Enthusiasts Lahm on Magath: “Demonstrating power” with hard training
2021 Yamaha Tracer 9 GT First Look Preview
Introducing Yamaha’s all-new Tracer 9 GT sport-tourer.But it’s the electronic trickery that will really set the Tracer 9 GT apart when it bows in March. First, it will get a version of the R1′s six-axis IMU, which will send a constant stream of data including forward, backward, up and down acceleration, as well as pitch, roll, and yaw angles. All those numbers will be used to control the bike’s traction control, brake control, slide control, and wheelie control systems.
Former Bayern captain Philipp Lahm has criticized his ex-trainer Felix Magath. “It is difficult to say whether he had a game idea”, wrote the soccer world champion from 2014 in his book “The game: The world of soccer”, from which “Bild” (Tuesday) quotes. “In any case, he placed great emphasis on the physical performance of his players, but also gave the impression that, through the rigors of his training methods, he wanted to demonstrate power in order to exercise control. I am unable to judge whether it also made sense to let people run up the Wallberg again and again. "
Magath won the championship and the DFB Cup as coach of FC Bayern Munich in 2005 and 2006. In January 2007, the club separated from him.
General Electric employees in Bercy and the National Assembly to make their voices heard
© Sipa A delegation of striking General Electric employees, coming from the Villeurbanne and Saint-Priest (Rhône) sites, will be received on Tuesday morning at Bercy. They are waiting for the intervention of Bruno Le Maire, the Minister of the Economy, to avoid the social plan which threatens them. "We have to go to Paris to make ourselves heard." CGT delegate Serge Paolozzi and around sixty striking employees from the General Electric sites of Saint-Priest and Villeurbanne (Rhône) will be rece
Gallery: Klinsmann in Munich - in the end there is chaos (sport1.de)
Why Your Kid Will Learn To Ride A Bike Sooner On A Balance Bike .
First off, they're not that great at training anything.If you learned to ride a bike back in the ’80s or early ’90s, you probably took the standard progression. It went: tricycle, training wheels, and then bruised and bloody limbs on a newly 2-wheeled pain machine. But there is increasing debate that training wheels should go the way of the penny-farthing. What replaces them? The balance bike. Check out the argument (which doesn’t include any mention of how crashing builds character, you pansy).