definitely swollen because of the day’s activity. Tighten the shoe lace as you normally do when you are in the field. Try to walk around with your new shoes to have a feel of its interior.

So the next time you buy your new shoes for soccer, make sure to take not of the tips given or you will end up losing your winning goal because of bad shoes or you might get yourself and injury.

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Soccer Cleats History and Its Evolution

Soccer is a game which can give you Goosebumps. Every admirer of the soccer has a favorite player too which makes the game worth watching. Each and every player puts in uncountable amount of efforts in to the game and as these efforts are for making the team wins each and everything should be practiced. To practice you need proper soccer cleats as they become one of the indispensable parts of this process. Cleats have sought to come in to existence in the 1500s. Cornelius Johnson was the first cleatmaker who attempted to make them for the King Henry VIII in the year 1525. They were specially designed by keeping the game in view and the material was of leather which made them heavy. These differed from the normal ones as they were ankle length.

As the game started evolving in the country the demand for soccer ones also started increasing in the 1800s. The players demanded something which is comfortable and bitterly designed. This was the time when the ankle length ones became less popular and the traditional 'slipper style' came in to fashion. They were then given 6 studs at the bottom, made up of leather material and they used to get heavy during rains. But this pattern was accepted up to the 1900s.

The industry saw boom again after World War II as the air travel became prominent and the international games started being held. This led to the high demand of the manufacture for the team members. The focus shifted to providing the players with a comfortable and well-designed material which helps the player in kicking and controlling the soccer ball. The weight was also decreased as light weight cleats started trending.

The evolution led to the following categories which a player can choose from to play soccer:

Soft ground and pro soft ground:

These allow the player to play on muddy fields and wet lands. Also these studs come with attachment as well as detachable capacities. The player can attach them if the need is felt and can remove according to the place in which the match is going on.

The pro soft cleats are helpful on muddy fields and wet grounds where maximum traction is required. They are the traditional cleats.

Artificial Grass / Hard Ground:

Built on a hard sunbaked ground or a new artificial turf, these come with more number of stud support and this makes them better.

Indoor

These are used for the leisure soccer indoor games.

Futsal

These are designed for fast playing players and five-a-side play soccer games ..

Artificial Surf

These are designed to play on hard surfaces. They come with the rubber or plastic sole at the bottom.

Women's Soccer Cleats:

Built on narrower last or fit mold the women's soccer cleats are built keeping in mind the dimensions of the women feet. They are built to provide the women with utmost comfort and not to choose men's soccer cleats if they are playing soccer.

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Play Better With The Right Soccer Cleats For Flat Feet

Flat feet cannot be ignored in any given circumstance. The only way you will remain comfortable when you are flat footed is to find shoes that are designed with the condition in mind. Nobody chooses to have a foot arch or not, but fortunately shoes can be designed to conform to any given shape and offer it comfort. When it comes to soccer, the feet receive lots of abuse when handling body weight during walking and running.

This is a game that involves physical activity and plenty of footwork. Players with balanced feet seem to have an upper hand in it compared to players with feet issues such as flat feet and wide feet. When you fail to adequately dress flat feet, you risk experiencing acute aches and pains. Finding the right shoes with enough support and room for the feet is therefore paramount. You should not miss enjoying your favorite game just because you have flat feet; all you need is a comfortable pair that is designed for flat feet to play better.

Choosing cleats for flat feet

Keep off high arched shoes – You may not have a foot arch, but this does not mean that you choose cleats with a very high arch. Such shoes will only cause you pain; you may even end up with a sore around the arch area which can be uncomfortable and painful. Focus on arch support that will not do you harm during play, moderate arch is the best way to go.

Choose roomy shoes – Flat feet require plenty of space to feel comfortable. Ensure therefore, that you select a size that offers enough space to accommodate the feet and keep you comfortable. It is most advisable that you measure your feet so you are able to select the perfect size for you.

Go for flexible midsoles – This is one of ways of ensuring that your feet remain comfortable. The midsole should not only be flexible but also well-padded to keep your feet at their best. Some cleats are employing orthotics technology to offer more comfort and flexibility.

Get assistance – when you are not very sure which cleats are best for flat feet, it would be a good idea to let a professional offer you the help you need. Just because a shoe is popular and appealing does not always mean it is best for your feet. Reputable soccer cleat stores will have all the details you need and will know which brands offer cleats suitable for flat feet.

No player should be shut out of what they love most simply because of body features they have little control over. Fortunately, manufacturers are coming up with all kinds of features and technologies to ensure that all players get equal chances to put their skills to best practice. Do your research to find cleats that are best for you.

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2010 FIFA World Cup – South Africa, to Be Or Not to Be?

I love football. Football is life. Football is the beautiful game. I am getting rushes of adrenalin to the head already just thinking about the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

In 2010 the entire pumped-up and emotive football world will descend in a riotous show of bliss upon majestic South Africa for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Will South Africa be ready for them?

In 2006 FIFA chief Sepp Blatter made it very clear that there was to be no doubt about the 2010 FIFA World Cup being held in South Africa: «Plan A… Plan B… Plan C is that the 2010 World Cup will be staged in South Africa». The only contingency plan that would see South Africa not host the cup would be due to a natural catastrophe. In the same year, on behalf of Blatter in an address to the South African Parliment FIFA communications director Markus Seigler reinforced the notion that South Africa is doing just fine: «You are absolutely on schedule, you’re absolutely on track. You’re even more advanced than the Germans were four years ago…Any doubts are completely unfair. This country – and I know this country – is absolutely capable.» Seigler capped it off with acknowledging that the previous host, Germany, had also faced adversity and added: «At least South Africa’s economy is growing – Germany’s is not.»

In 2008 the rumour mill has not stopped churning out doubts about whether South Africa will host the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Word on the street is that the 2010 World Cup preparations have been plagued by a host of problems that could compromise vital deadlines. Stadium construction delays, striking workers, security fears, transport problems and the possibility of power outages are running rampant.

Port Elizabeth stadium is one of the main venues in the 2010 FIFA World Cup and is yet to be completed. Next year’s Confederations Cup, a precursor to the competition for the World Cup, was slated to take place in the stadium but has since been pulled out of the Cup.

In an interview in Die Welt newspaper published on Monday July 14th, 2008 Franz Beckenbauer confirmed the event would be held in South Africa: «We in the FIFA executive are doing everything to have the World Cup take place in South Africa, even if we have to shut an eye every now and then. But I am sure that the World Cup in South Africa will take place.»

However, Beckenbauer was out of the loop when it came to any knowledge about FIFA chief Sepp Blatter’s actively searching for countries that would be ale to host the championship in the case of a natural catastrophe. In an interview with Sky News Beckenbauer explained: «Honestly, it was a surprise for me. I myself sit in FIFA’s executive and even I don’t know who are Blatter’s candidates.»

Whether the public is getting a load of double-speak about the whole affair is debatable. But on the bright side, it has been announced that vuvuzelas will not be banned.

Vuvuzelas, sometimes referred to as ‘lepatatas’ are air horns approximately one metre in length made from plastic and commonly seen at football matches all over the world. The name is said to originate from the Zulu for «making noise» although this is hotly disputed. Others say the name originates from the fact it makes a «vuvu» sound when blown, or even comes from the township slang related to the word for «shower».

Kaizer Chiefs supporters’ spokesperson Saddam Maake who is credited with popularising the instrument was overjoyed to hear that the vuvuzela ban had been lifted: «When we got the message that vuvuzelas were going to be banned, we were disappointed. We knew it had become part of our culture and offered free entertainment during matches. I felt over the moon when I heard about the lifting of the ban.»

Critics of the instrument feel that the noise detracts from the game, but Maake explains that people need to be educated about how to use the vuvuzelas correctly: «They have to know that you cannot blow it during moments of silence and when they blow it during the game they should do it to make rhythmic music.»

The first FIFA World Cup was held in 1930 and has gained strength from year to year for every four years, halted only twice in1942 and 1946 by World War II.

In the eighteen FIFA tournaments that have been held seven nations have won the title. Brazil has the most World Cups team, having won the tournament five times. The current World Champions, Italy, follow with four titles, while Germany holds three. The other former champions are Uruguay (winners of the inaugural tournament) and Argentina with two titles each. England and France hold one title each.

The most recent World Cup Finals were held in Germany, where Italy was crowned the champion after beating France in the final.

We’re already half way there. Those two long years are going to creep up on us and we will be looking for cheap ticket deals and packages to South Africa sooner than we think with our hearts pumping like they were shocked by 10,000 volts in anticipation of the spectacular event that the 2010 FIFA World Cup is going to be. Bring on the joy.

Flying the Flag: World Cup Gift Ideas

World Cup Fever is beginning to reach high pitch, excuse the pun, through the world. In early May however, drivers sporting flags on cars and those draping large banners from bedroom windows could only be considered as premature flagulators. Now, as the World Cup is about to begin, flag waving and associated football mania seems much more acceptable. This year, Father's Day (June 18th 2006) coincides with the World Cup. Dads and grandads everywhere can look forward to a wide variety of soccer related gifts.

World Cup Gifts for Soccer fans

World Cup Gifts can be found in many shapes and sizes which can be fun, practical and useful. General gifts for football supporters include flags for cars, large flag banners, hats and t shirts, stationery and mugs. National team football shirts are also likely to be a great hit amongst fans as is the 2006 Official World Cup football, great for those needing to go and play out their skills after watching a match.

Gadget Gifts

For gadget lovers that are also football fans there are a wide variety of novelty gifts available to celebrate the World Cup, including inflatable armchairs and giant inflatable balls, football TV remote controls and blow up beer buckets. Gadget style toys such as a choking refere bendy toy (for those feeling the urge to throttle a ref during a match) are a great idea for the fun loving person.

World Cup Stress Relief

Gamers may also enjoy the World Cup 2006 Fifa games which are available for most platforms, including PS2, DS, Xbox 360 and PSP. These enable the players to play matches with world class players of their choice and vent off their stresses via a gamepad.

Got the T shirt?

For the fashion conscious, there are many football clothing gifts available including home and away team shirts, shorts, football boots and a multitude of fashion accessories such as mobile phone charms, caps and bags.

Shoppers Dream

Online and down the High Street, World Cup gifts are everywhere. Gift shopping for football fans during the World Cup season is probably a dream. You should not have to look far to find something suitable!

World Cup 2006. Gift ideas for football fans .