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The quality of a workout program can very much be predetermined by knowing about the creator of the program. The Max workouts program is created by Shin Ohtake who is not only a former competitive athlete and coach but also a chiropractic soft tissue therapist. He has also studied physiology and anatomy and holds a doctorate degree from Palmer Chiropractic College North California. >>Max Workouts ...

Basketball - NBA - Chicago-Bulls - Ben-Wallace
The Internet has a wealth of information on the world famous basketball player, Ben Wallace. In fact, there are certain is no shortage of websites dedicated to him. If you are looking for Ben Wallace pictures then you are in luck. Even just a quick search in Google images will reveal a considerable quantity of results. You will be able to find pictures of him, the teams he has ...

Basketball - NBA - Philadelphia-76ers - Allen-Iverson
Tattoos have never been more popular, however despite how many people have tattoos Allen Iversons tattoos are getting the young star a lot of unnecessary attention. A lot of people state that the young basketball star has gone too far with all the ink that he has over his body, but who are we to judge? The fact of the matter is Allen Iverson tattoos are on his body, ...

Basketball - NBA - Miami-Heat - Shaquille-ONeal
'Shaq' as he is more commonly known as affectionately amongst his vast array of fans, Shaquille O'Neal is one of the highest achievers in the world of Basketball having won no less than four NBA world championships. He is known especially for his enormous size, marked by his large shoe size of twenty-two. Shaquille O'Neal is now playing the team the Cleveland Cavaliers and earning an impressive salary of ...

Tennis - Rafael-Nadal
Nicnamed "Rafa" Rafael Nadal has set many of the world's "youngest" tennis playing records. This young man rose through the ranks of the professional tennis circuit so quickly that it has quite literally been like a "whirlwind'. He has enjoyed an extraordinary amount of wins, and this brief Rafael Nadal biography, takes us through just a few of these. Rafa is now ranked as the second best singles tennis ...

Golf - Cristie-Kerr
Cristie Kerr maintained a two-stroke lead after Round 3 of the U.S. Women's Open. Golfweek recaps all the action from Saucon Valley.

Basketball - NBA - San-Antonio-Spurs
George Hill impressive in Spurs summer league play:

Football - NFL - Baltimore-Ravens - Steve-McNair
Thousands turned out to say goodbye to Steve McNair in one of the biggest funerals in memory in his home state of Mississippi. He was shot and killed in a murder-suicide a week ago.

Fitness
Official Truth About Abs Homepage When it comes to physical health, people only trust ways and techniques that have been proven effective by experts and fellow health buffs alike.  And, undoubtedly, one of the most popular concerns in physical health is one's stomach / belly. A flat and lean stomach means a healthy and active lifestyle lived by the one who has it.  But for some who live ...

Golf
Official How To Break 80 Homepage There are basically two types of people when it comes to playing golf.  One type would be those who have been playing the game for quite some time now and think that they have mastered the right swinging techniques, play in the low or mid 80's but fail to break 80 every time.  The other type would be those who are aware that ...

Fitness
>>Official Vince Delmonte Fitness Homepage<< For some, toning the body is simply not enough.  Especially for men, body building has long been the "in" thing and it continues to be one of their most top obsessions.   Most of these men regularly go to the gym, religiously doing all their bench presses, dead lifts, arm extensions, and other muscle building routines.  Others who want to gain muscle on ...

Golf
>>Official Golf Swing Guru Homepage<< For those who play golf, they perfectly know that swinging here and swinging there without any technique won't do any good to your game.  To truly progress in this sport, one must master a good swinging technique.   And to learn how to deliver this consistent and accurate distance everytime you play golf, you can turn to Golfswingguru.com.  This website will show you ...

Soccer
>>Official Sports Betting Champ Homepage<< For those people who make big money out of betting on sports game results, knowing which team to rightfully bet on is the most important thing in their game.  Thus, companies that offer expert advice on these matters have gained popularity over the years with people who are much into sports betting. One of the few trusted in sports betting out there is ...

Golf
The International team was scrambling to stay in contention at the Presidents Cup as Saturday's afternoon four-ball matches got underway. After sweeping all five of the alternate-shot matches in the morning, the Internationals were leading in two matches, the U.S. side led in one while the remaining two matches were all square. Mike Weir of Bright's Grove, Ont. and partner Ernie Els jumped to a 1-up lead against Charles Howell and Lucas Glover after five holes. Vijay Singh and ...

Football - NCAA - Miami-Hurricanes
MIAMI (AP) _ Kyle Wright returned from an injury to throw a game-sealing touchdown pass to DajLeon Farr with 2:15 left, and Miami escaped an upset bid by Duke for the second straight year by beating the Blue Devils 24-14 on Saturday. Wright was 19-of-23 for 230 yards and two touchdowns for the Hurricanes (4-1, 1-0), who won their Atlantic Coast Conference opener for the first time in three years. Thad Lewis completed 18 of 27 passes ...

Soccer - England - Portsmouth
LONDON (AP) _ Benjani Mwaruwari scored a hat trick on Saturday to lead Portsmouth to a 7-4 win over Reading in the highest scoring match in the Premier League's 15-year history. Arsenal won 1-0 at West Ham to keep the lead of the standings from defending champion Manchester United, which won 1-0 at Birmingham. At Fratton Park, Reading goalkeeper Marcus Hahnemann made a string of saves but was still beaten seven times. Mwaruwari scored twice to put Portsmouth ...

Hockey - NHL - Los-Angeles-Kings
LONDON _ The Los Angeles Kings were the forgotten team here this week, shunted to the background as their Southern California rivals paraded the Stanley Cup around London. Maybe they got tired of playing second fiddle. Mike Cammalleri scored twice and rookie Jonathan Bernier sparkled in his first-ever NHL start as the Kings dumped the defending champion Anaheim Ducks 4-1 ...

Basketball - NBA - Minnesota-Timberwolves
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) _ The Minnesota Timberwolves have signed second-round draft pick Chris Richard. Terms of the contract were not disclosed Saturday. The six-foot-nine forward from Florida was the 41st overall selection in the 2007 draft. Timberwolves vice-president of basketball operations Kevin McHale said Richard will bring size and toughness to the team's frontcourt.

Golf - Tiger-Woods
MONTREAL (AP) _ Tiger Woods said Monday anyone who tests positive under golf's new drug policy should pay a steep price. ``Given our reputation in our sport, how honourable our sport is and always has been and will continue to be, I think that the penalty has got to be somewhat significant,'' Woods said in a conference call to announce the field for his Target World Challenge. The World Golf Foundation, comprised of major golf organizations around the ...

Golf
Every two years, the United States fields a team of 12 players who produce some of their best golf. In one of the most nervous moments of his career, Tiger Woods showed why he is the best clutch putter of his generation. Chris DiMarco, after an unlikely escape from an awkward stance in the bunker, holed a 15-foot putt that set off a celebration of raw emotion. Jim Furyk has never lost in singles. Young or old, ...

Baseball - Oakland-Athletics
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) _ Manager Bob Geren and second baseman Mark Ellis are staying with the Oakland Athletics for at least the near future. The A's picked up contract options for Geren and Ellis on Monday, locking up Geren through 2009 and Ellis for the 2008 season. Geren, who had extensive managerial experience in the minors and overseas and is a longtime friend of general manager Billy Beane, signed a two-year contract for his first managerial job ...

Water-Sports - Swimming
Tom Johnson has been named the head coach of Canada's swim team for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. The veteran coach has an extensive resume. He's been named to Canada's coaching staff for seven Olympic Games, nine world championships and eight Commonwealth Games and nationally his clubs have won 15 overall national team titles and 21 Canadian Interuniversity Sport titles. ``Tom has shown great leadership as head coach of the 2007 world championship team,'' Pierre Lafontaine, CEO and national ...

Baseball - Chicago-Cubs
CHICAGO (AP) _ Lou Piniella called upon decades of baseball knowledge when the Chicago Cubs were scuffling for the first two months. He watched intently, took mental notes and then started swapping out the parts. Finally, he used some theatrics to literally kick-start his team. Turns out, a dirt-kicking temper tantrum against umpire Mark Wegner on June 2 was just what the Cubs needed, whether it was premeditated or not, whether it was the old Lou resurfacing ...

Baseball - Minnesota-Twins
NEW YORK (AP) _ Minnesota Twins minor leaguer Eli Tintor was suspended for 50 games Monday following a positive test for a drug of abuse under the minor league program. The 22-year-old outfielder's suspension will take effect at the start of the 2008 season. There have been 27 suspensions this year under the minor league program and four under the major league drug plan. Tintor, of Hibbing, Minn., played for the class-A Beloit Snappers of the Midwest League. ...

Rugby - Canada
BORDEAUX, France _ Canada faces Japan at the Rugby World Cup on Tuesday with only pride at stake _ and the chance to preserve its record of having won at least once at every World Cup it has contested. ``I read that this morning,'' Japan's coach John Kirwan said of Canada's record. ``Like I said yesterday, they are a proud nation and a good rugby country.'' Canada and Japan have both been eliminated from Pool B, but ...

Football - NCAA - Ohio-State-Buckeyes
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) _ Remember all those great players Ohio State lost from last season's team? They're not missed as much as everyone thought. The Buckeyes routed Northwestern 58-7 Saturday to go to 4-0, successfully opening their defence of the Big Ten title they've won the last two years. ``It's a good start from a defensive standpoint, but there are always things you can get better at,'' linebacker James Laurinaitis said after Ohio State limited the Wildcats to ...

Golf
A hole-by-hole look at Royal Montreal's Blue Course, where the Presidents Cup will be played from Thursday to Sunday: 1st Hole, 444 yards, Par 4 A tough but indicative welcome to the Blue Course. The landing area on this uphill dogleg left is protected by bunkers on the left. The green narrows at the front and is also protected by sand, while a devilish slope at the back offers a range of difficult pin positions. 2nd Hole, 385 ...

Basketball - NBA - Golden-State-Warriors
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) _ The Golden State Warriors signed Troy Hudson on Monday, adding a veteran free-agent guard to their young roster. Hudson played 34 games last year in his fifth season with the Minnesota Timberwolves, who paid more than US$12 million to buy out his contract Aug. 3. He struggled with ankle injuries for nearly three years in Minnesota before getting stuck behind Mike James and Randy Foye on the bench last year. Golden State waived guard ...

Baseball - New-York-Yankees
NEW YORK (AP) _ The New York Yankees took a day off Monday. At least, that's how it looked. The Yankees' drive for a playoff spot paused, with Andy Pettitte falling behind early and a smallish crowd watching Toronto rookie Jesse Litsch pitch the Blue Jays to a 4-1 victory. New York could've clinched a post-season berth with a win, coupled with a Detroit loss later against Minnesota. Instead, the Yankees never quite woke up in their ...

Cycling
STUTTGART, Germany (AP) _ Spain's government and the national federation are not doing enough to contain cycling's drug culture, the leader of the sport's world governing body said Monday. ``The biggest problem we have in doping and cycling comes from Spain,'' UCI president Pat McQuaid said in an interview with The Associated Press. ``There seems to be a reluctance to completely clean the problem out in Spain.'' Speaking two days before the start of the world championships ...

Basketball - NBA - Seattle-SuperSonics
SEATTLE (AP) _ Seattle city officials filed a lawsuit Monday to keep the SuperSonics from leaving town. The lawsuit filed in King County Superior Court was a counter move to a Sonics' attempt to be released from their lease on KeyArena. According to the complaint, ``The Sonics promised to `play all home games ... exclusively''' at the arena at the Seattle Center through Sept. 30, 2010. ``The city, with the help of some fine lawyers, is standing up ...

Motorsports - NASCAR
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) _ The tension in this Chase for the championship was evident after the first pit stop at Dover, where title contender Tony Stewart angrily bumped Paul Menard because the rookie crowded him. By the time Round 2 was over, an incensed Denny Hamlin wanted to fight Kyle Petty after an on-track accident led to an off-track confrontation. Emotions nearly erupted at Dover International Speedway, where the top half of the Chase field left Sunday's race ...

Baseball
NEW YORK (AP) _ Major League Baseball set a record for total attendance and is on track to break its mark for average attendance. With one week left in the regular season, major league teams drew 76,215,082, the commissioner's office said Monday, topping last year's 76,042,787. The average of 32,710 was up four per cent from last year's final average of 31,423 and on pace to top the record of 31,632 set in 1994 before a strike ...

Basketball - NBA - New-York-Knicks
NEW YORK (AP) _ A Madison Square Garden executive who says New York Knicks coach Isiah Thomas showered her with profanities was unsparing in her own foul language to describe fellow executives, a former colleague testified Monday. John Cudmore, a senior vice-president of finance, told a federal jury that the executive, Anucha Browne Sanders, on numerous occasions referred to others with the f-word and ``bitch,'' a word she says Thomas frequently hurled at her. Cudmore was called as ...

Baseball - Philadelphia-Phillies
PHILADELPHIA (AP) _ A terrible start and a slew of injuries couldn't keep the Philadelphia Phillies out of the playoff race. For the third straight year, Philadelphia's post-season hopes will come down to the final week. Six games remain and each is at home. It's almost do-or-die every night, starting Tuesday against the Atlanta Braves. Can the Phillies finally end a 14-year playoff drought? Considering the obstacles they've overcome this season, anything is possible. This is a resilient ...

Baseball - Florida-Marlins
MIAMI (AP) _ Short on pitching all season, the Marlins are now looking for a pitching coach. The organization sought to retain Rick Kranitz for next season, but he wanted to explore other options, general manager Larry Beinfest said Monday. Kranitz won't be with the team for its final six games. Bullpen coach Steve Foster will be pitching coach for the final week. The rest of manager Fredi Gonzalez's staff will return next season, Beinfest said. Florida is last ...

Baseball - St-Louis-Cardinals - Albert-Pujols
ST. LOUIS (AP) _ One swing at a time, Albert Pujols closed in on another career milestone. Pinch-hitting success had the St. Louis Cardinals' star, hobbled by a strained left calf muscle, one RBI away from becoming the first player to get 100 RBIs in his first seven seasons entering Monday night's game against the Milwaukee Brewers. Pujols had missed five straight starts entering the team's season-ending seven-game trip, but went 2-for-2 with a bases-loaded walk and four ...

Soccer - Germany - Bayern-Munich
STUTTGART, Germany (AP) _ Energie Cottbus lost its last game and dropped to the bottom of the Bundesliga, then fired the coach. Now comes a trip to Bayern Munich. Maybe best to head straight for the Oktoberfest. Even in the best of times, there was not much for Cottbus to hope from a trip to the Bavarian capital. In four games against Bayern, the club has four defeats, with only two goals scored and 13 conceded. That record ...

Soccer - Spain - FC-Barcelona - Ronaldinho
MADRID, Spain (AP) _ Ronaldinho's muscle injury may be the least of his problems. The FC Barcelona midfielder has come under scrutiny after supposedly staying out late and breaking curfew, leading the Spanish media to doubt the legitimacy of the strain that will likely sideline him from the team's Spanish league game against Zaragoza on Wednesday. ``He spoke with the coach, who believed him,'' said Ronaldinho's brother and agent, Roberto de Assis. ``From here on, there's nothing more to ...

Soccer - England - Arsenal
LONDON (AP) _ Arsenal's move to a bigger stadium has paid off, with turnover increasing by almost 50 per cent to a club record 200.8 million pounds (C$406.6 million) and giving manager Arsene Wenger a healthy transfer budget. Arsenal Holdings PLC said Monday its record results, for the year ending May 31, came as a result of the move to the 60,400-capacity Emirates Stadium in July 2006. The Gunners had played at the 38,500-seat Highbury Stadium for the ...

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