Watch: “Our Theory of Human Motivation”

first_imgLooking for a little weekend inspiration? In this skillfully composed collection of outdoor adventure film clips, founder of the outdoor-themed podcast Dirtbag Diaries, Fitz Cahall, articulates his theory of human motivation—the ins and outs of what gets outdoor adventurers like you out of bed and on top of the next summit, over the next pitch, back out on the trail, or just back into the woods in general. Plenty more inspiration can be found by checking out Fitz’s critically acclaimed podcast, The Dirtbag Diaries. Throw on an episode of DBD next time you’re facing a long drive to the trail head and watch the time fly by.last_img read more

Benteke backed to find form

first_img The striker has bagged just two Barclays Premier League goals this term after returning from a ruptured Achilles in October. Villa host Chelsea on Saturday having failed to score in 10 hours and 12 minutes in the league – since Benteke netted against Manchester United in December. “I’m pretty sure he is probably getting advice from every quarter, I have spoken to him and I’m sure his parents, agent and all those sort of people have. “He is a young guy and has only been in this country for three years. The big thing was the impact he made here at the beginning of his career. It was so big and the spotlight was on him so when he hits a drop it’s more noticeable. “We have to protect him as well and watch him. He will come back stronger, I have no doubt whatsoever. “If he can get back to the heights where he was before he can be unplayable.” Christian Benteke has been watching video nasties after Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert revealed they have gone back to basics to revive his season. Press Association But the striker has struggled since and has been studying videos with the Villa coaching staff of where he can improve in a bid to rescue his form. Lambert said: “He has looked at them himself, it’s not something which has gone unnoticed by anyone. We look at them and show him things. It will make him stronger. “He is not naive, he knows what’s going on. The big thing is to help him and help the team get him back to where he was. “He could well be (watching videos at home), but we have sat with him as staff and showed him things he can improve on.” Villa tried to sign Liverpool striker Rickie Lambert on deadline day, only for the 32-year-old to stay at Anfield. Villa boss Lambert is unlikely to rest Benteke against Chelsea but was keen to bring another striker in to ease the burden. “If I bought another striker in the window I could play with two up front and take the spotlight off him,” he said. “He knows himself things aren’t going his way but the club, his team-mates and staff will try everything they can do to help him. last_img read more

FIFPro seeks Guerrero WC reprieve

first_imgRio de Janeiro, May 21: World football players union FIFPro has asked FIFA to allow Peru captain Paolo Guerrero to play in the World Cup despite a doping ban.Guerrero, who tested positive for cocaine metabolite benzoylecgonine last October, had his six-month ban extended to 14 months last week following an appeal by the World Anti-Doping Agency.In a social media post, FIFPro said it hoped “for a breakthrough in the next 24-48 hours.”Last Monday’s decision by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) rules the 34-year-old Flamengo striker out of the World Cup in Russia, which starts on June 14.Peru qualified for the tournament for the first time in 36 years by beating New Zealand in an inter-continental playoff last November.Guerrero, who says he unwittingly consumed the substance in contaminated tea, has said his lawyers are “considering all options” to contest the CAS decision and clear his name.FIFPro last week described the ruling as disproportionate and inconsistent with the facts presented during the case. IANSlast_img read more