Top 5 / Top 10 54 // 31 Aug 2018, 10:43 IST SHARE Love handles or muffin tops, they are never what we can come to peace with. No wonder, the moment we start exercising, the first thing that we aim for is this. It can be tricky to get rid of love handles but we spell it out for you.These simple exercises to lose love handles are sure to help you out with the problem and the results will be there for you. And you know what the best part is? It is just not the love handle you are working at. You are indirectly targeting your abs, as well.Get all the latest Ab Workout Tips only at Sportskeeda.However, you must remember that your diet has a huge impact on your results too. So be careful with what you eat and increase your water intake. Also, apart from these workouts to get rid of love handles, you should also do a cardio workout which can really speed up the process. So include a 30-minute brisk walk to your schedule.Apart from the exercises mentioned … [Read more...] about 7 Proven Ways To Get Rid Of Love Handles
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The recent break in the weather has brought an abrupt end to the heatwave in this country, but with India in town and more hot, dry days forecast, England know one factor may go a long way towards deciding the centrepiece of the cricketing summer. While Edgbaston, the venue for Wednesday’s first Test, isn’t renowned for assisting spinners, the fact the final two matches will be played at the Ageas Bowl and the Oval, perhaps following a second spell of dry weather, means spin could play a massive part in deciding the series. “If there’s a bit of help for our spinners then I am sure we will be in a position in the series to hurt them,” said former India batsman Sachin Tendulkar last week. “That will be a critical factor.” Read more: Chris Tremlett: England should resist recalling Adil Rashid for India Tests As ever, India have a reputation which precedes them. The world’s No1 Test side not only boast a formidable batting line-up, which … [Read more...] about England v India: How the hosts have used the Merlyn bowling machine to get to grips with spin bowling
One of the topics I am often asked about is how to get your kids to sleep. Our children’s sleep is not only important to them because it is crucial to their overall health, growth and development but also paramount for us parents. If your child is not sleeping well, neither are you. Adults need sleep as much as our babies do and when our kids are not getting enough, everyone suffers.My son is a great sleeper. By six months old , after a few setbacks and revised strategies, copious research and expert advice, Killian was napping twice a day and sleeping 11 to 12 hours straight through the night. At 21 months old, he now naps once a day for about three hours and continues to sleep around 11 hours without waking at night. I often wonder about nature vs. nurture. Does Killian’s chill personality contribute to his restful sleep? Probably. But I also know that my husband and I have something to do with it, too.When I am asked by parents whose children are fighting nap time or … [Read more...] about How to get your little one to nap and sleep through the night
Who to know -- and which schools are recruiting which players -- at the biggest event on the summer recruiting calendar by Matt Norlander @MattNorlander 53s ago • 12 min read Red-eye flights, erratic basketball, $300 roster packets, back-bruising bleacher seating and 60-degree gyms. Welcome, again, to college basketball's ever-critical July evaluation period. In addition to accruing hearty amounts of Marriott points, college coaches will spend 15 of the next 19 days recruiting and bird-dogging for their futures. The live window for recruiting begins Wednesday at 5 p.m. (local time) across the country, meaning that college coaches are allowed to go to games and watch prospects. (They cannot talk to them at these tournaments, however.) The center of the recruiting solar system will as always be at the (recently renovated) Riverview Park Activities Center in North Augusta, South Carolina. The Nike EYBL's annual Peach Jam is the … [Read more...] about College basketball recruiting 2018: The top players to know and best games to follow at Peach Jam
0 of 7 Layne Murdoch/Getty Images If you're comparing NBA free agency this summer to 2016, then the answer to the question "who's getting screwed?" is simple. Everyone. Everyone is getting screwed. Money is in short supply, largely because so many owners overspent two years ago. Players who once could have chosen between several offers of eight-figure annual salaries are now stuck fighting over the taxpayer's mid-level exception worth $5.3 million. On top of that, luxury-tax concerns could prevent some teams from even using their MLEs. It's rough out there. We can't be too sympathetic for free agents who've willingly entered into the market when they didn't have to. Their agents should have made it clear that declining player options or turning down reasonable offers to reach free agency in 2018 was a risk. The current financial climate was easy to see coming. In addition to players who somehow misjudged the market, some have been wronged by circumstances beyond their control. … [Read more...] about Who Is About to Get Screwed in NBA Free Agency?