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We try…F45 Training. Blood, sweat, and more sweat

Being a lover of both fitness classes and bargains the introductory offer at F45 Training’s new Tottenham Court Road studio, offering a week’s worth of classes for £20, was far too good to pass up.  For anyone not familiar with …

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Does Mental State now Play a Bigger Part than Physical in Football?

The World Cup is just over a year away now, and with Gareth Southgate at the helm – the fans will be expecting him to achieve the seamlessly impossible, and bring the trophy home for the first time since 1966 (for …

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Whey Out of Line: Why Your Rage at Protein World Ads is Counter-Productive

Reading the Evening Standard on the way home yesterday I came across the story of yet more outrage about a Protein World advertising campaign. The ad features reality TV ‘star’ Khloe Kardashian in an 80s style leotard and leg-warmer get …

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Farewell Sport magazine

This month, we learned of the closure of Sport magazine. From the magazine’s debut issue back in September 2006 through to its final edition in February 2017, we, as readers, were never disappointed by the sheer breadth of sports covered …

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Chef leaves the kitchen, Root gets cooking

Alastair Cook was a very British captain. Solid, dependable, conservative, if perhaps a little uninspiring. A steady hand rather than a dashing innovator. Joe Root’s ascendancy to the England captaincy will show him to be a very different man. Root …

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Congratulations Andy! But who comes next?

The ‘Big Four’ of Murray, Djokovic, Federer and Nadal. The domination of Venus and Serena. Our very own home-grown talent seeing in the New Year as world number one. It is very hard not to view these times as the …

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Are we in for the closest title race in the Premier League for years?

We may have witnessed, without doubt, the most bizarre, unprecedented season in the history of the Premier League last year, but it was by no means the closest in terms of the race for the title. We saw the unthinkable …

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The Paradox of Personality in Sport

‘Remember to wear bright boots’ – often the final, seemingly-trivial piece of advice given to young footballers before heading to potentially life-changing club trials. Why? Amongst the throngs of budding fresh talent, it can be difficult for a player, sometimes …

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Gamesmanship dictating the need for media management

David Beckham was and to this day remains one of, if not the most iconic of all British sportsman. Not only that, but through his long and illustrious career in football he has earnt a fantastic reputation for himself, both …

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How Influential is the Behaviour of Sports Fans on the Outcome of an Event?

The 2016 Ryder Cup saw some of the best golf ever played at the competition, with the Reed v McIlroy and Mickelson v Garcia singles matches going to live long in the memory. The contest was somewhat marred, however, by …

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We try…Best’s Bootcamp

Whether its fashion, skincare or nutrition, consumer demands are driven by trends. The trends we see on the runways of London, Paris, New York and Milan will predictably influence what we buy on the high street. The latest trend in …

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Top Five Greatest Acts of Sportsmanship

Many of us were moved earlier this week when we saw Alistair Brownlee carrying his exhausted younger brother, Jonny, through the last stretch at the World Triathlon Series and then throwing him over the finish line. It was an amazing …

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