William Hill announces hospitality guru Roger Devlin as new Chairman

first_imgShare SIS adds Irish Greyhound Derby to its portfolio August 13, 2020 Submit Roger DevlinRoger Devlin is to leave his post as Chairman of Sports Information Services (SIS) after nine years, to become Group Chairman of William Hill.Departing his role at SIS on January 31 next year, Devlin will is to become the William Hill Chairman Designate on February 1, before being appointed Chairman when current incumbent Gareth Davis steps down on April 2.Sir Roy Gardner, Senior Independent Director of William Hill, said about the appointment: “Roger Devlin has extensive experience as a listed company Chairman, in the City from his early days in corporate finance and across his sector relevant appointments at Hilton Group, Gamesys and SIS. “We look forward to him joining as Chairman and continuing the strong recent progress the Group has made under Gareth’s chairmanship.  “On behalf of the Board I would also like to take this early opportunity to thank Gareth Davis for his considerable contribution and commitment to the Group over the past seven years.  “Gareth’s experience, energy and commitment have been of considerable benefit to William Hill as we seek to continue to grow the business online and internationally, and to deliver our strategy. We look forward to working with him in the coming months and wish him well for the future.”Devlin, who has executive, non-executive and Chairman experience across the leisure, sport and betting and gaming sectors, said of his appointment: “William Hill is a business and brand I have greatly admired during my years in the leisure sector and more recently as Chair of SIS.  “I recognise that there are both immediate challenges to address for the industry and considerable medium and longer term opportunities for the Group, and I look forward to working with Philip Bowcock, his executive team and the Board to deliver further progress for the Group and shareholders.”SIS states that it has started the search for a new chair, and expects to make an announcement in the new year. Richard FitzGerald steps down as RMG CEO August 6, 2020 Related Articles SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 Share StumbleUponlast_img read more

Kobe Bryant calls looking at future after basketball ‘scary as hell,’ shares life in new documentary

first_imgThe unexpected time off last season forced Bryant to think about his post-basketball future.“I’m afraid, too,” he said Friday at the summer TV critics’ meeting. “You really have to lean on muses and mentors going forward, just as I did as a kid. It’s about having that next wave of things, which is scary as hell, but it’s fun at the same time.”Bryant said this film is different than the 2009 ESPN documentary “Kobe Doin’ Work,” directed by Spike Lee. The new film includes Magic Johnson and former Lakers coach and current Knicks president Phil Jackson.“It’s more introspective,” he said. “It’s about who or what has inspired me.”Bryant is credited as an executive producer on the Showtime film, a vanity credit only. “I’m not even quite sure what it is they do,” he said.He arrived 30 minutes late for his session with critics.“I was out looking for a head coach,” he said, joking.The Lakers remain without a coach, and big man Pau Gasol recently chose to leave for Chicago as a free agent. The team failed in its bid to land Carmelo Anthony, too.“We’re still trying to figure the roster out,” Bryant said. “We don’t know what system we’re going to be operating out of. A lot of those questions remain to be answered.”Bryant reaffirmed he was “very happy” with the effort the Lakers made in trying to land Anthony and retain Gasol. He indicated approval of general manager Mitch Kupchak’s recent signings of complementary players.“It’s my job to go out there next season and lay it all out there on the line and get us to that elite level,” he said. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Kobe Bryant says he’s “scared” about his future after basketball, although he’s embracing the challenge of finding something that he can be as passionate about as sports.Bryant turns 36 next month and is under contract with the Los Angeles Lakers for two more years. He was limited to just six games last season because of two major leg injuries, leaving him with the kind of idle time he never had before in his career.Bryant gives a peek into his life in a Showtime documentary airing in November. “Kobe Bryant’s Muse” covers much of last season, when Bryant was sidelined and the Lakers finished 27-55, the most losses in club history.“It’s a fascinating time to be around this guy,” said Gotham Chopra, who directed the film. “There’s this sort of looking forward to life after basketball. This is a guy that’s asking a lot of questions.”last_img read more

Magic Johnson will oversee Lakers trade talks this week

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersNumerous reports signal longtime agent Rob Pelinka is the frontrunner for the job after working extensively with former Lakers guard Kobe Bryant. If the Lakers want to pursue an established general manager, including Golden State’s Bob Myers, Portland’s Neil Olshey or Oklahoma City’s Sam Presti, they would have to receive permission from those respective teams about talking to those candidates.“I’m looking for somebody whose thinking is outside the box and understands the salary cap. The CBA is so important and part of the new NBA,” Johnson said. “If you don’t have an understanding of that, you’ll be in trouble with this organization. That’s important we have relationships with teams, players and agents in this league.”Johnson also outlined a collaborative effort with Lakers coach Luke Walton, Jeanie Buss, scout Ryan West (Jerry West’s son) and scout Jesse Buss and D-Fenders President Joey Buss (Jeanie’s brothers).“Have a work ethic like mine and be super duper smart. I want him to be smarter than me,” Johnson said. “That’s what it’s all about. I’m not going to have every answer. But with Jeanie, myself and that person, Jesse, Joey, Ryan West and his scouting team and Coach Walton, we’ll come up with the right answer. It’s going to be all of us working together and communicating with one another.”Johnson, a five-time NBA champion with the Showtime Lakers, said he also will be with the Lakers when they play in Oklahoma City on Friday. While he plans to watch the game and provide feedback to the team’s coaching staff and players, Johnson admitted a learning curve elsewhere. He has just started learning the intricacies regarding the league’s collective bargaining agreement. But Johnson said he started learning more since the Lakers initially named him as an advisor Feb. 2. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “I’m a guy who loves to learn,” Johnson said. “I love to read. I love to educate myself on what’s going on. That’s why it’s exciting to build the new Lakers.”The Lakers downplayed the timing of such changes just before Thursday’s trade deadline.The Lakers are 19-39 this season, plummeting out of contention after an encouraging 10-10 start under first-year coach Walton, who got a strong vote of confidence from Jeanie Buss and Johnson. The Lakers have steadily declined from the heights of back-to-back championships in 2009 and 2010 and are mired in the worst four-year stretch in franchise history, missing the playoffs in three consecutive years with their three worst records ever. They finished 17-65 last season, a franchise low in the last year of Kobe Bryant’s two-decade run with the franchise.With brother Jim Buss promising in 2014 he would step down as the Lakers’ executive vice president of basketball operations if the team did not become a Western Conference contender in three years, Jeanie Buss made the change sooner. Jim Buss will no longer hold his role, though he will still hold an ownership role with the Lakers.“It was time for a change,” Jeanie Buss said. “Certainly when you look at the timing, people might ask about the offseason. In today’s NBA, this is no offseason. You’re constantly prepared for draft, summer league. There’s always something going on.”Jeanie Buss then added, “It was probably so hard for me to make that I probably waited too long. For that, I apologize to Lakers fans.”Jeanie Buss had no apologies, though, for hiring Johnson. She strongly dismissed any notion that the move showed the Lakers stuck too much in their glorious past to address their uncertain future.Said Jeanie Buss: “This isn’t about trying to go back to Showtime. We’re not trying to turn back the clock. The Lakers have learned how to win in every era.”Said Johnson: “I’m not coming in to tell them old stories about Showtime. It’s about the Lakers having a clear direction and clear strategy in how to build this organization into a championship organization.”This partnership first stemmed when Johnson reached out to express his condolences to Jeanie Buss for her breakup with longtime companion Phil Jackson, the Lakers former coach and New York Knicks’ president. Jeanie Buss and Johnson then had dinner prior to when the Lakers hosted the Denver Nuggets on Jan. 17 at Staples Center. Buss then outlined an advisory role for Johnson pertaining to various business and basketball manners.Since the Lakers named him to that position 19 days ago, Johnson has said in subsequent interviews with USA Today, CBS and ESPN that he would like to “call the shots” and eventually oversee the team’s basketball operations.On Tuesday, Johnson received his wish in what he called his “dream job.”But that dream might include some short-term nightmares on the Lakers’ quest to become a championship contender again.“It’s going to take us a while,” Johnson said. “I don’t want to fool the fans. We’re going to build this thing the right way. It’s not going to be a quick fix. I’m not going to turn this around tomorrow, or I’ll really be Magic.”center_img Not only will Magic Johnson call the shots as the Lakers’ president of basketball operations. Johnson will also be in charge of how the Lakers handle the NBA trade deadline that ends Thursday.In an interview with the Lakers’ cable station, Spectrum SportsNet, Johnson said he had already taken calls from five general managers. Although Johnson generally said he would not divulge details of possible deals, he admitted the “majority” of trade inquiries involved veteran reserve guard Lou Williams. Added Johnson, “If you’re going to get him, it’s going to take a lot to get him.”“Right now it’s great because it’s putting me right in the middle of everything,” Johnson said. “If I had a GM, he would be talking to them and we would work off of a whiteboard and make a good decision not only today, but for tomorrow. That’s what we have to do, make decisions that are good for today and good for tomorrow.”The Lakers plan to hire a general manager to replace Mitch Kupchak, who was fired Tuesday after being part of the team’s front office through 30 years. He oversaw four NBA championships and had the longest current stretch running a front office in the NBA in his 17 years as the team’s general manager.last_img read more

Ibisevic extended his Contract with Hertha

first_imgB&H national football team player Vedad Ibisevic is playing in great form for Hertha, and as a reward he got extension of his contract until 2017.Thirty one year old Ibisevic signed extension of his contract for one more season, and his move delighted fans of Hertha.“I feel comfortable in Berlin from the day one and I am happy that we will stay together until 2017,” said Ibisevic.He is expecting encounter with his former club Stuttgart on Saturday within the 21st round of the German Bundesliga.“The match with my former club will be interesting for me. I will do everything to score a goal and to bring victory for my team. Also, I am happy that we are in the semifinals of the DFB Cup and that I managed to score two goals,” added B&H national team player.(Source: klix.ba)last_img read more

Bolt takes final curtain call as Felix, Semenya add more gold

first_imgSemenya hinted that it would now be time to tackle the world record of 1:53.28 set by Jarmila Kratochvilova back in 1983.“We need to clear 1:55 first and it will require a lot of hard training. I have Olympic, world and Commonwealth titles now so maybe it is time to target the world record,” said Semenya, whose last defeat in the event dates back to 2015.“It’s the next thing on the list. I know it will be difficult but I will have to attempt soon, maybe.”– ‘Proud moment’ –Kenya enjoyed a successful final blast with Hellen Obiri comprehensively denying Alamaz Ayana a double gold as the 27-year-old Kenyan burnt the 10,000m champion for pace down the back straight of the final lap to ease to the 5,000m title.Her compatriot Elijah Manangoi led home a 1-2 in the 1500m to turn his silver from 2015 into gold this time round but Asbel Kiprop never looked at the races for a fourth successive title and finished down the field in ninth.“It was just such a good race and I’m so pleased to be a world champion. I had a difficult race as Timothy (Cheruiyot who is also his training partner) raced very well but I had that extra strength,” said 24-year-old Manangoi.“We have had very good champions in the event over the years so it is a proud moment for me to win this title for my country.”The Americans may have dominated the 10-day competition but there was to be no final flourish as Trinidad and Tobago’s men’s 4x400m relay team ran superbly to take the gold and bring the curtain down on a championships that never failed to surprise.Share on: WhatsApp Allyson (middle) celebrates 16th medalLondon, United Kingdom | AFP | Athletics greats Allyson Felix and Caster Semenya lit up the track to bring the curtain down on the world championships in great style on Sunday.However, not for the first time, but certainly the last as an athlete, Usain Bolt stole the show.Retiring superstar Bolt put on one last appearance, the 100m and 200m world record-holder accorded a lap of honour in front of the 60,000 spectators who stayed on after the finals were over.“It’s been a rough couple of days, and this is a very emotional moment for me,” said the 30-year-old Jamaican referring to his dramatic collapsing to the track with cramp in the anchor leg of the 4x100m relay final 24 hours earlier.“I always tried my best and gave 100 percent all the time and above all put on a good show.”Bolt then went on a lap of honour to the tune of “Reggae Nights” raising his arms and applauding the crowd, embracing his parents on the track and then finishing with a final flourish of his trademark ‘lightning bolt’ stance not once but twice. On the track, Felix ran a stunning leg in 48.7seconds in the women’s 4×400 metres relay to set the United States up for an easy victory and take her record world medals tally to 16, two ahead of retired Jamaican duo Merlene Ottey and Bolt.“It does mean so much to me every time,” Felix said when asked whether medals motivated her.“I love this sport. I’m grateful to run with these amazing girls. They work so hard and deserve all their success.“It’s an honour to run in the relay for Team USA and I will always treasure these moments.”South African star Semenya, who seems to block out all the debate about whether she should be running or not, added a third 800m crown to her tally to put her alongside another African great Maria Mutola as the only women to have won the title three times.last_img read more

Twelve Real Madrid players are in FIFA limbo on 30-J

first_imgIt was something that had been disturbing clubs, footballers and agents, and that Emilio García Silvero, legal director of FIFA, has highlighted more. “FIFA cannot extend contracts beyond June 30, but the transfer windows are not going to be the same and players will not be able to be registered. The market does not open on July 1 “, he said in Game Time. García Silvero gave more details, again not very reassuring due to the restrictions of the regulations: “If a loan ends on June 30, the player should theoretically return to his club but the enrollment window would not be open and the record would not be processed.” FIFA is recommending extensions to end the season, but cannot guarantee that this will be done: It will depend, in addition to the will of those involved, on the labor regulations of each country. Of course, if the contractual extensions were not given, the footballers could not be enrolled in another team.Future plans: sales, transfers …In the worst case scenario, 12 Madrid footballers would stay in no man’s land, a hypothesis everyone involved believes will not occur. They hope that some solution will be found to avoid this extreme. Areola, who wants to continue, should return to PSG. Luca Zidane and Borja Mayoral, currently on loan at Racing and Levante, they end their relationship with Real Madrid and, as the movements have not started, they would have no token. Odriozola would return from Bayern, as Achraf from Dortmund after two courses, Vallejo from Granada, Reguilón from Sevilla, Ceballos from Arsenal, Odegaard de la Real, Kubo from Mallorca and Óscar Rodríguez, two seasons later, from Leganés.When normality returns, for the majority, a definitive sale or a new assignment will be sought. Achraf and Odegaard, If they see it convenient, they have a place in 2020-21. Lunin, also, it has many options of being the second goalkeeper. AND Kubo, As he confessed this Sunday in AS, he sees himself with options and potential to follow that path. The rest is between very complicated and impossible. The coronavirus, like society in general, is going to change the world of soccer. What is still far from being known is how much and how. One of the problems derived from this complex situation is what will happen to the transferred or those who end their contract on June 30, with 12 cases in Real Madrid: Luca Zidane, Lunin, Odriozola, Achraf, Vallejo, Reguilón, Ceballos, Odegaard, Take Kubo, Óscar Rodríguez, Borja Mayoral and Areola. AS has told that in Spain the parties have begun to look for a solution with enlargement, but, as it usually happens with the RFEF, LaLiga and the AFE involved, it will not be easy. last_img read more

Nehuén Pérez to the expectation

first_imgAtlético could have to determine at the finish of this course, when it arrives, the stage with Nehuén. One is to search for one other switch in order that he can proceed progressing or to discover a place for him in the squad and provides out one other of the defenders. Sure Philip and Lovely arrived final summer season, the second shouldn’t be completely satisfied along with his little prominence up to now and the postponement of the Eurocup to 2021 It locations the subsequent season as key, though his departure appears unlikely. SavicAt 29, he may search for a final large contract and depart money available for Atlético. Giménez shouldn’t be in the showcase. On this case, Nehuén occupies a non-community place, like Felipe, Lodi and Arias, which cowl the most quota, though the departure of the Colombian would open the doorways.No minutes with Simeone in his half season as rojiblancoNehuén Pérez value Atlético 2.5 million in July 2018 (Though he didn’t be part of the rojiblanco membership till January 2019, when his task led to Argentinos Juniors, from the place he was signed). He arrived at Atlético certified by the specialists as Greatest central defender of the South American U-20, Argentina captain with 18 years and surrounded by reward. Management, seriousness, aerial play, ball exit … However with Simeone he had no probability. Zero minutes, zero alternatives. The Argentine exercised at his command in Cerro for half a yr and didn’t make his debut and virtually not even be a part of the substitutes’ bench. Solely in two was it, two out of twelve doable. Hanging was the Atlético-Celta from April 13 of final yr. Simeone ran out of central groups, solely unpublished Nehuén remained, however as a substitute of the Argentine, the coach determined to guess on Montero and by Toni Moya, who’s a midfielder however had performed nice central minutes in the preseason, so Nehuén continued to zero. Have the Athletic a coveted piece in the upcoming markets: Nehuén Pérez (19 years previous that can be 20 this June). The central, is on mortgage in the Portuguese Famalicaosure, I used to be about to signal for Ajax for 25 million, as you’ll have recognized ACE, earlier than soccer stopped due to the coronavirus. Now he’s coming again It’s now not so clear that Nehuén packs his method to the Netherlands. The Argentine shouldn’t be solely a bit of the future for the nice golf equipment of Europe, but additionally for Atlético himself, to whom the coronavirus disaster and the consequent ERTE that he requested to face it trigger that the signings by Atlético are few and only a few. And though Atlético already has 4 assure facilities in its squad, it’s looking the market (Diego Carlos, Tah, Demiral…) one thing you have already got at residence. Nehuén.The Argentine is shining on his mortgage at Famalicao, the place He has stood out for his management and hierarchy regardless of his youth. An undisputed pure chief in the staff led by João Pedro Sousa and that he enormously observed his absence throughout the dispute of the Olympic in February, U23, the place he was indeniable in the closing victory of Argentina regardless of being 4 years youthful than a number of of his colleagues and rivals. In the Portuguese league he has performed 16 matches, all as a starter, to which he provides two in the cup. And it’s that the Argentine is squeezing to the most his switch in his first alternative in Europe. A efficiency that has sparked the curiosity of a number of main golf equipment, resembling Ajax, who see the 19-year-old as a center-back with a few years forward.last_img read more

Thomas targets big leap – Triple jumper sets sights on 15m, 4x400m

first_imgTake one look at Jamaican Olympic triple jump hopeful Shanieka Thomas and her potential is obvious. At six-foot tall and 145 pounds, she is built almost exactly like world record holder Inessa Kravets. Thomas, 11th at the 2015 World Championships, knows the similarity and hopes one day to match the Ukrainian’s fine achievements. Kravets set the record – 15.50 metres – at the 1995 Worlds and took gold as well at the 1996 Olympics. “The fact that the world record holder has the same build as me is encouragement to show I’m able to achieve the world record or even more,” she observed after a training session at the Mona campus of the University of the West Indies last week. “A lot of people don’t remember that the world record holder has a really slim build,” she pinpointed. Thomas, a three-time US collegiate champion at San Diego State University, left California to train at Mona last season. “Everyone was asking me, ‘Why come back to Jamaica and there’s not a lot of people doing well in the field events?’,” she recalled. “It’s hard to have a lot of people doing well in the field events if nobody actually comes home to show the talent the coaches have here,” she analysed. “So it’s a big jump, and it was risky at first, but I like the transition because it’s been going well.” With astute advice from her coach, Kerry-Lee Ricketts, the former Vere Technical High School student-athlete qualified for the Worlds at the last opportunity with a winning 14.23-metre jump at the NACAC Championships in Costa Rica. Now their goal is to make her faster and stronger. MORE SPEED “This year,” she revealed, “we’re focusing on getting more speed down the runway, as well as strengthening, making sure I’m more powerful.” Now almost 24, Thomas has great respect for retired 2005 World Champion Trecia Smith and her former Vere Technical teammate, Kimberly Williams, who in 2014 succeeded Smith as Commonwealth champion. Mention of Smith’s national record of 15.16 metres and Thomas glows. “That’s a really big performance, and I would love to jump at least 15.01,” she envisioned, “just to be over the mark.” During her San Diego years, the 2008 Carifta Games Under-17 champion ran relays on a regular basis. Now she dreams of running the 4×400 in black green and gold. “Every season, I contemplate doing the 400, but when I start thinking about the training for the 400,” she shudders, “I’m like, no. I’m going to stick with the triple jump.” She is encouraged by the relay running of World and Olympic triple jump men’s champion Christian Taylor at the 2014 World Relays. “If it’s not the Olympics or the World Championships,” she said, “if it’s even like the Pan-Am Games or something like that, I want to run a 4×4 … for Jamaica.” Runs over 350 and 400 metres are part of her background training for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, and she says “you’ll maybe see me on the 4×4 for UWI for the preparation towards Rio”.last_img read more

GOLFER PADRAIG HARRINGTON DONATES TOP CLUB TO LADIES GAELIC CLASSIC THIS FRIDAY

first_imgGOLFER Padraig Harrington has donated a club he used on tour last year – to help the Donegal Ladies Gaelic Footballers!The annual fundraising golf classic is this Friday at the Ballybofey & Stranorlar Golf Club with €2,000 worth of other prizes on offer.But it will be the signed Harrington club which will be the envy of golfers everywhere. Donegal captain Michael Murphy, who is a keen golfer, is supporting the Ladies with his brilliant team – Rory Kavanagh, Neil Gallagher and Éamon McGee.There are still some slots available for the fundraiser which helps the Donegal Ladies teams in their efforts this year. The senior ladies have won Lidl Division 2 and now get ready for the Ulster Championship whilst the U14s face Cavan in the Ulster A final this sunday.The number to call to play on the day is 07491 31093.There are loads of prizes on offer throughout the day including hats and gloves signed by Harrington.  GOLFER PADRAIG HARRINGTON DONATES TOP CLUB TO LADIES GAELIC CLASSIC THIS FRIDAY was last modified: May 16th, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:annual golf classicDonegal ladies gaelicMay 20last_img read more

EMMET RUSHE’S FITNESS COLUMN: TOO BUSY TO EAT

first_imgBY EMMET RUSHE: This week has been an eventful one.In the past 7 days, I have finished up my job, started full time at my Personal Training business, moved location to Optimal Fitness, all while moving house… and we have begun building our new house……….phew!!!!It would be easy to assume that my eating these past few weeks has been pretty crappy, but you know what happens when you assume something. During times of increased pressure and stress, mistakes in our dietary habits can easily happen.You don’t have time to prepare meals. You are snowed under at work and haven’t time for lunch. You are rushing from place to place and grabbing the quickest thing that comes to hand and those things are usually junk.Is it any wonder that some of us wake up one morning and wonder what the hell happened?How do we get around this problem? How do we make better choices when you are tight for time and finding it hard to think ahead?Here’s a few things that I did over the last few weeks that help me to stay on track and keep mistakes to a minimum.1: I got up earlyWhen you know you are going to have a busy day ahead of you, setting the alarm to go off half an hour earlier than usual means you can get up and prepare yourself a big breakfast.This isn’t anything new. Our mothers have been telling you this for years and mammies know best. By eating a balanced breakfast not only are you are curbing hunger for a few hours, you are also helping your concentration levels and because your satiety levels are increased the likelihood of reaching for something at the till is greatly reduced.2: I reduced my carbohydrate intake.My training was all over the place because of different projects pulling me from pillar to post.Carbs are a fuel source for our body; if the body is idle it doesn’t need as much fuel. Reducing your intake of carbs to mainly around training times means your body will use them for energy and you won’t have excess in your system that can be stored as fat. 3: I increased my intake of vegetables.When you take something out you simply cannot leave a void.Increasing your intake of vegetables with every meal will help keep you feeling fuller for longer during and after meals and because vegetables have very few calories, you don’t have to worry about how much you eat.4: I snacked on fruit and nutsWhen you are in a hurry you always end up reaching for the quick fix food choices.Keeping portions of fruit and nuts at hand means you will always have a quick and portable snack at hand.Portion sizes for nuts are a small palm-full or a thumb length of them (not the whole bag).The reduction of carbs means that our fat intake will have to increase to keep energy levels up; snacking on nuts can help with this.5: I ate protein with every meal.This should be a staple of every diet no matter what the goal is.Protein helps with satiety levels and will keep you fuller for longer and because it is so satisfying it is very hard to over eat, you are getting calorie control without even knowing it.Protein is also needed for maintenance of and increasing muscle mass, this is not a bad thing.The more muscle you have the more calories your burn at rest.You are basically turning your body into a fat burning machine; pass the chicken ☺These are some basic tips that you can use when you are busy and find it hard to pre-prepare your meals in advance. They should help you keep on track.#TrainSmartIf you have any question on this article or for getting a tailored program to help you reach your goals, please contact me through the link below.https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rushe-Personal-Training-and-Performance/120518884715118* Emmet is the owner and operator of Rushe Personal Training and PerformanceEMMET RUSHE’S FITNESS COLUMN: TOO BUSY TO EAT was last modified: May 19th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:emmet rushefitness columnlast_img read more