Rest day – Satgtu http://satgtu.org/ Sat, 22 Jan 2022 18:14:58 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://satgtu.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2021-06-24T184312.205-150x150.png Rest day – Satgtu http://satgtu.org/ 32 32 What Hilton’s Five Feet to Fitness wellness-focused rooms look like https://satgtu.org/what-hiltons-five-feet-to-fitness-wellness-focused-rooms-look-like/ Sat, 22 Jan 2022 14:34:26 +0000 https://satgtu.org/what-hiltons-five-feet-to-fitness-wellness-focused-rooms-look-like/ I’ve stayed in Hilton’s wellness-focused rooms called Five Feet to Fitness. The rooms included over 200 guided workout tutorials and plenty of exercise equipment. The Hilton Room is ideal for fitness fanatics and business travelers. Loading Something is loading. Hilton has a solution for fitness fanatics who can’t rest even on vacation. Over the past […]]]>
  • I’ve stayed in Hilton’s wellness-focused rooms called Five Feet to Fitness.
  • The rooms included over 200 guided workout tutorials and plenty of exercise equipment.
  • The Hilton Room is ideal for fitness fanatics and business travelers.

Hilton has a solution for fitness fanatics who can’t rest even on vacation.

Over the past five years, select Hilton properties have included Five Feet to Fitness, an “in-room wellness concept” that offers 11 different fitness machines and exercise tools just steps from a guest’s bed .

Rooms, which are available at Hilton properties in Atlanta, San Francisco, Shanghai, and more, come equipped with an exercise bike, medicine balls, light dumbbells, bands, TRX ropes , yoga blocks and other supplies.

The setup includes a giant TV filled with tutorials on how to use all the equipment and guided workouts for yoga, high-intensity interval training, cycling, boxing and


meditation

.

Insider reporter Allana Akhtar stays at Hilton's new wellness-themed room, Five Feet to Fitness

Hotels like Hilton are riding the $639 billion wellness tourism trend.

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It’s Hilton’s response to the travel industry by introducing new features to take advantage of the $639 billion “wellness tourism” trend, or wealthy travelers’ interest in wellness-focused retreats. personal care, health and spirituality.

In 2019, the Four Seasons launched Sensei Lanai, a relaxation resort offering wellness consultations and sensory walking meditation. Marriott will offer wellness-focused suites, with deep soaking tubs, bath salts and wood decor, at its renovated Newport Beach location

I stayed at Hilton’s Five Feet to Fitness room in the DoubleTree in Newark, New Jersey to see how good they made me feel. Here’s how it was.

Constant motivation to move

Upon entering, I was immediately impressed with the selection of different tools. Hotel gyms I’ve stayed in usually don’t have TRX bands and guided workouts like Five Feet to Fitness gyms do.

With weights between 5 and 18 pounds, the setup was geared more toward light strength training and might not appeal to clients accustomed to heavier weights and more intense reps.

Insider reporter Allana Akhtar stays at Hilton's new wellness-themed room, Five Feet to Fitness

All Five Feet to Fitness rooms are equipped with exercise bikes.

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Although the setup can be stressful for people who don’t want to work out on vacation, I consider exercise to be a mental health treatment. After struggling with


depression

and anxiety for years, training constantly has given me a relief that I find difficult to shake off on long trips.

Business travelers might also benefit from having exercise equipment so close to them. Frequent business travelers were more likely to report poor self-rated health, no physical activity and trouble sleeping, according to Harvard Business Review. Five Feet to Fitness rooms can provide a place to work out late at night when hotel gyms may close.

Hilton said the Five Feet to Fitness rooms are ideal for “road warriors, exercise enthusiasts and wellness aspirants who want to maintain their fitness regimen, even on the road.”

Insider reporter Allana Akhtar stays at Hilton's new wellness-themed room, Five Feet to Fitness

Five Feet to Fitness rooms include over 200 exercise tutorials and classes.

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I decided to train in two different ways: a guided cycling class with the exercise bike and a high-intensity interval circuit using the other equipment in the gym.

The exercise bike was easily adjustable, but I had trouble moving heavy equipment to face the TV.

The bike itself was high quality, but I found the tutorial a bit distracting due to the playlist on the right side of the screen. The tutorial programmed 15-second breaks between videos in a playlist, instead of having a single 30-minute video with non-stop cycling. I ended up ditching the video and riding the bike on my own for half an hour.

Insider reporter Allana Akhtar stays at Hilton's new wellness-themed room, Five Feet to Fitness


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I was distracted by the giant, comfy bed

Although my plan was to move on to another workout immediately, I found myself sucking at the giant bed five feet away from me as I worked out on the exercise bike.

I decided to lie down immediately after riding my bike and stayed in bed for an hour, maybe a little longer than I should have.

Insider reporter Allana Akhtar stays at Hilton's new wellness-themed room, Five Feet to Fitness

I was seduced by the giant bed near the exercise bike.

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Even though I wanted to call it a day, the exercise equipment right next to me made it hard for me to find excuses not to work out.

I pulled out a medicine ball, dumbbells, weighted sandbags, bosu ball, and the TRX band and went into my HIIT circuit.

Insider reporter Allana Akhtar stays at Hilton's new wellness-themed room, Five Feet to Fitness


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Although yoga mats are supposed to be in the Five Feet to Fitness locations, the Newark venue did not have yoga mats. I found my socks slipping on the hardwood floor and I didn’t have much room for the carpet.

My favorite thing about the Hilton facility was the privacy I had. I usually train in gyms, where I can’t loudly sigh “I don’t want to do this anymore” or “I hate this” in the middle of my sets. But in the privacy of a hotel room, I could count out loud and complain as I pleased.

Insider reporter Allana Akhtar stays at Hilton's new wellness-themed room, Five Feet to Fitness


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Wish the room had more wellness offerings outside of fitness

In the morning, I did a guided meditation tutorial. It was actually a full video, not just a playlist, so I found it easy to follow.

I don’t normally meditate, but the tutorial was a great way to clear my mind before starting my day.

But aside from the meditation class and the foam roller, the Five Feet to Fitness rooms consisted mostly of fitness equipment. The rooms were supposed to come with Biofreeze muscle pain wipes, but the Newark site didn’t.

I would like the rooms to offer a massage chair, adjustable beds, natural light lamps or any other wellness product.

That being said, I really enjoyed the Five Feet to Fitness room. I think the rooms are a perfect option for people like me, who find it hard not to work out on vacation, and business travelers who can’t easily exercise in hotels.

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How ‘Playoff P’s; The offseason produced the Bengals’ most famous interception; D-Line Rookie Day; Taylor won’t be carded to AFC title game if Bengals win https://satgtu.org/how-playoff-ps-the-offseason-produced-the-bengals-most-famous-interception-d-line-rookie-day-taylor-wont-be-carded-to-afc-title-game-if-bengals-win/ Fri, 21 Jan 2022 01:02:46 +0000 https://satgtu.org/how-playoff-ps-the-offseason-produced-the-bengals-most-famous-interception-d-line-rookie-day-taylor-wont-be-carded-to-afc-title-game-if-bengals-win/ Linebacker Germaine Pratt, author of the most famous interception in Bengals history (because it was in the playoffs), never has anything to buy when he’s in Cincinnati for the rest of his natural life. . But Pratt, a father of two babies aged two and under, doesn’t get out much. If he did, however, he […]]]>

Linebacker Germaine Pratt, author of the most famous interception in Bengals history (because it was in the playoffs), never has anything to buy when he’s in Cincinnati for the rest of his natural life. .

But Pratt, a father of two babies aged two and under, doesn’t get out much. If he did, however, he believes he would be recognized even though he only became a regular on every try a few weeks ago, around the middle of his third season.

“There are times I’m going to come out and be recognized, but I’m a family man,” Pratt said this week. “My daughter and I keep a pretty low profile.”

He could have described his “Athletes Anonymous” defense, which spent the week preparing for the public on Saturday (4:30 p.m. – Cincinnati Local 12) with Titans running back Derrick “King”, Henry in the division AFC in Nashville.

Prior to last Saturday’s Wild Card win over the Raiders, the defense turned down head coach Zac Taylor’s offer to be announced as a starter. The idea is that the record-breaking crowd at Paul Brown Stadium would be more pissed off with the introduction of the easily recognizable single-digit numbers and plenty of accomplishments from No. 1 Ja’Marr Chase and No. 9 Joe Burrow.

“It doesn’t matter to me. Get the crowd moving. They know who they are. They should know who they are,” said Pratt, who found time to call himself ‘Playoff P’ , the week before his first postseason game.

“We won the draw. We got onto the pitch first. That’s what matters.”

Thanks to Pratt’s interception with 12 seconds left at the Raiders 2, the Bengals’ defense was also the last off the field, not counting Burrow’s kneeling, and his pick kicked off a still-ongoing black-and-orange celebration. in Cincinnati.

“That’s what good defense is,” Pratt said. “All 11 guys work together to make a play and the team comes first.”

Pratt’s No. 57 had plenty of play in the highlights. It was a game he might not have played on the court in the first two years of his career. And if he was, he probably couldn’t have made it.

Linebackers coach Al Golden knew going into this training camp that Pratt was his most improved player. When he saw Pratt slip past Raiders wide receiver Zay Jones for his second career interception for the latest Wild Card shuffle, Golden knew where it all began.

Watch the tape and there’s Pratt, falling into what Golden calls “a matchy zone.” Pratt sees Jones outside to his left. There he does what he’s learned, looking over his outside shoulder and dipping his hips as he reads quarterback Derek Carr’s eyes.

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Chappell-Hadlee series dies down amid New Zealand quarantine concerns https://satgtu.org/chappell-hadlee-series-dies-down-amid-new-zealand-quarantine-concerns/ Wed, 19 Jan 2022 02:12:35 +0000 https://satgtu.org/chappell-hadlee-series-dies-down-amid-new-zealand-quarantine-concerns/ Quarantine requirements and New Zealand border controls have seen the Chappell-Hadlee ODI series and a T20 match postponed indefinitely, it was confirmed today. Australia and New Zealand were due to play three ODIs on January 30 and February 2 and 5, and a single T20 match on February 8. This is the third summer in […]]]>

Quarantine requirements and New Zealand border controls have seen the Chappell-Hadlee ODI series and a T20 match postponed indefinitely, it was confirmed today.

Australia and New Zealand were due to play three ODIs on January 30 and February 2 and 5, and a single T20 match on February 8.

This is the third summer in a row that Australia and New Zealand have postponed white ball matches due to the COVID-19 pandemic, meaning there is currently no international schedule of a day for the Australian men’s team this summer.

A change in position by the New Zealand government to impose a mandatory 10-day quarantine in response to the Omicrom wave of COVID-19 infections meant that Cricket New Zealand could not guarantee that Black Caps players would be allowed back in. the country.

The series was due to make the final visit to retired New Zealand great Ross Taylor, who signed Test cricket earlier this month in spectacular fashion with a wicket on his last ball.

Australia currently remain scheduled to play a three-game T20 series in New Zealand between March 17-20. It remains to be seen whether this streak will continue, which, should the current restrictions remain in place, would mean the unpleasant prospect of 10 days. in quarantine for a four-day tour.

CA and New Zealand officials had discussed the possibility of rescheduling those matches on Australian soil to push back the date the Black Caps would seek to return home in hopes of either an easing of restrictions or a increased availability in overcrowded managed isolation locations across the country. and quarantine system (MIQ).

NZC chief executive David White said: “As we now know, the advent of Omicron caused a change of heart from the New Zealand government, resulting in the imposition of a lockdown period. mandatory 10-day isolation for all incoming travellers.

“NZC and CA had explored a proposal to extend the tour and push back the date when the team could return to New Zealand in the hope that this might be more feasible for the government.

“Unfortunately we were advised this morning that they could not provide certainty on this.”

The T20 match in Canberra would have been a rematch of last November’s T20 World Cup final where Australia beat the Black Caps to claim their first men’s trophy in the event.

Australia’s next currently scheduled matches then are a five-match T20 series against the Sri Lankans due to start in Sydney on February 11.

CA chief executive Nick Hockley hinted there could be changes to that timeline, with the possibility of it being extended to be explored.

“We are extremely disappointed that we will not be able to play the scheduled matches against New Zealand as planned, but we will continue to work with New Zealand Cricket to reschedule the series.

“We thank NZC, who have done everything possible to make the series happen, but because they have not been able to obtain certainty on the return quarantine arrangements, it is simply not possible at this time. .

“We know fans will be disappointed and thank them for their understanding given the unique circumstances the global pandemic presents for everyone.

“We look forward to welcoming Sri Lanka to Australia next month and will confirm the schedule for this series as soon as possible.”

The Black Caps would have sent a private team of their main Test stars had it happened, with a Test series against South Africa coming in February.

Australian Test stars with BBL contracts have returned to their Big Bash clubs for the final stages of the season, while others will rest ahead of the Marsh Sheffield Shield resumption.

Australia men’s matches postponed during pandemic

March 2020: 2 x ODI against New Zealand

June 2020: 2 x Tests against Bangladesh *

August 2020: 3 x ODI against Zimbabwe

October 2020: 3 x T20Is against the West Indies

November 2020: 1 x Test against Afghanistan

Jan-Feb 2021: 3 x ODI and 1 x T20I against New Zealand

Feb-March 2021: 3 x tests against South Africa*

November 2021: 1 x Test against Afghanistan

Jan-Feb 2022: 3 x ODI and 1 x T20I against New Zealand

* outings

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Dry weather will continue for the rest of January: Met Service https://satgtu.org/dry-weather-will-continue-for-the-rest-of-january-met-service/ Mon, 17 Jan 2022 09:53:00 +0000 https://satgtu.org/dry-weather-will-continue-for-the-rest-of-january-met-service/ SINGAPORE: Dry weather conditions are expected to continue through the second half of January, with short thundery showers over some areas for one or two days, the Meteorological Service of Singapore (MSS) announced on Monday (January 17th). The prevailing northeast monsoon season is expected to continue over Singapore with low level winds blowing predominantly from […]]]>

SINGAPORE: Dry weather conditions are expected to continue through the second half of January, with short thundery showers over some areas for one or two days, the Meteorological Service of Singapore (MSS) announced on Monday (January 17th).

The prevailing northeast monsoon season is expected to continue over Singapore with low level winds blowing predominantly from the north or northeast.

“During the fortnight, the monsoon rain band is expected to lie south of the equatorial region of Southeast Asia,” the Met Service said.

“The presence of a dry air mass in the vicinity of Singapore will bring relatively good weather most days, except for the occasional passing shower in the afternoon. Windy conditions can be expected during of the first week of the fortnight.”

Rainfall for this month is expected to be below average over most parts of the island, MSS added.

The daily temperature for the second half of January is expected to be between 24 degrees Celsius and 33 degrees Celsius. The daily maximum temperature could reach a maximum of 34 degrees Celsius within a few days.

JANUARY REVIEW

In the first half of January, northeast monsoon conditions prevailed over Singapore and the surrounding region. During this period, the low level winds blew mainly from the north or northeast.

At the start of the new year, a monsoon wave brought cool, wet weather to Singapore.

“On January 2, widespread and continuous moderate rain fell on the island between the pre-dawn and afternoon hours. A total of 101.2 mm of precipitation was recorded at Lower Peirce Reservoir,” said declared MSS.

“The minimum temperature of 22.8 degrees Celsius, recorded in Clementi that day, was the lowest minimum temperature recorded during the first half of January.”

The Met Service added: “After a wet start to the new year 2022, the second week of January was generally fair, with brief periods of passing showers in the afternoon. There were also occasional windy conditions during several days. The highest maximum temperature of 34.5 degrees Celsius was recorded in Sentosa on January 13.”

Singapore recorded below average rainfall over most parts of the island during the first half of January, except for the northern and central regions, where rainfall was above average.

“The highest anomaly of 82% above average was recorded at Ang Mo Kio. The anomaly of 34% below average was recorded at Chai Chee,” MSS said.

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Silver ferns beaten by Aussie diamonds in Quad series opener https://satgtu.org/silver-ferns-beaten-by-aussie-diamonds-in-quad-series-opener/ Sat, 15 Jan 2022 18:10:00 +0000 https://satgtu.org/silver-ferns-beaten-by-aussie-diamonds-in-quad-series-opener/ The Silver Ferns were beaten by the Australian Diamonds in their Quad Series opener in London. As the trans-Tasman foes faced off for the first time in 10 months, New Zealand’s new team found the way down, comfortably tied 53-39 on Sunday (New Zealand time). In a tournament which is the last chance of preparation […]]]>

The Silver Ferns were beaten by the Australian Diamonds in their Quad Series opener in London.

As the trans-Tasman foes faced off for the first time in 10 months, New Zealand’s new team found the way down, comfortably tied 53-39 on Sunday (New Zealand time).

In a tournament which is the last chance of preparation for the teams ahead of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, Ferns coach Dame Noeline Taurua is keen to balance playing time for his 14 players but will also be wary of results and of trust he could build or break.

Silver Ferns coach Dame Noeline Taurua has a lot to think about after their big loss to the Diamonds.  (File photo)

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Silver Ferns coach Dame Noeline Taurua has a lot to think about after their big loss to the Diamonds. (File photo)

After beating Australia 3-1 to win the Constellation Cup in Christchurch last March, world champion Ferns will now have some ground to make up for after a largely awkward display at the Copper Box.

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New Zealand won the last quarter 10-6, but by then it had become a rather messy affair, and the damage was done in the first and third periods, where the Australians – led by de superb shooting performances from Gretel Bueta (31/33) and Steph Wood (19/22) took them by seven and nine goals respectively.

Maia Wilson shot 24/26 for the Ferns but struggled to gain support, as Tiana Metuarau (12/18) endured an unhappy 21st birthday and Grace Nweke (3/5) also found it difficult at the highest level.

Taurua left behind her uncapped duo of Filda Vui and Mila Reuelu-Buchanan from Matchday 12, and went with what looked to be her strongest lineup, as Kayla Johnson received a defensive start from the wing in its first test in four years.

But the writing was on the wall early on, as the Ferns fell behind 6-1, with Metuarau well behind with their second attempt, and the Aussies punishing with a four-goal run.

Unable to find the same penetration across the pitch as their opponents, the Ferns found themselves under more pressure when captain Gina Crampton threw a loose long ball and the Diamonds extended their advantage to seven.

They maintained that quarter-time lead (17-10) after Steph Wood nailed the buzzer from afar, in a quarter where she and Gretel Bueta went 100%.

The Ferns then failed to get the start of the second quarter they were looking for, with Metuarau unable to convert the first opportunity, as Courtney Bruce smartly fended the ball away, and the Diamonds duly scored twice, before a good victory under the hoop of Karin Burger allowed them to recover three goals at 19-13.

Five minutes into the quarter, after shooting 7/11, Metuarau was substituted, with Grace Nweke on goal (Maia Wilson switching to attack on goal), and the towering 19-year-old quickly found her footing. target, twice.

But the frustration kept mounting for the Ferns. After a decisive call, the Australians extended the lead to double digits and then Cullen made way for Claire Kersten after being booked by referee Gary Burgess for physical.

After a 10 month wait to face them again, the Silver Ferns were no match for the Diamonds this time.

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After a 10 month wait to face them again, the Silver Ferns were no match for the Diamonds this time.

Nweke was caught hard for contact off the ball, Burger left the field with a bloody finger, which forced a change of outfit for Wood, before Nweke missed a penalty shot after the siren to leave the Ferns at trailing 30-21 at halftime.

Taurua made a double change on the long break, bringing Shannon Saunders in attack from the wing for Crampton and Kelly Jury in goalkeeper for Sulu Fitzpatrick, to partner Johnson, who spent most of the game at defending goals.

But while Jury at least had a few bright moments, the Ferns’ hopes were quickly dashed after conceding the first seven goals in the quarter.

Having already scored twice, the Diamonds doubled to lead by a dozen after Nweke completed contact, then when Nweke and Wilson missed their opening shots and Bueta tried his best to sink falling over the baseline, in the blink of an eye. eye, it was 37-21 and the match was over.

Metuarau came back into the fray for Nweke five minutes into the quarter but had little to do, scoring just once in the third period as the Ferns lost 17-8.

Taurua then used all 12 players when presenting Phoenix Karaka in the final five minutes, who also showed some good times in his brief appearance.

In the previous game, defending Commonwealth Games champions England beat South Africa 71-47.

The Ferns’ next match is against the hosts on Monday at 5.15am NZ time. After a day of rest, they face the Proteas on Wednesday, then Thursday it’s either a final or a third/fourth elimination round.

IN ONE LOOK

Australian Diamonds 53 (17-13-17-6)

Silver Ferns 39 (10-11-8-10)

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Tracking Jalen Hurts, Mike Evans, More Playoff Injuries https://satgtu.org/tracking-jalen-hurts-mike-evans-more-playoff-injuries/ Thu, 13 Jan 2022 23:55:00 +0000 https://satgtu.org/tracking-jalen-hurts-mike-evans-more-playoff-injuries/ With the NFL playoffs on the horizon, 12 teams are gearing up for what is expected to be a hectic Wild Card weekend. The Eagles (7) and Buccaneers (2) kick off Sunday’s three-game slate. The Buccaneers — who finished 13-4 and narrowly missed out on the NFC’s first seed against the Packers after securing the […]]]>

With the NFL playoffs on the horizon, 12 teams are gearing up for what is expected to be a hectic Wild Card weekend.

The Eagles (7) and Buccaneers (2) kick off Sunday’s three-game slate.

The Buccaneers — who finished 13-4 and narrowly missed out on the NFC’s first seed against the Packers after securing the NFC South — have home-court advantage going into this contest.

The Eagles, meanwhile, went 9-8 and claimed the last of three wildcard spots with the tiebreaker over the Saints.

Kickoff is scheduled for 1 p.m. ET at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. Forecasts at the time of writing call for rainfall and winds in the range of 20-30 MPH

The second injury report of the week was loaded: 12 players on Philly’s roster and 16 on Tampa’s (two more than yesterday).


Eagles vs Bucs injury report

Not sure what the abbreviations above mean? Click here to jump to our glossary below.


Latest Eagles-Bucs injury news

Thursday update

Thursday’s injury report for the Eagles brought good news and contained no new additions.

Strategist Jalen hurts (ankle) has trained in full again, which bodes well for his availability next Sunday. defensive tackle Cox Fletcher (rest) and center Jason Kelce (rest) went from non-participants to full participants after a veteran rest day, while the right tackle Lane Johnson (rest/knee) changed from DNP to limited.

left guard Landon Dickerson (thumb) and receiver Greg Ward (back) changed from limited participants to full participants. defensive end Josh Sweatshirt (back) was the only DNP of the day as he battled an illness.

Thursday’s injury report for the Buccaneers featured the same 14 players with two new additions. Strategist Tom Brady (rest) and defensive lineman Steve McLendon (rest) were given a rest day and did not participate in practice today.

wide receiver mike evans (hamstrings) was upgraded from limited to full today. Evans is a crucial part of the Buccaneers passing offense, especially with chris godvin (knee) and Antonio Brown unavailable the rest of the year.

Aside from Brady and McLendon, wide receiver Cyril Grayson Jr. (hamstrings) and running back Ronald Jones II (ankle) were the only other non-participants. Jones is doubtful to play, which will likely mean a big game for Leonard Fournette. The only other change was linebacker Anthony Nelson (ankle), which went from a DNP to limited.

Wednesday update

Wednesday’s injury report for the Eagles was littered with eight offensive players and four defensive players to make a pair dozen.

The headliner of the report is the quarterback Jalen hurts (ankle), who has been suffering from an ankle injury for several weeks that forced him to miss the final against Dallas. He was a full participant today, however.

Among the other Philadelphia offensive players listed was running back Miles Sander (hand), wide receiver Greg Ward (rear), left guard Landon Dickerson (thumb), right guard Nate Herbig (ankle), left tackle Andre Dillard (knee), right tackle Lane Johnson (rest/knee) and center Jason Kelce (rest).

Sanders is the most prominent name on this list and has missed the last two games with a hand injury. He was limited today, with Dickerson, Dillard, Herbig and Ward.

Johnson and Kelce, meanwhile, were the only non-participants on the offensive side, although it appears the two had the day off. Dickerson and Johnson both missed Week 18.

To recover Jordan Howard (stinger) was a notable omission from the report. He missed the season finale through injury and was also recently activated from the COVID-19/reserve roster.

Philadelphia defensive players listed were linebacker Shaun Bradley (stinger), defensive tackle Cox Fletcher (rest), defensive end Josh Sweatshirt (illness) and cornerback Kary Vincent Jr. (foot).

Cox did not train and was given a day off. Sweat was also not training in the face of an illness. Bradley was limited, while Vincent trained fully.

Wednesday’s injury report for the Buccaneers was bigger, with 14 players in total — eight offensive and six defensive.

Tampa Bay offensive players listed were wide receivers mike evans (tendon), Cyril Grayson Jr. (tendon), Breshad Perriman (hip) and justin watson (quadriceps), running backs Ronald Jones II (ankle) and Ke’Shawn Vaughn (odds), punter Bradley sprocket (right hip) and center ryan jensen (shoulder).

Jensen was on injury report last week with a shoulder injury but eventually played, marking his 17th appearance of the season.

Three of the four receivers – Evans, Perriman and Watson – were restricted, and Grayson did not participate; he is unlikely to play.

It’s a situation to watch as the team enters the playoffs shorthanded after losing fumbles Chris Godwin and Antonio Brown late this season.

To recover Leonard Fournette (hamstring) was another notable omission from today’s injury report.

We haven’t seen him since he was moved to injured reserve after suffering a hamstring injury in Week 15.

That’s good news, especially since Jones – who missed last week and didn’t practice today – is doubtful for this game. Vaughn, meanwhile, was fully training.

Tampa Bay defensive players listed were linebackers Shaquil Barrett (knee), Anthony Nelson (ankle) and Jason Pierre-Paul (shoulder/knee) and cornerbacks Jamel Dean (tendon), Sean Murphy – Bunting (hamstrings) and Rashard Robinson (elder).

Barrett, Pierre-Paul and Robinson all missed last week’s game against the Panthers.

Nelson was the only non-participant in the group, while the other five practiced on a limited basis.


NFL Injury Report Glossary

For Daily Practice Statuses

  • DNP: Acronym for “did not participate” in training that day.
  • LP: Acronym for “Limited Attendance” in practice that day.
  • PF: Acronym for “full participation” in training that day.
  • (-): Not listed.

For game statuses

  • Outside: Will not play this week.
  • Doubtful: Unlikely to play this week.
  • Questionable: Not sure to play this week.
  • (-): Unlisted (in most cases means “active”).
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Mitchell Starc “Not Looking For A Break” With Coaches To Make Ashes Test Final Appeal | Ashes 2021-22 https://satgtu.org/mitchell-starc-not-looking-for-a-break-with-coaches-to-make-ashes-test-final-appeal-ashes-2021-22/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 02:10:00 +0000 https://satgtu.org/mitchell-starc-not-looking-for-a-break-with-coaches-to-make-ashes-test-final-appeal-ashes-2021-22/ Mitchell Starc feels physically ready to play all five tests this summer, saying it will be the coach’s call purely if he misses the Hobart Series Final. Breeders and medical staff will take a look at the Australian’s training session on Wednesday night before getting a better idea of ​​what their attack should look like […]]]>

Mitchell Starc feels physically ready to play all five tests this summer, saying it will be the coach’s call purely if he misses the Hobart Series Final. Breeders and medical staff will take a look at the Australian’s training session on Wednesday night before getting a better idea of ​​what their attack should look like in the final test.

Scott Boland is treating sore ribs from his fall on the SCG pitch, putting the Victorian at risk of missing the day-night test which begins on Friday. There is speculation that Starc might not be in the match due to workload issues, but it would be a bold call considering he’s the world’s best wicket taker in both day and night testing.

“It’s purely up to the selectors,” Starc said, when asked if he had any problems or sores. “I’m not looking for a break. This is the last Test match in an Ashes home series. It is also a pink ball.

“Feeling good. Obviously we now have a few days to prepare for the fifth Test. Hopefully it’s not my turn to rest … I would love to play. I guess it’s in between. hands of the selectors, but I won’t ask for a rest.

It was expected that Australia’s rapids could be turned throughout this summer to ensure the attack is always refreshed, with the selectors keen to avoid a repeat of the ineffective scenes in Gabba’s loss to the India last year.

England’s bad hitter, Josh Hazlewood’s side strain and Pat Cummins’ forced omission from Adelaide have combined to largely assuage those concerns. But if the selectors go for an unchanged attack this week, that would mark three consecutive tests in which the same fast bowlers entered on steam.

Jhye Richardson and Michael Neser, who both impressed in the day-night test at Adelaide Oval, are on the bridge if Boland and / or Starc are left out.

Starc noted that his conversations with coaches George Bailey and Tony Dodemaide had been “really sweet and cold” this summer. “It really hasn’t been too much at the moment. No doubt there will be a bit of discussion over the next few days, ”he said.

The pink ball wizard backed Boland to back down. “He went to the gym yesterday. There’s no question he’ll be in training and bowling, ”Starc said. “He’s a calm character but quite resilient. No doubt he will be impatient to participate in this Test.

Starc has been the most prolific paceman this summer, pulling off 15 scalps at 26.6, while also excelling with the bat to help Australia secure an unassailable 3-0 lead in the series. But the left arm recorded game numbers of 1-124 in the drawn fourth test, noting that SCG’s pitch did not break on day five as much as Australia had hoped.

“It would have been really nice to take that last wicket but at the end of the day it was a fantastic cricket match,” said the 31-year-old. “Different conditions here, different ball. “

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Dakar 2022, stage 7: Hero MotoSports wins another top 10 https://satgtu.org/dakar-2022-stage-7-hero-motosports-wins-another-top-10/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 06:09:00 +0000 https://satgtu.org/dakar-2022-stage-7-hero-motosports-wins-another-top-10/ Posted on Jan 10, 2022 11:39:00 AM Harith Noah recorded his best result to date in Dakar 2022, while Jose Ignacio Cornejo and Sébastien Loeb won the stage. The 2022 Dakar Rally has resumed after a well-deserved rest day. But, as the rain washed away the tracks, Stage 7 put all of the competitors’ sailing […]]]>

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Harith Noah recorded his best result to date in Dakar 2022, while Jose Ignacio Cornejo and Sébastien Loeb won the stage.

The 2022 Dakar Rally has resumed after a well-deserved rest day. But, as the rain washed away the tracks, Stage 7 put all of the competitors’ sailing skills to the ultimate test.

The Indian contingent continues to march, with the two Hero MotoSports riders retaining a solid grip on the overall top 20. Harith Noah also had a good day, scoring his best result so far in this edition.

  • Joaquim Rodrigues, Aaron Mare now 16e and 17e globally
  • Harith Noah up to 27 years olde globally
  • Adrien Van Beveren takes the head of the bikes

Rodrigues sixth for Hero MotoSports

Joaquim Rodrigues, who won stage 3 last week, managed the tricky navigation to finish the stage in sixth place. The day off also gave him crucial time to recover from previous accidents where he had injured his back.

However, the Portuguese rider admits that there is “still a long way to go” with five stages remaining. He spent most of the rally making up for lost time in the opening scene and his latest result pushes him to 16e globally.

Aaron Mare was caught by a pack of runners and spent most of the stage trying to stay ahead of them. He crossed the line in 22sd place, inserting it in 17e in the general classification.

Harith Noah finishes 23e

TVS-backed runner Harith Noah lost time as he missed a waypoint and had to come back to catch up. Nevertheless, he put on a good show to finish the stage in 23e place. This moves him up to 27e place overall.

Speaking after the stage, the Indian rider said he “felt much better on the bike and the shoulder was holding on too”, referring to the injury he sustained after a heavy fall earlier in the rally.

Cornejo and Loeb win the 7th stage

Honda rider Jose Ignacio Cornejo won Stage 7 as several of the top riders struggled. Daniel Sanders of GasGas crashed during the liaison section, leaving his teammate and longtime frontman Sam Sunderland with the difficult task of opening the scene. As a result, Sunderland lost a lot of time and fell to fourth place overall, just over five minutes behind new leader Adrien Van Beveren (Yamaha).

At the wheel of the Bahrain Raid Xtreme team, Sébastien Loeb won a great stage victory to regain second place in the general classification. Toyota’s Nasser Al-Attiyah continues to lead with a strong margin of over 44 minutes.

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Dallas Mavs to switch from 10 days to Isaiah Thomas: NBA COVID Tracker https://satgtu.org/dallas-mavs-to-switch-from-10-days-to-isaiah-thomas-nba-covid-tracker/ Sat, 08 Jan 2022 14:26:03 +0000 https://satgtu.org/dallas-mavs-to-switch-from-10-days-to-isaiah-thomas-nba-covid-tracker/ The NBA has been hit by a resurgence of Covid cases lately, and it can be difficult to keep up with all the players who have currently entered the league’s health and safety protocols, as well as all the games that have been canceled as a result of this. Here you will be able to […]]]>

The NBA has been hit by a resurgence of Covid cases lately, and it can be difficult to keep up with all the players who have currently entered the league’s health and safety protocols, as well as all the games that have been canceled as a result of this.

Here you will be able to follow all of these Covid updates as it relates to your Dallas Mavericks and the rest of the NBA as well. So far, the Mavs have only brought two players into league health and safety protocols, but as we’ve learned before, things can change quickly.


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India vs South Africa Test Scorecard Live Updates, SA vs IND 2nd Test Match Live Match Score Ball by Ball Updates https://satgtu.org/india-vs-south-africa-test-scorecard-live-updates-sa-vs-ind-2nd-test-match-live-match-score-ball-by-ball-updates/ Thu, 06 Jan 2022 15:14:43 +0000 https://satgtu.org/india-vs-south-africa-test-scorecard-live-updates-sa-vs-ind-2nd-test-match-live-match-score-ball-by-ball-updates/ Live score of India vs South Africa: The game resumed after two rain-swept sessions Thursday on the fourth day of the second test between South Africa and India, with a result still possible before the Wanderers close. South Africa are chasing 112 more races to win the test and level the series while India needs […]]]>

Live score of India vs South Africa: The game resumed after two rain-swept sessions Thursday on the fourth day of the second test between South Africa and India, with a result still possible before the Wanderers close. South Africa are chasing 112 more races to win the test and level the series while India needs eight more wickets to succeed and a first-ever series victory in South Africa. Officials said there would be 34 game overs in the day with 30 more. minutes to be taken if the match is not completed by 6:00 p.m. local time (4:00 p.m. GMT).

Earlier, the start of the fourth and penultimate day of the second test between India and South Africa was delayed on Thursday due to rain. South Africa need 122 points to win the match and restore parity in all three matches, while the visiting Indians need eight wickets to emerge victorious and script their first Test Series victory in the nation arc -in sky.

India scored 202 and 266 in their two innings and South Africa after scoring 229 in their first try are 118 for 2 chasing 240. “The rain continues to fall on Imperial Wanderers and no play is on. is currently possible, “CSA tweeted from its official. handle just after the end of lunch. Before the game was scheduled to start, there was a light drizzle and the blankets were on. India leads the series 1-0 after winning the opener.

India plays XI: KL Rahul (c), Mayank Agarwal, Cheteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya Rahane, Hanuma Vihari, Rishabh Pant (w), Ravichandran Ashwin, Shardul Thakur, Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Siraj

South Africa play XI: Dean Elgar (c), Aiden Markram, Keegan Petersen, Rassie van der Dussen, Temba Bavuma, Kyle Verreynne (w), Marco Jansen, Kagiso Rabada, Keshav Maharaj, Duanne Olivier and Lungi Ngidi


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