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Biết Chelsea cần tiền Real nhảy vào hỏi mua Kante – KEO7M.COM XEM TRUC TIEP BONG DA HOM NAY TAI DAU EURO 2020. Bất chấp những khó khăn về tài chính, Real Madrid vẫn có thể phá két vì N’Golo Kante với mong muốn tăng cường lực lượng nơi hàng tiền vệ của mình. Real nối lại dự án Kante trị giá 71 triệu bảng web xem kèo bóng đá Lịch thi đấu, Kết quả, BXH Serie A trực tiếp bóng đá việt nam philippines Theo AS, Real sẵn sàng chi ra 71 triệu bảng cho Kante – mục tiêu họ đã theo đuổi từ thời anh còn chơi cho Leicester. Cơ sở để Real tin vào tính khả thi của thương vụ này là Chelsea đang rất cần tiền để tham gia vào TTCN. Được biết, chỉ với hai cái tên là Hakim Ziyech và Timo Werner, Chelsea đã tốn gần 100 triệu bảng. Chưa dừng lại ở đó, The Blues còn rất đam mê Kai Havertz và Bayer Leverkusen cương quyết không bán tiền vệ tấn công tài năng này với giá thấp hơn 75 triệu bảng. Bán Kante là thương vụ có lợi cho Blues Thực tế mà nói, Kante cũng không còn ở đỉnh cao phong độ với việc bị hành hạ liên tục bởi chấn thương trong 2 mùa giải gần đây. Nếu có thể bán cầu thủ 29 tuổi vào thời điểm này, đặc biệt là với giá cao, thì đó có thể xem là nước đi khôn ngoan của Chelsea. Về phần Real, từng có thông tin cho rằng Los Blancos có thể không tham gia TTCN hè này vì những khó khăn về tài chính. Real cần Kante Chelsea cần tiền Tuy nhiên, nếu có cơ hội bổ sung một nhân tố chất lượng như Kante cho hàng tiền vệ của mình, Real khó có thể bỏ qua. Kante sẽ đam lại sức mạnh, sự bền bỉ và khả năng kiểm soát tuyến giữa, việc dần khó khăn hơn với những cầu thủ ở bên kia sườn dốc sự nghiệp như Luka Modric hay đang cày ải quá nhiều như Casemiro và Toni Kroos. Bài viết cùng chuyên mục: Mu quá vui khi inter muốn có Sanchez Werner ra tối hậu thư cho Lữ Đoàn Đỏ Filip Nguyễn có màn trình diễn ấn tượng hy vọng được gọi vào ĐTQG VN Icardi và inter đứt tình đường ai đã nấy đi Nhận định của Gary Lineker làm dậy sóng MXH Klopp đã áp dụng công thức tổng hợp từ Ferguson và Mourinho Đồng nghiệp tại Juventus phải nể phục CR7 Tương lai của thần đồng Rashford đang rộng mở Lampard đã tìm được người kế thừa Hazard tại Chelsea Biết Chelsea cần tiền Real nhảy vào hỏi mua Kante
Top 9 Arguments in Cycling
One would think that cyclists would get along, given that we occupy such a small percentage of the population and share this hobby. However, that is not always the case. Many of us constantly bicker about things that divide us within the sport. Here are Merlin Cycles' 9 arguments made by cyclists: 1. Shimano vs Campagnolo It used to be that everyone with a decent bike had Campy. No other brand could touch their cycling heritage and prestige. Then Shimano came along in the 1980s and changed everything. Shimano quickly made revolutions in cycling technology and Campagnolo couldn't keep up. Shimano's STI were the biggest success, and Campy took a blow that they are still recovering from. It's said that you buy Campagnolo with your heart, and you buy Shimano with you brain. 2. Road Bikes Vs Mountain Bikes There used to be stereotypes (and they might still exist). Roadies are boring and stuck up, mountain bikers are juvenile delinquents. Now everyone seems to dabbling in all sorts of cycling disciplines. The real problem today is that there seems to be inter-disciplinary arguments like hardtail versus full suspension or sportive versus racer. 3. Mountain Bike Wheel Size You might remember the days when all mountain bikes had 26" wheels. Nowadays there are three different wheel sizes to choose from: the new guy on the block 27.5", original 26", and the big ol' 29". Every wheel size will have its fans. They will each hate the other wheel size as well. 4. Doping Most professional cyclists agree that taking performance enhancing drugs is wrong. But what if everyone else is doing it? Are you willing to put your career on the line and suffer through a moral dilemma because other people are cheating? 5. Canitlever or Discs This is mostly a debate with road cyclists. The mountain biking world gladly embraced disc brakes several years ago. Even the cyclocross would pretty much settled on disc brakes (at least the people who even use the brakes have settled on disc brakes). There are three types of people in this debate: pros, traditionalists, and normal people. Normal people want discs. Traditionalist don’t like anything since Hinault retired. Racers have genuine concerns over weight, frame stiffness and aerodynamics. 6. SPD vs Flats Although the Downhill MTB scene has a mild hoo-ha about riding clipless pedals or flat pedals, the real proper arguing about them goes on in the BMX racing world. The key point is that being able to control your BMX around a race course without having to be physically attached to your bike is one of the skills of BMX. SPDs are cheating. SPDs are faster though and it’s often those who cross the line first who make the rules. 7. Clincher, Tub, or Tubeless In the road and cyclocross world there’s the debate about tubular tires versus clincher tires. Racers and other obsessives use tubs (sealed air-filled sausages that you glue on to special rims). Mere mortal normal people use clinchers. Tubeless proponents are adamant that it’s worth the faff of setup and repair. Everyone else just puts an inner tube in and gets on with their life. 8. Steel vs Carbon vs Titanium vs Aluminum Steel is real and all that, it's also heavy. Carbon is incredibly light, but we've all seen some busted carbon. Titanium shows the best of both carbon and steel, but you're going to pay for it. And aluminum, well, it's relatively cheap. 9. Competition We are a competitive bunch, and sometimes that gets the better of us. Whether it's trying to drop a wheelsucker or training to take that KOM, competition fuels us a bit. Sometimes though, competition can be a form of argument where we become more rude than supportive of each other. Things like Strava (not that I don't use it but it) tends motivate you to beat the other guy. And don't get me started on people cheating on Strava.
Surf and Skate Part II
Surfing and skating go hand in hand. Skateboarding was originally known as street surfing. Over the years both sports have influenced each other. I've put together a few videos, well two cards worth, that showcase a part of the relationship. There is something here for everyone who longboards, shortboards or surfs. Watch each video and pay close attention to how they ride and what they are saying. Yeah, some repeat what another is saying or doing but you will find something new in each. Jay Adams, Larry Bertlemann and Buttons all speak about their influences and show in their riding or surfing how each influences the other. Check out Bertlemann's "Go Pro"from the 70's lol! There's instructions on pumping and carving from surfers and a history lesson on skateboard carving from Paul Riechele III. I threw in some carver boards just to show how surfing and skating have truly come together and to showcase a different style of board and trucks. If you love longboarding whether it's downhill, freeride, freestyle, cruising, carving, slalom or hitting the pools or ditches you can perfect your style by taking cues from surfers and skaters who surf. Speaking of style, these videos also spend a lot of time urging you to develop your own. Style is what makes your riding different from everyone else and is how many riders become sponsored. Style essentially comes from the soul of the surfer or skater. It can take years to truly master your own style and make it look steezy. The key is to learn all you can from every aspect of the sport, mold it into what you like the most and do it in a way that makes it your own. Oh and you'll see some excellent kick flips with 46 inch boards. Save those for your "regular"skater friends to watch and learn lol! Be yourself, and enjoy the ride.
6 Ways to Beat Your Sugar Habit
Sugar is essential whether you are out riding a bike, running, or working out. If provides us fuel and keeps us going. However, you don't need 23 teaspoons per day, which is how much sugar Americans consume on average. Consuming that amount of sugar is dangerous. It can lead to heart disease, hardened arteries, and many other adverse health conditions. Here are six great tips on beating your sugar addiction, written by Mike Rousell, Ph.D and author of The 6 Pillars of Nutrition. 1. Kick The Can Soda Soda is packed with added sugars. If you can't cut it out cold turkey then try this out. Replace regular soda with diet soda or a reduced calories/sugar-free version, it will reduce the sugar intake while still giving you a sugar fix. After a week of diet soda switch to seltzer water with a slice of citrus. Saves 10 tsp of sugar per day. 2. Sweeten Yogurt Naturally If you are a yogurt lover but you are trying to kick your sugar habit then here is some advice. Pre-made, fruit-on-the-bottom yogurts can sometimes contain up to 30 grams of sugar, much of it added. If you want a healthier snack, get plain sugar free yogurt and mix in some fruit like blueberries. Adding cinnamon can spice things up as well! Saves 2-4 tsp of sugar per day. 3. Snack on Whole Foods and Grains Cookies, candy bars, and even energy bars are not always healthy and usually packed with sugar. Instead, try to eat nuts, vegetables, and fiber-rich fruits (such as apples, pears and berries) or whole grains (even popcorn, plain of course). Saves 2-10 tsp of sugar per day. 4. Dilute Your Fruit Juice You may not know this, but fruit drinks account for about 10% of sugar in our diets. You can cut down drastically by adding equal amounts of water to your juice. This will effectively cut the sugars in half and soon you'll realize that normal juice is WAY too sweet! Saves 2-3 tsp of sugar per day. 5. Swap Out Your Cereal Cereal is notoriously filled with sugars. Put the Frosted Flakes and Fruit Loops back on the shelf, and go for steel-cut oats. You can stir in half a scoop of vanilla protein powder for a sweetness kick and you'll be adding about 10 grams of protein to your diet! Saves 2-4 tsp of sugar per day. 6. Pick Your Own Dessert You may love your chocolate cake or donuts, but they are really packed with sugars. Grilled fruit makes a fantastic desert. It will provide sweetness with a healthy does of fiber on top. Some great grilled fruit is peaches, grapefruit, and watermelon. Saves 2-10 tsp of sugar per day.
Love It Or Hate It: Would You Ever Skydive?
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