Consumer Behaviour: Sports Spectation

“ 1).There are many key motives for sports spectation according to me. The sports fan motivation scale shows eight motivational factors: self esteem behavior, escape, eustress, entertainments, economic factor, aesthetic qualities, family need and group affiliation. in the reality, there is relationship between the spectator motivational factor and overall spectator involvement. in the entertainment factor, … Read more

FIFA 19: Top 5 Overrated Players

Since FIFA 19 is about to release, it’s high time we should start figuring out which players EA could have considered to be on top-of-the-line. Not to forget, EA has been disappointing us for a long time with its ratings, which are primarily based on reputation instead of skills, and if you’re a fan of … Read more

Lisa Leslie Biography

Lisa Leslie was born on July 7th 1972 in Gardena California to her mother Lauren Leslie a semi-professional basketball player. With two sisters Dionne who is five years older than Lisa and Tiffany who is eight years younger than Lisa. And one brother who is the basketball coach at Carondelet High School. During Lisa’s middle … Read more

Strength training for geriatric participants

As the aging person reaches the age of 60, muscle strength will begin to diminish rapidly. A 3-4 day per week strength training program will benefit the geriatric adult. Not only in day to day activities, such as standing from a seated position, walking, and grabbing of objects, but because of the chemical reactions in … Read more

OLD FIRM: clubs rivalry

The old firm is the collective name for the Scottish clubs rivalry. Celtic and rangers are both based in Glasgow, the origin of the term is unclear but may derive from the two clubs initial match which the commentators referred to the teams as like ‘to old firm friends’. The rivalry between the two clubs … Read more

Training Needs Analysis sources and benefits

The role of Performance Appraisals and other methods in identifying Training Needs There are various sources that can be used to determine organisational training needs. Some will be used to identify overall needs whereas others are more useful for identifying the needs of specific individuals, e.g. Performance Appraisals. Performance appraisal can significantly help in identifying … Read more

An Explanation of My Experiences in the 24 Hour Fitness Gym

This paper explains my experiences today in the 24 Hour Fitness Gym. The paper records all my experience in the gym ranging from my experiences of the people who were practising in the gym to the cardio equipment in the gym and the other exercise facilities there. The paper explains in vivid details all my … Read more

The Origin of Olympic Games

The Olympics was originally a religious festival that was important to the Ancient Greek history. Many sports in Greece are important because, they are played today. Popular Ancient Athletes are important for role models today. The Ancient Olympic games was a series of athletic competitions for representatives from city-states which started in 776 B.C. The … Read more

What is Halasana

Halasana is a combination of the Sanskrit words “hala” which means plow and asana which means posture. Halasana or plow pose is an asana and it gets its name from the plow which is a popular farming tool used in Indian culture to prepare soil for sowing crops. This pose has been given this name … Read more

Physics in figure skating

“You have to do the opposite of what people expect. How else will you surprise them?”-Victor from the Japanese Anime Yuri on Ice. As the quote depicts sometimes to learn and enjoy something more you have to do the unexpected. This chance to explore one of my favorite sports through physics and connect to even … Read more

Lewis Harrison: biography, workout and nutrition

Lewis Harrison is a fitness athlete and model. He is 27 years old and comes from a small town known as Kendall, England. He is a twin brother of Owen Harrison who is also a fitness model with him. They are famous and known as Harrison Brothers. When Lewis Harrison was a teenager, he used … Read more

Yoga and Pregnancy

Pregnancy and birth is the largest emotional and physical change that a woman’s’ body will undergo. It is a time of great change where women become more aware of the workings of their body, and as the baby grows in the womb, the extra weight results in an altered center of gravity and postural changes … Read more

Breaking Down the Extreme Sport of Surfing

You can’t stop the waves but you can always learn to surf. Surfing is more than just a sport; it’s a perfectly balanced relationship between humans and the immense power of nature. The seemingly infinite amount of combinations of boards and wave types makes for a unique connection between the massive ocean and tiny humans … Read more

The Origin of Golf

Golf dates back to the time of Julius Caesar. Although it was not the golf that is played today, it was a similar game. They played by striking a feather-stuffed ball with club-shaped tree branches. Golf was also traced back to the Song Dynasty in China during the years 960 to 1279. The games of … Read more

Physic Behind A Curveball In Soccer

More than 240 million people around the world play soccer regularly according to the Federation Internationale de Football Association. The game has evolved from kicking a rudimentary animal-hide ball around into the World Cup sport it is today. Researches, trace soccer’s discovery to  more than 2,000 years ago in ancient China. Greece, Rome, and parts … Read more

Seven Bowling Tips

Bowling is a very interesting sport. It does not require that you be a professional to be able to play this game. However, there are etiquettes that should be considered when playing bowling so that bowlers will learn how to properly play the game and enjoy it at the same time. Here are a few … Read more

Serena Williams biography

Born in 1981 in Saginaw, Michigan, Serena Williams began intensive tennis training at age 3. She won her first major championship in 1999 and completed the career Grand Slam in 2003. Along with her individual success, Serena has teamed with sister Venus Williams to win a series of doubles titles. In 2017, she defeated her … Read more

How Golf Swing Relies On Muscles And Joints

Golf swing is a sports motion that that involves a gyratory action of the body that generates force used to hit the ball. The force travels through the hands arms and the club shaft to reach the ball (Gryc, Zahalka, Maly, Mala&Hrasky, 2015). The anatomy of a golf swing is important for various reasons. The … Read more

Biography of Paul Morphy

Paul Morphy had everything necessary for success that one could think of. He had a wealthy family, was a hard worker, had an astounding mind, and was well liked by nearly all the people he knew. Yet throughout his life he was met with failure and sadness. His near perfect circumstances and tumultuous final year … Read more

Messi vs Ronaldo

Never before has there been such dissent in the soccer world. Ask any fan, any expert, anyone who their favorite is, who they believe is better or simply who they prefer, and you will never, ever reach consensus. It is the never-ending argument that speaks volumes and goes beyond the sport. When the best Spanish … Read more

Importance of Sports and Games

Games and amusements are critical for us. They keep us sound and fit. They offer us a change from the dullness of day by day life. It is a helpful methods for amusement and physical action. Games and recreations help in character building. They give us vitality and quality. Games and amusements are methods for … Read more

A Company Overview of WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment)

The company brand known as the WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) is headed by CEO Vincent Kennedy McMahon with its main service being “Sports Entertainment” specifically superstars/wrestlers. Due to the corporation multidiverse talent, the WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) has several products which include but are not limited to clothing and apparel, WWE dvd’s (Blue Rays), shoes, … Read more

Neymar: The Heir To Ronaldinho

Majestic with a soccer ball, Ronaldinho is considered by many to be the greatest player of his generation and one of the best in football history. Not everybody could replicate what he did with a ball on the football pitch. However, his compatriot, Neymar Jr, might just be following the same footsteps in his journey … Read more

An Overview of the Origin of Swimming

Written records of swimming date back to near 2000 BC, however, nowhere are strokes or techniques mentioned, children were simply taught to swim. A record from between 2160 BC and 1780 BC from an Egyptian nobleman says “his children took swimming lessons with the king’s children” (Colwin 4). In addition, many passages from the Biblical … Read more

Frank Sinatra’s Early Life

Frank Sinatra Lately, Frank Sinatra has been termed as the entertainer of the 20th century due to his impact in the entertainment industry worldwide. Often Sinatra has been termed as a peerless singer, tireless lover, business mogul, a few moments’ accomplishments as an actor and an associate of infamous as well as powerful people. Sinatra … Read more

Chess is more than a game; it’s a philosophy

I looked up at my opponent over the maple and mahogany battlefield covered with kings, queens, and knights after half an hour of silent contemplation. Fallen soldiers – discarded in the heat of battle – were strewn across the sides of the table. Staring back at me was the most experience strategist in my home … Read more

When Was Skateboarding Invented?

When was Skateboarding invented Skateboarding was invented in the late 1940s and 1950s. Skateboards were first created with wooden boxes or boards with roller skating wheels connected to the bottom and many people wanted to do something when the waves were flat so they invented a skateboard and called it sidewalk surfing and it became … Read more

Psycological Theories Of Arousal In Sports

The Catastrophe theory is a severe version of the inverted U theory. At first, an athlete is under-aroused meaning that they are distracted and not aware of their surroundings. Then they are at optimum level of arousal meaning that they are performing at their best. If the athlete then became over-aroused there would be a … Read more

Why cricket is better than football

I am writing an article for a sports magazine called Sports Daily and they have asked me to write about why cricket is better than football for their which sport is better section. Whenever it comes to sports it doesn’t matter where you live in this world, this question is always asked. Which is better … Read more

How Attentional Focus Can Affect Sports Performance

I am now going to review how attentional focus can impact sports performance. Attentional cues are information you take in whilst competing. There are two types of attentional cues, relevant cues and irrelevant cues. Relevant attentional cues include making sure you team mates are in position and making sure the position of the ball is … Read more

Trenbolone acetate effects

Trenbolone, an esterified form of testosterone, caused Frank’s testicles to shrink because the steroid trenbolone produces three times the effects of testosterone, making the body appear larger and performing certain roles of the testosterone, yet lacking the actual testosterone needed for the body to properly function. Since the testosterone was replaced by the trenbolone, sperm … Read more

Sports Psychology

Personality is thought to impact sport performance. There are several theories which help us believe that personalities have an effect on how sport performers handle sport. It is how we see if sports impact us is by doing different tests to see what categories we fall in to. This can allow us it tell if … Read more

Effect of Kayakalpa Yoga on alpha Melanocyte Stimulating Hormone

Abstract: Background: Alpha-Melanocyte Stimulating Harmone (MSH) also called intermedin or melanotropin, derived from a protein known as proopiomelanocortin (POMC) and secreted primarily by the Pitutary gland. MSH is responsible for inducing melanocytes to produce pigment called Melanin which is responsible for pigmentation in the skin, hair and eye. Skin being largest and most visible organ … Read more