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New rugby warm-up regime can halve number of injuries

Having this strong evidence behind the programme, we hope that coaches appreciate the importance of it. Steve Grainger, RFU development director<p>A series of exercises performed before rugby matches can dramatically reduce injury, according to a benchmark study that the game’s coaches hope will rebut …

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The Workout That Turns Your Body Into a Ripped Machine

Think your workouts are hard? Try going a few rounds with the top trainers and elite fighters on Thailand’s gym road<p>Johnny Cash is burning.<p>The almost-life-size portrait of the singer tattooed on Alan Belcher’s left arm roasts in the midday heat, but the UFC champ hardly notices as he leans on the …

How to Handle a Miscarriage | The Art of Manliness

<b>Expect a rollercoaster</b> ride.<p>That’s all I can say. Climb into the car near the front of the rows, buckle your seatbelt, then grip the chrome handle in …

Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night (Or How to Grow Older Disgracefully)

<i>“Do not go gentle into that good night,<br>Old age should burn and rave at close of day;<br>Rage, rage against the dying of the light.”</i><p><i>- Dylan Thomas</i><p><b>I don’t</b> …

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Grease The Groove (GTG) For Greater Strength [Training for Life] • Zach Even-Esh

<b>Grease The Groove is a technique I learned many years ago when reading a book from Pavel, Power To The People.</b><p>Essentially, you perform an exercise of …

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How to Be a Gentleman From Head to Toe: The Anatomy of Etiquette | The Art of Manliness

<i>Editor’s note: There are a lot of ways to categorize the rules of etiquette: business, dinner, conversational, and so on. One of my favorite old</i> …