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Soccer twinks are the most famous soccer stars who have made numerous achievements with the sport. In addition, they are also very popular because they posses almost perfect bodies mostly adored by women. With their physical features and handsome looks, they have also made their way into the modeling industry and captured a lot of advertising agencies.

Among the top soccer twink is David Beckham, a renowned professional soccer player who have made outstanding achievements in his soccer career. The 33 year old Beckham has been recognized as one of the best players in World Soccer Cup.

English born Beckham started playing as professional soccer player since 1993 which started with Manchester United.

David is the highest paid MLS player when he signed a 5 year contract with LA Galaxy, a US professional soccer team in 2007.

In his modeling career, Beckham has done many advertisements for some of the top companies like IBM, Coca Cola and Versace. Since then, he received many offers of endorsement from different companies.

Another twink top guy is the German national, Lukas Podolski who played for the German national team, FC Koln and FC Bayern Munich.

Nicknamed Prinz, has been playing professional soccer since 2003. He has been successful in his soccer career and considered one of the best players.

Prinz also appeared in several magazines and is a regular model for many advertising groups.

With so many soccer players who have the good looks and body, for sure there would be more of these athletes who would be joining the modeling industry. So better watch out for these guys.

Any soccer player who does these 6 exercises will increase their soccer fitness and their soccer speed in less than 21 days. It is a great pre-season soccer conditioning and soccer speed program. This soccer conditioning program will make any soccer player fast and fit very quickly.

Because soccer is such an explosive sport where players are expected to have great speed and agility too, designing a conditioning and speed program that focuses on these needs is quite important. So with that said, here are the 6 speed and conditioning exercises soccer players should be doing. Also, I have included a brief explanation of the exercise and why it is important.

These 6 exercises should be broken up into 2 groups of three. I have also included suggested groupings. One group of three exercises should be done 2 times in one week and the other group should be done one time during the week. On the following week, switch it up so that the one group of exercises that was done just once the previous week is done twice this week, and the group of exercises that was done twice the previous week is done just once this week. Keep this similar rotation for the three weeks. Monday-Wednesday-Friday or Tuesday-Thursday-Saturday training days work best.

It is also recommended for the soccer player to warm up their body and stretch themselves out sufficiently to do these exercises. Any player considering this program should consult with their doctor before embarking on it.

All of these exercises are done as fast as a player can go.

The First Group of Exercises are:

  • 5-10-15 Yard Shuttle:
  • This 60 yard shuttle is designed to enhance a soccer player’s acceleration speed and change of direction performance. The game of soccer is a game of quick bursts of speed and quick change of direction. This shuttle will help all soccer players gain this edge. Players should do 4-6 repetitions of this exercise with a one minute rest in between.

  • 20-40-60 Yard Shuttle:
  • This 240 yard shuttle now taxes the soccer player’s fitness with short and medium distance explosiveness. This exercise will help all soccer players gain excellent conditioning. Players should do 3-4 repetitions with a 2 minutes rest in between.

  • 200 Yard Shuttle:
  • Here a soccer player runs 100 yards, stops and runs back to their starting point. The player is working under one minute starts. That means if it takes a player 40 seconds to complete this shuttle, they have 20 seconds of recovery (rest) time before they run the next 200 yard shuttle and so forth. A player is working on building up to 10 runs in 10 minutes. This is an excellent exercise to gain a solid conditioning foundation.

    The Second Group of Exercises are:

  • 10-20-30 Yard Shuttle:
  • This 120 yard shuttle is a beefed up version of the 5-10-15 yard shuttle. It presents training at an anaerobic level making any soccer player explosive and powerful throughout the course of the game. Players should do 4-6 repetitions of this exercise with a 90 second rest in between.

  • 30-60-90 yard Shuttle:
  • This 360 yard shuttle not only adds great conditioning for a soccer player but is also adds mental toughness as well. This exercise is excellent for many players but especially for midfielders. Players should consider doing 2-3 repetitions of this exercise allowing for a 3 minute rest in between.

  • 300 Yard Shuttle:
  • This shuttle is a staple in many soccer conditioning programs. Place two cones 25 yards apart. The soccer player then runs out to one cone and then runs back and repeats this (up and back) 6 times to complete the 300 yards. It is an excellent conditioning and change of direction exercise. Players should consider doing 2-3 repetitions with a 3 minute rest in between.

    This program is an excellent pre-season program for any higher level soccer players (U15 and above). It will help them become very fit and very fast which will make them a valuable player to their team.

    I hope you have enjoyed reading this speed and conditioning program for soccer players.

    Have a great day!

    This is the partner article to “Earn Cashback on a Bet That is Already Guaranteed to Win You Money – The Icing on the Cake!” which discussed using cashback sites to get an extra cash boost to your winnings from the bookies. In this follow up article we will look at the technique for guaranteeing that you make risk free cash using online bookies free bet offers.

    The standard deal is that you sign up to an online bookie and deposit some money with them. After this you place a bet with them (usually for odds over 2.0), once this is settled you claim your free bet.

    Just following the above procedure would not guarantee you free cash. There is another element that must be included. This is based around betting exchanges.

    If you are unfamiliar with betting exchanges they are a relatively recent addition to online betting that have become very popular. Briefly, this involves patching two bettors together who have an interest in betting on one outcome of an event. An example could be for one soccer team to beat another.

    If there were two bettors, Peter and Paul, who wanted to place a bet on a certain soccer team A beating another soccer team B then the betting exchange could patch them together. If Peter wanted to bet on team A beating team B but Paul wanted to bet against team A beating team B then whoever bet on the correct outcome would receive money from the other. Peter would be taking the traditional role in betting for team A to win, similar to betting against the bookie. On the other hand Paul would be betting against team A winning, in effect taking the bookie’s role.

    Taking the position of betting against an event happening, such as team A winning in the previous example, is known as laying. This is what will allow us to guarantee that we win on each free bet that we receive from an online bookie – and there are many to take advantage of. For each event we will want to place two bets, a traditional bet with the bookie who is offering the free bet and a lay bet with a betting exchange. I will give you an example to clarify this technique.

    Now, imagine that Paul has just found out about matched betting and wants to try it out. First he finds a bookie who is offering a free bet. Then he reads the terms and conditions of the free bet offer (very important – always read the T&Cs). He discovers that to get the free bet he must first place a bet with his own money for £25 then he will receive a free bet of the same value once the qualifying bet has settled.

    He finds, for example, a football match where the bookie is offering odds of 3.0 for team A to win the match and the betting exchange is offering 3.1 for team A not to win (i.e. for team A to lose or draw). He then places £25 on this bet at the bookies and lays £24.59 at the betting exchange. This may sound like a strange amount to lay but if you work it out it will give exactly the same return on whatever outcome occurs in the match. That is a loss of £1.64 no matter what happens.

    This sounds like a bad start. Paul has just lost money and I said this was a guaranteed way to win risk free!

    BUT, now we have qualified for our free bet. So Paul’s next bet will have a far better outcome.

    This time he bets on player B to beat player A at odds of 5.0 at the bookie and manages to get the same odds with the betting exchange. He uses his free £25 bet to place the bet at the bookies. He then works out that he needs to lay £20.20 at the betting exchange so that no matter what the outcome he will win the same amount.

    This time the match finishes and he has won £19.19. If we take away the £1.64 that Paul lost in qualifying for the free bet we are left with a risk free profit of £17.55.

    Paul was quite happy with the £17.55 he had just won – especially as he had already earned £10 before he even placed the bet!

    He is a frequent cashback site user and knew that they offered free money for clicking on their links to other sites. He made a quick search for bookies offering cashback at his usual cashback site. He clicked a link through to the bookie that was offering the free bet and earned himself an extra £10 for two minutes work.

    So for placing two risk free bets Paul had managed to earn himself £27.55. The best thing is that no matter what the outcome he knew that he would be guaranteed to win money. Paul felt that it was quite nice to win money this easily and repeated this technique over and over again.

    Oh, and by the way you can too! 

    Jazz is an American art form whose roots date back to the mid-19th century slave songs and chants. The early 20th century saw the art form blossom as instrumental music in the southern United States, mainly along the Mississippi river and specifically New Orleans, Louisiana.

    Early instrumental jazz combos of New Orleans varied in instrumentation.  More often than not, these early jazz groups generally consisted of trumpet, clarinet, trombone, tuba and drums.  This instrumentation became what is known as the “dixieland” combo, making its way up the Mississippi river to Chicago where the music became popularized by jazz greats such as Louis Armstrong.

    Dixieland combos can be thought of as groups that play “polyphonic” improvisational music.  Each instrument is independent of every other instrument, with each player creating separate musical improvisations based on known melodies, or “tunes” of the day.

    The players of these early jazz combos each had a separate role within the group.  The trumpet player was depended upon to state the melody of the song, while the clarinet would improvise complex lines above him.  The trombonists role was to improvise or “fill in” the middle register with lines and notes that were essential to the chord changes of the song itself.  The tuba player (or bass player) generally laid down root notes (and 5ths) of each chord on beats 1 and 3 of each measure.  The tuba served as the harmonic anchor for the group. Lastly, it was the drummers role to keep everyone together by keeping a steady beat throughout the entirety of the song.

    As jazz music developed throughout the 1940s and 1950s, jazz combo instrumentation began to become more standardized.  The jazz “quintet” and “sextet” became very popular during this time.  The quintet consisted of trumpet and alto (or tenor) sax as the main melodic instruments while the rhythm section (piano, bass and drums) took care of rhythm and harmony. 

    The sextet added a trombone to form what essentially was a three horn front line, with rhythm section accompaniment.  The extra melodic instrument of the sextet made it possible for the horns to add more harmonic depth to the sound of the group.  Each instrument had a role not only as a melodic voice, but also as an integral component of the harmonic structure as well.

    Modern jazz combos consist of a variety of instrumentation – 4, 5 horn combos are common place.  As the group grows in size however, the name “combo” is replaced by “band” or “little big band”. 

    The jazz combo has provided a musical and creative outlet for countless musicians over the last 100 years.  The jazz combo continues to provide jazz musicians the opportunity to work together to make music not only as a group but also to develop their own voice as individual jazz improvisers.  It is, and probably always will be, the perfect vehicle for learning the art of jazz improvisation.

    The Gorillaz is a band created in 1998 by Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett. Over the years, many artists have contributed to the band in different ways. Adding to the confusion, the band is centered on an animated concept, so the actual band members are even less visible to the listener. We all like to have an idea of who is responsible for the amazing tunes we hear coming out of the speakers, so let’s try to clarify who is in the band and what they do.

    Lead Vocals

    This is the easiest component of The Gorillaz music to understand. Damon Albarn has always been the lead vocalist for the band. Over the years, the group has featured guest vocalists (eg. Lou Reed), but Albarn is the only lead vocalist in the band.

    Lead Guitar

    Simon Katz was the lead guitarist for the band until 2002, when Simon Tong took over lead guitar duties (along with some rhythm guitar). In 2010, Jeff Wootton joined the group and contributed to the lead guitar category.

    Rhythm Guitar

    The primary rhythm guitarist for the band used to be William Lyonell, but he left the group in 2005, when Simon Jones took over the main rhythm guitar role (enough Simon’s for you yet?). In 2010 the lineup changed again and Mick Jones stepped in on rhythm guitar.


    Another of the three band members who have been in the group from the start is Mike Smith, who was the band’s original keyboardist. In 2010, when the band adjusted their lineup, Jesse Hackett joined Smith as a keyboardist for the band.

    Bass Guitar

    The band has had more turnover in this category than any other. The Gorillaz original bassist was Junior Dann. In 2002, Roberto Occhipinti took over for Dann, but only stayed with the group until 2005, when Morgan Nicholls took over for Occhipinti. With the 2010 changes, Paul Simonon took over for Occhipinti on bass guitar.


    Cass Browne is The Gorillaz drummer and the third pillar, having been with the band from its inception all the way up through the present. In 2010, Gabriel Wallace also joined the band as a drummer.

    As a quick postscript, you may have noticed that Jamie Hewlett, one of the two founders of the band, was not mentioned anywhere on this list. Well, that’s because his contribution to the band came on the art and animation side of things, not the music side of things.

    Pantera started their music career, by playing in various clubs, before becoming a household name. The band released their first album in 1983, known as Metal Magic. The album became successful and the group sold more than three millions albums in United States. The producer of the album was Abbott boy’s father.

    The line up of Pantera band was composed of Rex Brown, Terry Glaze, Darrell Abbott, Terrence Lee, Rex Brown and Diamond Darell. Pantera was established in 1981, by Abbot Brothers. The band later searched for a new and heavy sound, the group replaced Terry with Phil Anselmo. But, the group changed the line up most of the time. In 1982, the band members decided, to shorten the name of the band and they agreed on the name Pantera. Hart decided to quit from the group, because of personal disagreement, with the other band members. Bradford also decided to quit from the band later that year and the group replaced him with Rex Brown. In 1990, the band released their second album known as “Cowboys from Hell”.

    The band first album took the group to national metal map. MTV played a very important role in developing Pantera, because they put most of their group videos into heavy rotation. There performance on stage, made the band different from the other rock bands from United States. When the band released far beyond in 1994, the group had become famous, not only in United States, but also in other parts of the world. It was the same year, that the band started, to self destruct it self.

    When Pantera released the Great Southern Trendkill album in 1996, the band changed a little bit. The band slowed their tempos and tone. The leader of the band Phil Anselmo became addicted to drugs. In 2000, Phil Anselmo started to engage himself, in side projects and the band lost their drummer Dimebag Darrell. He was killed when performing on stage in 2004. The death of Dimebag disbanded the group. This incident shocked the whole world and was condemned, by ardent fans of Pantera. Since the group ventured into the world of music, band members were popularly known for their partying and debauchery. They also acquired an official drink name known as “Black Tooth Grin”.

    Pantera band, established its name in the world of rock music, in less than a decade. Since the group ventured into rock music, the band has inspired other popular bands such as rolling stones, kiss, black Sabbath and many more. The band toured extensively in America, Sweden, New Zealand and Australia to promote their songs. Ardent fans of the band can still get the band songs, if they visit the band official website.

    The 2010 World Cup Soccer tournament, held in South Africa, came to a close on July 11, 2010, as Spain made history being crowned World Cup Champions for the first time ever. This was the first time Spain got past the semi-finals since 1950.

    Spain defeated the Netherlands 1-0, but the Dutch fought until the end, in a match that went into extra-time and saw the winning goal in the 116th minute of the match. It was mid-fielder, Andres INIESTA who scored the golden goal to secure the match and championship. The Dutch were down to 10-man as they accumulated several yellow-cards during the match and had some close opportunities.

    Spain did an incredible job during the world cup qualifying rounds and won 10 out of 10 matches to secure a place in the 2010 world cup tournament. However, they had a rather nervous start in their opening group stage matches when they lost to Switzerland.

    The EURO 2008 champions managed to get their act together in their other two group stage matches and were able to notch up victories against Chile and Honduras. They topped their Group H with 6 points to advance to the Round of 16 where they oust Portugal with a solitary goal.

    With the win over Portugal, the European Champions clashed with Paraguay in the quarter-finals which was a match filled with a lot of drama. However, Spain managed to prevail with a narrow 1-0 victory.

    As Spain advanced to the semi-finals, they had to take on the young, but impressive German team. Though Spain dominated most of the match, in terms of ball possession, it was another narrow 1-0 victory, but enough to take them to the finals.

    Spain, for most part, played a disciplined game and capitalized on their strength of being able to possess the ball better than any other team in the tournament. Their top goal scorer was David VILLA (5 goals), followed by Andres INIESTA (2 goals) and Carles PUYOL (1 goal). They scored a total of eight goals and conceded only two.

    Iker CASILLAS, Spain’s Captain and Goal-keeper, was the adidas Golden Glove Award winner – he conceded only 2 goals. Andres INIESTA was awarded the Budweiser Man of the Match at the final match. Spain also won the FIFA Fair Play award.

    CLICK HERE to watch the Video Highlights of all the matches that Spain played on the road that led them to become the 2010 World Cup Soccer champions.

    Not everyone knows about the sport known as “The Gentleman’s Game.” However, in the UK it is the popular sport aside from football as it can be traced back to the times when kings and princes could be found playing together with their knights and soldiers. And that’s what makes this game last even until today. In fact, one of the most anticipated tournaments in the world of cricket is ongoing–the Ashes Test tournament.

    But before we go a bit further than that, here is a list of the ten types of cricket you should know about if you love the sport;

    Twenty20– it was first introduced and played on 2003 in the UK, however, its popularity spread to all other cricket-playing nations. Each team has a quota of 20 overs and race whoever completes it first.

    First-Class– it is the oldest type of cricket which has been practiced long before the test matches were played. There are many similarities between the two types, however, this type has three-day duration while the other one may reach up to five days.

    Test– among other types, this is the most challenging and is known to be the ultimate test of all cricketers. It is the most accurate yardstick if you are going to measure a team’s effort and capabilities.

    Club– it is often the most recognizable amateur match in the world of cricket. Although amateur in nature, it is when aspiring cricketers learn how to observe the laws of the game. It is often played with too much seriousness on both teams competing.

    One-Day– as what the name denotes this tournament must have a winner in a day. It is often played with colored uniforms and white balls; more often, it is the best alternative to 5-day matches and can attract huge number of spectators especially the international matches.

    County– if you are living in the UK, you must be familiar with this type as it is often played in the counties. More often, it is a competition between two counties to prove who has more superior members. Moreover, it is most popular in England.

    List A– it is new type introduced by International Cricket Council (ICC) in 2006. Those who created this type have been requesting ICC to recognize it as a new part of the cricket world.

    Short Form– for people who do not have much time watching the match for eight hours, Short Form of Cricket is the best alternative. Basically, all the elements of the game is compressed into this type, however, a match is over after about two hours.

    Kwik– for parents who want to develop their children to become of the most popular cricketers in the world, this type is the best starting point. It is designed specifically for children who love the sport. Instead of the official bats and balls, the children are given plastic bats and balls to avoid injury.

    Indoor– as the name suggests, this type is often played in smaller stadiums which means that is it also quicker than the traditional cricket match. You can seldom witness this type of cricket.

    So, you’ve decided to start the game of futsal.

    The main thing you are going to require is a decent pair of indoor soccer shoes.

    Follow the suggestions below to help you pick the best pair.


    Futsal shoes are sized like ordinary shoes. That being said, with a futsal shoe a tighter fit is normally (suggested) so standard shoe sizes may not transfer directly. These shoes are most often created of soft and supple, thin leathers. To ensure proper ball feel, a tighter fit is better. Indoor soccer shoes are designed with a more narrow upper, this makes for better feel and control on the ball. Your indoor soccer shoe should probably fit as close to the end of your foot as possible without actually touching your toes. This will make sure the highest comfort and performance. A 1/4 to 1/2 inch gap is optimal. As a general rule of thumb, every 1/2 size will give you about 4mm (3/16 inch) of length.


    The width of your futsal shoes can also be important. Your cleats should fit the foot snugly and your foot should not slide around inside the shoe during the game. You also don’t want the shoe to be too tight. Most indoor soccer shoes are only available in one width. You may have to experiment with several different shoes until you find one that fits the best.

    Should you have wider feet, then search into acquiring cleats fabricated from kangaroo leather as these will stretch the most to match your feet.


    What your shoe comes from can also determine the fit. The top-of-the line leathers (especially kangaroo leather) will generally stretch after 1 or 2 uses. High-quality shoes will actually mold towards the shape of your foot therefore you will want these to fit snugly in width when they are fresh out the box.

    Proper Fit

    When you have your unique futsal shoes, try them on indoors to test for correct fit. Your shoes should fit snugly without discomfort or pressure points. Your toes should reach as far as the front of your shoe, but should not touch the tip. Again, Look for a gap of 1/4 to 1/2 inch. If a player continues to be growing, we suggest purchasing shoes a touch large and filling in the excess space by putting on an extra set of two socks.


    The nice thing about futsal shoes is that they are cheaper in price than normal soccer cleats or boots. Intend to pay $40 to $100 USD to get a high-quality pair of indoor soccer shoes. There are plenty of places for you to purchase futsal shoes both online and offline.

    Further and further soccer and sports shops are starting to stock these shoes and you’ll also discover a volume of online merchants with a fantastic selection of shoes.

    Lionel Messi was born in Rosario city on June 24, 1987. He started playing football at the age of five for Grandoli, a club coached by his father. Messi switched to Newell’s Old Boys in 1995. At the age of 11, he was diagnosed with a growth hormone deficiency. Every month Messi required treatment for the illness that cost over 500 Pounds. River Plate showed interest in Messi’s progress, but did not have enough money to pay for his treatment. FC Barcelona was made aware of Messi talent. After watching him play, Barcelona signed him and offer to pay for the medical bills if he was willing to move to Spain.

    Messi is a player with exceptional quality. He is highly creative, and has the skills to take on defenders with ease. He is a versatile left-footed player who can play either in the middle or on either wing, or even as a centre forward. Messi makes up for the lack of height with his speed and agility. His sudden changes in pace make him a true problem for the defenders. In addition, his accurate powerful shot make him truly unique in free kick and corner situations. He has drawn comparisons to Diego Maradona, and indeed Maradona himself named Messi his “successor”.

    In club football, Messi made his debut against Espanyol on October 16, 2004, becoming the third-youngest player ever to play for FC Barcelona and youngest club player who played in La Liga at that that time (a record broken by team mate Bojan Krkic in September 2007). He scored his first senior goal against Albacete Balompié on May 1, 2005. Messi was 17 years, 10 months and 7 days old at that time, becoming the youngest player to ever score in a La Liga game for FC Barcelona until 2007 when Bojan Krkic broke this record.

    Messi won the Under 20 World Cup in Holland with Argentina. He was crowned the leading goalscorer and voted best player in the tournament. Aged 18 years, he had become one of the hottest properties in the world game. Shortly after, he made his first full international appearance in a friendly against Hungary. In 2005, José Pekerman called Messi up to the senior Argentine national team. He made his debut on August 17, 2005 against Hungary. He was sent off in the 63rd minute, just 40 seconds after he came in as a substitute. The referee found Messi to have elbowed defender Vilmos Vanczák, who was tugging Messi’s shirt. He left the pitch disappointed and in tears.

    Since then, Lionel Messi has developed into a more complete and mature player. There are still many years left in his career. Everyone is waiting for him to emulate Diego Maradona success by guiding Argentina to win the World Cup again.