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  1. Whether you're a fan of Real Madrid or not, the artistry in their goal-scoring ability is something every football fan would laud. The Los Blancos cannot only score rapidly, but they seem to have mastered the art of scoring amazing goals over the years. But, it seems that the Spanish giants tend to keep the best of their goals for the UEFA Champions League. Many would remember Zinedine Zidane's brilliant left-footed volley against Bayer Leverkusen which powered Real Madrid to the 2002 Champions League title following a 2-1 win in the final. More recently, it was Cristiano Ronaldo whose 'bicycle kick' wonder goal saw the Juventus fans applauding his effort from the stands in the quaterfinals. On 27th May, Real Madrid's romance with amazing goals continued. While both Zidane and Ronaldo were present in this season's final, it was Gareth Bale - the man who was initially dropped from the Starting XI - who made the summit clash against Liverpool his own. Twitter Karim Benzema had already justified his selection ahead of Bale after capitalising on a lapse of concentration from Reds' keeper Loris Karius whose error cost his side the opening goal in the 51st minute. However, just four minutes later, Sadio Mane levelled the proceedings for Liverpool following a corner. With their one goal lead up in flames, Madrid were looking to pull ahead when manager Zidane brought Bale on for Isco in the 61st minute. Entrusted with the responsibility of making an impact, Bale took just three minutes to restore the lead for Madrid. And, he did so in ways beyond logic and understanding. This goal by Bale is out of control!! #UCLFinal pic.twitter.com/BYeEz8HEtH — All Sports ALL Day (@SportDebates365) May 26, 2018 Receiving the ball from Marcelo, Bale had his back towards goal as he plunged in the air unleased the ambitious 'bicycle kick'. While it takes more than just practice to get it right in a live game, Bale couldn't have pulled it off any better. It had perfect height and incredibly accurate leverage which sent the ball crashing into the top-left corner of the goal. The Welshman struck again in the 83rd minute when he smashed a long-range effort which eventually went through the hands of nervous Karius. While his second goal eventually sealed a 3-1 win for his side, it was his gravity-defying wonder goal earlier in the game that earned all the plaudits before being hailed as one of the greatest goals in a Champions League final. It's Too Hot To Handle Zidane's reaction to Bale wonder goal always amazing, henhad a similar reaction to Ronaldo strike in Turin #UCLfinal #UCLFinal2018 pic.twitter.com/wwftf7XQqF — Mwafrika Asili (@MwafrikaAsili) May 26, 2018 One Of The Best Of All Times What a ridiculous goal from @GarethBale11. Unquestionably one of the best goals of all time. Here it is if you haven't seen it: pic.twitter.com/4yQfv5HkZW — Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) May 26, 2018 Incredi-BALE OMG! Bale has out Ronaldo'd Ronaldo. Incredi-BALE. — Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) May 26, 2018 Staggering Goal OMG what a staggering goal from @GarethBale11 #UCLFINAL — Alan Shearer (@alanshearer) May 26, 2018 Best Ever Not joking. That may be the best goal I've ever seen... good timing as well like! — Gary Neville (@GNev2) May 26, 2018 This One's Just For Fun When Bale comes off the bench to score and overhead kick winner!! ð±ð± pic.twitter.com/PCSJMjilLE — liam rolland (@LiamRolland) May 26, 2018
  2. If I had a dollar for every time someone said you can't absorb more than 20 to 25 grams of protein in a sitting, I would have been close to being stashed. This 'myth' is probably what gave rise to the misconception of having to eat 6-8 meals a day if you are looking to build muscle. One of the reasons you see iron-heads carrying tupperware everywhere. The funny part is, no one knows where this 20-25 gram cap originated from. This 'rule' of not eating more than 20-25 gram protein in a sitting has been followed by professional bodybuilders and fitness enthusiast for as long as anyone can remember. Explanations ranging from excess protein being wasted to too much protein being harmful for kidneys, there have been many senseless reasons given without any backing whatsoever, but luckily we now have research to tell us how much can we eat in a sitting and no, 'excess” protein will not be wasted'. An analysis of the collective research on the subject of protein utilization done by Alan Aragon and Brad Schoenfeld concluded that lifters interested in maximizing muscle protein synthesis should consume protein at a minimum rate of 0.4 g/kg per meal, spread across a minimum of 4 meals, in order to reach a minimum daily goal of 1.6 grams of protein per kilogram. For people who eat 2.2 grams of protein per kilogram, the number is 0.55 g/kg per meal, likewise spread across a minimum of 4 meals. Here's the research. So, if we take an average 80 kg man, the calculations would be- Minimum recommendation (0.4 g/kg/meal): 32 grams of protein per meal Maximum recommendation (0.55 g/kg/meal): 44 grams of protein per meal This means, the experts have been heavily incorrect in the past in saying that you cannot digest more than 20-25 grams of protein per meal because the opposite seems to be true and you should be looking at eating more protein in every sitting and increase your protein intake in general. Eating more protein is better when compared other macronutrients because of high TEF (thermic effect of food) and other metabolic advantages such as faster recovery. Although I am not recommending skipping any macronutrients in favor of eating more protein but if you have a big buffer of calories and you can cut down on either fat or carbs a little without any discomfort, then doing so seems like a good idea. So much so that a study done be Jose Antonio found that subjects consuming higher than recommended amount of protein gained very less fat as compared to people who were not. The high amount of protein did not have any negative effects on the kidneys or any other body functions. take an indeth look here. Take home points- There is no such term as “excess protein” and if you eat protein above a certain amount, it would not go to waste. The higher the intake of protein, the better it is for you when trying to make changes in body composition, whether trying to lose fat or gain weight. Shoot for around 1.6 to 2.2 grams of protein per kilogram of bodyweight. High protein intake does not affect renal (kidney) functions in healthy individuals. If one is already suffering from kidney issues, consulting with a medical practitioner before deciding on the protein intake is the best thing to do. There is no such term as “excess protein” and if you eat protein above a certain amount, it would not go to waste. The higher the intake of protein, the better it is for you when trying to make changes in body composition, whether trying to lose fat or gain weight. Shoot for around 1.6 to 2.2 grams of protein per kilogram of bodyweight. High protein intake does not affect renal (kidney) functions in healthy individuals. If one is already suffering from kidney issues, consulting with a medical practitioner before deciding on the protein intake is the best thing to do.
  3. The teaser of Kunal Kapoor's new film – 'Noblemen' just dropped and it shows a dark story that hasn't been discussed in a long time. The story talks about the disturbing yet important issue of bullying in high schools. Simple yet extremely problematic. While many of us might think such problems don't exist in our country, because we haven't been through it, the teaser shows us another side of the coin. © Yoodlee Films Directed by Vandana Kataria, the movie has an ensemble of fresh faces, along with Kunal Kapoor. The movie at a point even reminds you of Netflix's '13 Reasons Why', maybe of the mere fact that both deal with serious bullying issues and its consequences. © Yoodlee Films The story is narrated by 15-year-old Shay (Ali Haji ), who is struggling and being savagely bullied by a gang. Set in an all boys' boarding school, we see Shay's love for dramatics and Murali (Kunal Kapoor) a theatre inductor encourages him to follow his passion. © Yoodlee Films The teaser gives you goosebumps and piques your interest right from the start. A vocal adaptation of Sahir Ludhianvi's lyrics from 'Ye Duniya Agar Mil Bhi Jaaye' from Guru Dutt's film 'Pyaasa' has been used in the backdrop that builds the intensity of the story and flows perfectly with the way violence is depicted. © Yoodlee Films What starts as a desire to play and stage Shakespeare's play, 'The Merchant of Venice', turns into something that none of them predicted. © Yoodlee Films Murali wants Shay to use his worst fear and channel it into acting on stage, but we see someone losing his innocence and life both at the same time. © Yoodlee Films 'Noblemen' has already received critical acclaim in the New York Indian Film Festival 2018. Ali Haji's performance was loved to an extent that he even won the award for Best Child Actor. Check out the teaser here:
  4. Ronaldinho is honestly on some other level. The former Brazilian footballer has been dating, living with, and engaged to two women at the same time, and is now going to marry both of them, together! Tbh, I don't have any words, and I don't even need to say anything, this story is wild from the beginning. While we can't even find one person we like enough to date, this guy is with two beautiful women and is living his best life. The 'fiancees' in question are Priscilla Coelho and Beatriz Souza, and both of them apparently already live with him at his £5million Rio de Janeiro mansion, but things are soon to become more official. According to Brazilian media reports, he will marry both of them in a private ceremony in the mansion this August. © Twitter Reportedly, he had been dating Priscilla for several years and then started dating Beatriz in 2016. I'm honestly very confused at this point. But, at least he's fair and loves both of them equally. Both of his girlfriends receive an 'allowance' of around £1,500 from the footballer to spend as they wish. He always gives them the same gifts, so as to probably avoid any fights. Smart. © Twitter In January 2017, he apparently asked both his girlfriends to marry him and presented them with engagement rings, however, he firmly denied the development last year. He wrote on Twitter, “Do not believe in any news, the day I get engaged, I will tell you.” But, with so many reports coming out now, the news of this August wedding seems legit, and we will have to just wait and see how three people actually get married, because I don't think anyone has ever seen a wedding like that.
  5. Jeans T-Shirt is your sartorial Daal-Chawal - basic, but indispensable. What are some of the words that you can use as an adjective for the phrase 'Jeans T-shirt combo'? Comfortable? Casual? Basic? You're absolutely right, because this is a combo that is straight-up unparalleled when it comes to functional outfits. But there are some other adjectives, too. For example, 'awesome' and 'stylish'. Not quite convinced? Say hello to Avjeet Randhawa, model and lover of all things fashionable, who is teaching us how to jazz up a basic-ass Jeans T-shirt combo with one deceptively simple trick. © MensXP/Anubhav Sood / Wardrobe Partner: Numero Uno Avjeet believes that style is something you invent, so it is extremely individualistic by its very nature. You don't have to read a book or follow a catalogue to learn style tips and tricks, if you just venture outside your comfortable 'tried and tested' bubble with enough conviction. It can be something as simple as wearing your running shoes with your tux (look how big that turned out to be!), or something as complicated as wearing your shirts as your pants (it can be done, we promise). What always comes out of these situations, however, is your individuality, with a kickass new aesthetic. Taking a cue from this, Avjeet has figured out a way to make his jeans look different - a way that is quirky, yet unbelievably simple. © MensXP/Anubhav Sood / Wardrobe Partner: Numero Uno "Get an oversized pair of relaxed jeans that fits you at the waist, and don't bother altering the length. When you wear it, instead of making multiple folds, just go with one huge fold. That's all!" Weird? Yes. Awesome? YES! © MensXP/Anubhav Sood / Wardrobe Partner: Numero Uno Wear whatever footwear you feel like wearing, depending on the T-shirt. You can go for loafers, sneakers, brogues, or even moccasins if you want an avant-garde look. Who'd have thought coming up with a high fashion, unusual look is that simple? © MensXP/Anubhav Sood / Wardrobe Partner: Numero Uno Solids go best with a pair of jeans that has been given this treatment, but don't shy away from experimenting with printed and graphic T-shirts as well. Experiment is the key after all, as we have just learnt. '31 Days Of Denim' is a social experiment of sorts, or in layman terms, the ultimate Denim guide, on how to inject your personality, and inherent sense of self into, say, a basic-ass pair of jeans. Bonus: It features the finest men in the capital, all with very distinct style sensibilities, but primarily, each having an innate love for all things denim. Creative Direction: Santu Misra Styling: Siddharth Batra Assisted By: Sowrav Bhowmik Fashion Assistant: Rohan Kwatra Photographer: Anubhav Sood Hair & Make-Up: Shallu Chandla Wardrobe Partner: Numero Uno
  6. Honor has been getting more aggressive in the Indian smartphone market when it comes to affordable smartphones, and the same can be said about their latest offering. The Honor 10 is a great looking device that doesn't break your bank balance and delivers more than one can ask for. Its a natural competitor for the OnePlus 6 and has solid specifications that make it a worthy contender. It has new features such as an under-the-glass fingerprint scanner and an AI camera, that in our opinion, delivers more than we expected. It even has a notch which can be removed with the software. We've been using the device for almost 3 weeks and it was our go-to device until the OnePlus 6 launched. Here's our opinion of the Honor 10 and why we feel it is a good option in the mid-budget segment. Design Language The very first thing you will notice about the device is how great it looks. It has an eye-catching back that is made up of a stunning pearlescent glass back and has a tall-thin body-to-screen form factor. We've been using the Phantom Blue variant and to be honest, we could not get our eyes off of it. © MensXP The device is built in a way that it feels lighter, a bit shorter and not as wide as other phones in the segment. It feels great in the hand while gripping the device is reminiscent of the iPhone 6/6s form factor. The narrow chassis is the most noticeable feature of the phone when it comes to design language and we want more companies to make smartphones of this size. © MensXP The fingering sensor is on the front of the device which in our opinion was a great decision as it allows to have a really sexy back design. The fingerprint sensor sits underneath the glass and even though it isn't that noticeable, the performance of the sensor disappointed us. It particularly doesn't perform well if you have sweaty fingers like me. In terms of other features, it has a USB Type-C port for faster charging and a 3.5mm headphone jack for music lovers. It even supports dual sims so if you like to use multiple numbers, you won't be disappointed here. Display Since the device is not as wide as other devices with a full-view design, the Honor 10 is equipped with a 5.8-inch FHD+ IPS LCD display and has a resolution of 1,080X 2,280 pixels. The screen looks absolutely beautiful to look at - even with that notch and most people won't notice the difference between this screen and an AMOLED panel. © MensXP By default, the display has excellent colour reproduction, however, the contrast and peak brightness are not as high as we expected it to be. In our tests, the display was able to achieve 94.3% coverage of the sRGB colour gamut which is quite impressive for a mid-budget device. Due to the low contrast and brightness, it was a bit hard to use the phone in bright sunny environments and one would have to turn on the Vivid mode to use the phone more effectively. Performance The Honor 10 is powered by Huawei's proprietary chipset i,e, the Kirin 970 SoC. It is the same processor that is being used on the Huawei P20, P20 Pro and View 10. The chipset has been coupled with 6GB of RAM which is more than enough to carry out daily tasks and heavy gaming. In fact, during our tests, the processor performed well when compared to some other devices in the same price bracket but it didn't manage to beat them. © MensXP In terms of graphics performance, the Honor 10 did well when we tested the device by playing a few rounds of PUBG. We noticed no lag, glitches or frame rate drops and were completely satisfied with the experience. The onscreen scores are at par with flagship devices like the Galaxy S8 and will probably be able to handle any heavy-duty game you throw at it. Having said all of the above, the Honor 10 didn't fare well in terms of battery life. You would often find yourself charging the device at least twice in a day and for intense users, you can experience a battery life of 12 hours. Honor will have to improve the battery life performance on future phones if it intends to compete in a very crowded market. Camera Performance The Honor 10 has a dual camera setup that consists of 16- and 24-megapixel sensors that each have an aperture of f/1.8. The second sensor is primarily used for monochrome photography and can also be used to add more details in colour pictures. © MensXP The AI software in the camera can be a great help as it is able to identify different types of scenes and objects. The software optimises the camera settings according to your subject for the perfect shot, and in our opinion it worked well nine out of ten times. While using the AI mode, the camera results were impressive and worked like a charm. In fact we feel it has the best camera for a smartphone priced between Rs 30,000 and Rs 40,000 —yes it beats the OnePlus 6. Here are some camera samples to draw your own conclusion: Images taken while reviewing the #Honor10 A post shared by Akshay Bhalla / Høax (@editorinchief) on May 21, 2018 at 12:21am PDT The Final Say The Honor 10 is probably one of the best-looking smartphones we've used in 2018 — possibly all time. It's a powerful phone that can deliver some amazing pictures and it only costs INR 32,999. Having said that, the battery life of the smartphone is not as great as its competitors, so you will have to carry a power bank with you. If you want a smartphone that is a head turner, the Honor 10 is for you.
  7. The OnePlus 6 has already been selling like hot cakes in India, however, if you are in two minds about buying the device, we decided to compile a list of everything we love about the phone. To be honest, it's a smartphone that can give the likes of iPhone X and Galaxy S9 Plus a run for its money when it comes to performance. You could also argue the fact that you get a smartphone that's almost half the price of an iPhone X and has features that are missing from every other smartphone in this segment. Here are 5 things we love about the OnePlus 6 and why you should buy the smartphone: 1. Dash Charge Is A Dream © YouTube The dash charge on the OnePlus 6 is probably the best fast chargers we've used on a smartphone, which cannot be found even on the top flagships of 2018. What's great about the Dash Charger is that it doesn't overheat the phone as all the handwork is taking place in the charging brick itself. Since the brick keeps the heat away from your smartphone's components, it is capable of getting charged at full throttle without damaging the innards of your device. No other flagship device even comes close to OnePlus 6's dash charging speed and on the iPhone X, you will have to buy a separate charger and cable in order to use the functionality. 2. The Headphone Jack Is Still Here © OnePlus If you are an audiophile like me and want to keep using your premium headphones, you have the option of using the headphone jack on the OnePlus 6. Analog audio output will always be superior to any Bluetooth hearing device out there and we feel it is still one of the most important features on the phone. You can always buy the Bullets wireless if you prefer to use wireless headphones, however, we feel that for a true music experience, the headphone jack is always the way to go. 3. It's Water Resistant © OnePlus It's the first Chinese smartphone that has water resistance and there's no other smartphone in this price segment that offers this feature. Sure there is no certification for its water resistance capabilities but it is still impressive to see this feature in a mid-budget device. If you are as clumsy as me, you will love this feature regardless. 4. Face Unlock Is Super Fast © YouTube We've been testing the phone thoroughly and we feel the OnePlus 6 probably has the fastest face unlocking capabilities. It's faster than Face ID, as we don't even see the lock screen unlocking. You can use facial recognition for digital payments as well, even though we feel it isn't as secure as it should be. Having said that, the OnePlus 6 is the easiest smartphone to unlock and works well in poorly lit conditions too. 5. You Can Turn off The Notch © YouTube Yes, OnePlus copied the iPhone X's notch and it has been a centre of controversy ever since it was announced. It's not like every other smartphone company is doing that, right? —wait, they all are! So, with that out of the way, OnePlus gives you the option to disable the notch if you want back that classic black bar look. You can read our step by step guide here. © YouTube The OnePlus 6 is one of the highest anticipated smartphones of 2018 and we are currently reviewing the smartphone for our readers. The device is probably one of the fastest phones we've played with and we feel these five reasons are essential to consider when buying a smartphone. If you're interested in buying the OnePlus 6, you can buy it here
  8. What is the one thing you'd like to do in life, but haven't got around to yet? This week, we get introspective and look at the things we'd love to do but haven't found the time to do yet. Brandon (Senior tech support and development) Travel more. I've traveled a little bit, but there are still many many places I'd like to visit. Something tells me I'll need to wait for some of the kids to get older and move out first however. Mark H (Tech support) Take a vacation in Hawaii, as that will complete a goal I set in my youth: Visit all 50 States of the US. Have vacationed, usually camping, in 49 of them so far. Marc S (Tech Support) I have a friend who I have spoken to in the US since I was about 13, through originally chatrooms, then ICQ, and these days Facebook. We have always said one day we will meet up, and thats something I certainly intend to do one day, but havent gotten around to it. Rhett (Cloud Support) A week in Phillip Island, Australia for the MotoGP Race. It's still on my todo list! Matt (Senior Developer) Write a book. Unlike my colleagues, I have no strong desire to travel. I've always wanted to write a book though. In my early teens I used to spend time in front of a mechanical typewriter (through choice, I'm not THAT old) and knocked out a few short stories. They were awful, obviously, but I do love the written word and have a few stories I'd like to get down. Andy (Senior tech support and development) Over the years I’ve started learning a few languages and know just enough French and Italian to be dangerous. I’ve never really focused on either though. I would definitely like to get around to becoming a proficient speaker in at least one other non native language. Mark W (Senior Developer) I'm going to go with everyone else and say more travel. Since I get to work from home I often get a niggling feeling that I could be doing this anywhere in the world rather than in my little office in Colchester. I've made some strides in that direction this year: I spent New Years Eve in Sydney, a somewhat interesting series of events led me to spend some time in Washington DC (but that's a story for another time), plus I visited Berlin and Krakow. 4 countries in one year isn't too bad I think, hopefully next year I can break it though! Jennifer (Designer) Visiting my Irish friend in the UK and attempting to go drink for drink with him to see what sort of shenanigans/trouble he gets me into. Daniel (Senior tech support and development) I want to sail around the world for at least one year (but preferable much longer) and visit as many countries as possible on this trip. I would really love to spent my whole retirement on a sailing ship cruising around the world till i get bankrupt! Stuart (Senior tech support and development) I think quite a few people may have a similar answer, but travelling more is something I would really love to do but haven't got to it yet. I've been to USA many times. There are many places on the list I'd like to go at some point like Peru (Machu Picchu), Austraila, Dubai, Indonesia, Bali... Endless list really. A more realistic answer would be to finish some of my project cars that have been sat in a barn for years. We'd love to hear what you would like to do, but don't have time for just yet. Let us know below!
  9. This week, the team have been discussing the one thing they can not live without. Some found this a hard question to answer. What is the one thing you cannot live without? A tricky question for some. Could you pick just one thing? Brandon (Senior tech support and development) My family is my saving grace and escape, and even though they're (collectively) the ones typically causing me the most work I wouldn't trade them for anything. Mark H (Tech support) I believe my choice would have to be "good coffee". I can deal with no phone, even deal with no credit card. But no coffee? The horror.... the horror. (2 points for naming the reference). Marc S (Tech Support) For me, no matter how much I like my computer, and look around for my phone before I do so much as make a coffee, it would have to be speakers. Not because I have a decent set of speakers, and don't even have to be my own speakers, but something that can play music. Whether I'm doing tickets, developing, cleaning, driving, sat in my office or sat in a bar, its the one thing I cant do without. Rhett (Cloud Support) The question really has two answers, On the tech side, it would be my iPhone, I can do anything from it you can think of really and my go to device for communication of all sorts. In life in general, that's an easy one, "My children, they are the center of my life, and really all that matters is I have them by my side!" Matt (Senior Developer) The one "thing" means I don't have to say family or kids! So I definitely think it has to be my MacBook Pro. I switched from a traditional desktop set-up earlier in the year and haven't looked back. I like being able to pick up my MacBook and carry on working while out and about. When I'm home, I plug it up to my two external monitors and it performs as well as any desktop. Jennifer (Designer) My iPhone. There is no worse thing than leaving my house without being able to check my chat programs or to be able to play Pokemon Go. Daniel (Senior tech support and development) The nerd in me can't live without alfredapp to automate all the things! ( check out their great forum https://www.alfredforum.com ) And the two hours a day of free time I get, I couldn't be without my son and bike. Stuart (Senior tech support and development) I pretty much couldn't be without my laptop, I use it for everything from Gaming, Films to Work. Is there one thing that you can't be without? Let us know below!
  10. Just freshly installed ips 4.21 nulled, signed in with admin account i created during install. I can access the moderatorCP but the AdminCP is locked ...how can I access it ? See pic included... thanks in advance. I am really new to this so feel free to dumb down your answer.....thanks
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