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Sport & Yoga

Monday, 12 September 2011 18:38

FIFA Wants To Fight Homophobia

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A few months after the female world cup took place, the governing body of international soccer announced that it will study homophobia in the sport.

Friday, 01 July 2011 16:07

FIFA Answered Homophobe Remark From Nigerian Coach

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It is currently the female football world cup and the FIFA said it was against the remarks of the Nigerian coach who said she was happy to not have lesbian in her team anymore.

Monday, 27 June 2011 16:31

No Lesbians Accepted In The Nigerian Football Team

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In Nigeria, the football (soccer) female team is very happy and in particular the coach Eucharia Uche because there is no more lesbians in the team.

Saturday, 26 February 2011 06:44

Back It Up

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There are times where I find myself wishing a perfect stranger would come up to me and quote Ron Burgundy as a pick up line: because then I’d have found “the one.” And lucky for you, after reading this article, having somebody approach you with the line: “You have...an absolutely breathtaking hiney," will be so commonplace the popular movie quote may lose most of it’s funny. Not all…because let’s be honest…it’s Anchor Man…it can never lose it’s funny. Basically what I’m trying to say here is: people are going to want to be friend’s with your backside after you put these poses into practice.

Thursday, 10 February 2011 04:52

It's All About the Middle

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You’ve learned how to breathe fully, open your hips, strengthen your shoulders, and now: tone that tummy.  And no, not because flat abs are hot and Dinah is coming up; but because a strong core also improves back and spine strength: helping to prevent lower back pain and injuries, as well as our posture.

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