Consequences: “Waiting so long to make a decision can cause problems for next season. It’s not that we have a very long summer vacation and we can postpone everything. I would regret stopping early after such a good season, but if you avoid problems for next year, It must be done. “How you wear insulation: “I’m not used to being at home. It’s the first time since I was 14 years old that I spend days at home. Normally, as always, you have that daily routine and the equipment you work with. Now you don’t see those people anymore I miss that contact. “training: “I recently bought a treadmill, with which I do six or seven kilometers a day. I spend a lot of time with my children and I see that they get very close to each other because they have to be entertained. That is nice and the most important thing is that everyone is healthy. “Coronavirus: “In my house there were symptoms two weeks ago. First my little son was sick, then the oldest and then my wife. We have no idea if they had the coronavirus, but we isolated ourselves and now we are all back.” Kevin de Bruyne has given an interview in the Belgian media HLN in which he has talked about the possibility of not playing again this season. The Manchester City midfielder does not rule out that option and, in fact, considers it to be the most correct in case returning is a problem for next season. Competition return: “I don’t know if we will continue playing. Also in England they want to wait as long as possible to make a decision. But as a footballer that is not so evident. Being inactive for six weeks usually requires a preparation of three or four weeks. If we restart immediately, all the players will be in the infirmary after some matches. That may not be their intention, but there is a lot of money involved … “.
Along with these three programs, the club also offers drop in classes, where anyone interested in participating is welcome to attend, work out with the coaches and use any of the gym’s equipment. This drop in class is not only for gymnasts; a group of snowboarders use the facility to train while there is a lack of snow on the ground.Erin Hipkiss, the club’s Recreational Coordinator, says with all the exciting programs the club’s popularity has been growing substantially. She attributes its growing attraction to a very successful summer program, which has carried over into this year.Hipkiss also spoke about the future plans for the gymnastic program, which look very promising as the club will be getting a new coach from Russia, Andrey Bekov, who has an impressive history in the sport, and currently is training some of the Junior National team.She says all of these unique experiences offered through the club are its way of “redefining what happens in the building.”Advertisement This year, the facility is offering a wide array of programs designed to cater to all levels of gymnasts, as well as all demographics interested in physical activity.Aside from regular gymnastic lessons, some of the programs offered through the club include Gymnaestrada, a combination of gymnastics and dance.Another popular choice the club’s boot camps, hour long training sessions where participants take part in a variety of exercises using the gymnastic equipment, designed for cardio, weight loss and strength training, but delivered in a fun and exciting atmosphere.- Advertisement -Currently, the club is in its third week of its boot camp program, which runs until Dec. 17 and starts up again after the New Year. The program runs Tuesdays and Thursday from 9-10 a.m. and costs $220 for the full four months. Anyone interested is encouraged to come try the program. The club is offering a first free class to get a taste of what is involved.The facility also offers a day care program for class participants, where children are supervised in a room with some of the club’s coaches.The program now offers a unique, new program called Parkour, an activity where the participant uses speed and gymnastics to creatively manoeuvre through their environment. The sport has become increasingly popular over the past few years, and is even being considered being added as an event at the X-Games.Advertisement
Jammu and Kashmir fast bowler Mehjoor Ali Sofi has been issued the No Objection Certificate (NOC) needed to get a visa to play in county cricket in England following intervention from the state chief minister Mehbooba Mufti.The 25-year-old was earlier denied the NOC by Iqbal Shah, general secretary, Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA), on May 3 because of alleged internal politics in the state board.However, the budding player was issued the document on Saturday after the CM’s intervention.An official in the Chief Minister’s Office (CMO) said the personal intervention of Mufti led to the cricketer getting the document.”As soon as the chief minister came to know about it, she intervened in the matter and ensured that Sofi is not denied an opportunity to further his career in England,” the official said.He said that the chief minister was keen that the cricketer should play in county cricket and made sure he got the necessary document.”She asked us to help and support Sofi in every possible way to make him realise his dream,” the official said.”I got the NOC from JKCA after chief minister Mehbooba Mufti personally intervened in the matter,” Sofi told PTI in Srinagar.The cricketer, who has represented Jammu and Kashmir in one Ranji Trophy, four List A and five T20 matches, said that he was called by the CMO for a meeting on Saturday at her residence in Gupkar area in Srinagar.”I went there and met her staff. I gave them a full account of what had happened, after which they called up JKCA president and state sports minister Imran Reza Ansari. The JKCA president told me to get the letter from the JKCA office.advertisement”I reached the JKCA office along with the chief minister’s personal assistant who asked the general secretary to issue the NOC without delay, which he did,” Sofi said.He said that after receiving the NOC, he had a meeting with the chief minister, who also issued a visa recommendation letter addressed to the British High Commission in New Delhi.”The Chief Minister assured me of all help,” Sofi said.The cricketer was invited by chairman of Easton Tigers Cricket Club to play as an overseas amateur player during the 2016 English season commencing on Sunday. It will go on until September 4.Sofi said the chief minister told him that the government would help talented youngsters in the state.”She told me that her government stands for extending help to the youth in achieving their dream. She also issued a recommendation letter addressed to the High Commission for my visa,” the pacer said.Sofi would leave for Delhi on Monday.(With PTI inputs)