‘Finn is a world-class fly-half who can produce fantastic games.‘When we played away in Australia, he was the stand-out player.People all around the world would have looked at that and said this is a match-winner.‘He’s a great character to have around, very relaxed and yet extremely competitive.
This is great for increased satiety and general health. Swap your soft drinks for a can of diet soft drink each day. And this is a super simple and effective way to increase the volume of fluid intake, feel more full and quenching thirst.
There is no credible evidence showing spikes in cravings, insulin or body fat from diet soft drinks, as opposed to their ‘full fat’ (sugar) alternatives. Switch bought smoothies or juices for your own smoothies. This will also stop you drinking more wine over the course of the night, whilst increasing water intake too, allowing you to reduce the caloric intake and your hangover simultaneously. Try out non-dairy ice cream and frozen yoghurt instead of full fat ice cream.
There’s a recognition of that.‘Longevity of your career and being at your best for key games are things players take into account when making decisions.‘To be honest, I don’t really want to go there and although it is not my remit, I’d much rather see him play in Glasgow, I think we all would.
But it is what it is and the statements are out.’With Scotland’s reputation in the world game on the up - especially after the performance in defeat to New Zealand at the weekend — there are likely to be more of Townsend’s men in demand.
Whether it's out of boredom, hunger or just because the food is RIGHT THERE tempting you, most of us do it.
And according to a survey carried out by Zespri Sun Gold kiwifruit, 44% of women confess it's junk food they tend to hoover up in between meals. What if we swapped unhealthy snacks for something a Luckily, Max Bridger of the fitness group LDN Muscle is here to save the day by sharing 10 easy snack swaps that will have an instant effect on your health:1.
Scotland have been warned Finn Russell is unlikely to be the last of our international stars tempted to swap home comforts for the cash-rich French league.
Dan Mc Farland, assistant to national team boss Gregor Townsend, admitted there was no competing with the money on offer in the Top 14, with the SRU unable to match the salary of just short of £600,000 offered to the Glasgow Warriors stand-off by French giants Racing 92.
This way you will ensure you’re getting the best bang for your buck, financially and health wise. This will reduce your fat and sugar intake, and thus your calories, preventing unwanted fat gain. All you need is whey protein, nut butter, almond milk and you can mash any fruit you want in, too.
It also means that if you're super-hungry, you can have bigger servings for the same amount of calories! This is better value and saves searching for bars that are, all too often, high in sugars.10.
Swap higher carb fruit for lower carb options, such as swapping a banana for a kiwifruit.