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World Cup 2022: How to get a harder shot


German football is on the ground. Now we all have to tackle it. I found useful tips in a men's magazine.

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Has a very hard shot: Lionel Messi

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The great football melancholy that has settled over this country makes you do strange things.

For example, I picked up the December issue of Men's Health at the newsagent's.

On the back I saw a big advertisement for the German World Cup jerseys.

Tragic, I thought.

In December, Germany was only in the tournament for half a day.

I was confronted with a small booklet that was enclosed with the issue, an "extra booklet for footballers."

You mean me, I thought.

Because I'm a soccer player.

I bought the magazine, it was just a bit more expensive than a SPIEGEL.

At home I lay down on the sofa and leafed through the pages.

I was drawn to the themes ("This is how you get a harder shot").

Erling Haaland, for example, I learned on page 59, wears blue blocker glasses before going to bed to protect his eyes from the blue light frequency range.

The "Men's Health Fitness Director," who was introduced to me in the magazine, makes an anti-aging tea made from lapacho, glycine, quercetin, chamomile and garcinia in the evening.

I'll have to see if I have the ingredients on hand.

But maybe I'll start with the simple tips.

On page 39 you should always unpack your football bag immediately after training.

And for the cabin, we recommend purchasing a drinks fridge with a capacity of 340 liters for 729 euros.

So it's not like German football is irretrievably at an end.

The tips are on the table.

Now it's up to us footballers to put them into practice.

Melancholy, I grabbed the remote control: Maybe soccer is coming somewhere.

But there was no football, the Rosenheim Cops came.

Source: spiegel

All sports articles on 2022-12-04

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