How To Lose Weight In Unprecedented Times With Nico Dandini, Fitness Professional And Coach At Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning – Press Release


WOBURN, MA / ACCESSWIRE / December 2, 2020 / Losing weight and reaching your fitness goals is tough, even in the best circumstances.

Throw in a pandemic and a year marked by chaos, and losing weight can feel nearly impossible. However, according to Nico Dandini, fitness professional and coach at the renowned Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning gym (MBSC), achieving your fitness goals is still completely possible.

Nico Dandini graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2018 with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Kinesiology. He subsequently landed a job as a personal trainer at MBSC. Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning has been recognized as a Top 10 Gym in the nation in multiple publications, including Men’s Health and Women’s Health Magazines. The gym is well known for both their functional training and sports performance training programs.

Over the last 2 years, Nico Dandini has trained athletes, teams, and

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Rugby: Wales coach Pivac unhappy with referee after loss to England


FILE PHOTO: Rugby Union – Autumn Nations Cup – Wales v England – Parc y Scarlets, Llanelli, Wales, Britain – November 28, 2020 Wales head coach Wayne Pivac before the match REUTERS/Rebecca Naden/File Photo

(Reuters) – Wales head coach Wayne Pivac has questioned some of referee Romain Poite’s decisions in Saturday’s 24-13 Autumn Nations Cup defeat by England and said he would talk to World Rugby about the Frenchman’s performance.

Pivac said England’s first try, which was scored by Henry Slade, should not have stood as Wales fly half Dan Biggar seemed to be tackled in the air by Sam Underhill in the build up.

“We talk to World Rugby about referees every week,” Pivac said. “We will do it on this occasion because I was not happy with England’s first try.

“The television match official called a tackle in the air but the referee overruled him. Our captain asked

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Cycling Coach ‘Lied’ in Denying Knowledge of Doping


MANCHESTER—A cycling coach who allegedly bullied former Team Sky and British Cycling doctor Richard Freeman into ordering banned testosterone was “lying” when he claimed to have never witnessed riders using performance-enhancing drugs, a medical tribunal heard.

Shane Sutton is said to have seen syringes used by riders in the toilet of a fast-food restaurant before a race in 1987.

The claim was made by former rider Kvetoslav Palov, a former teammate of Sutton’s, who appeared as a witness for Dr Freeman.

Dr Freeman admits placing the order for 30 sachets of Testogel but denies it was intended to dope a rider.

He claims he was “bullied” into ordering it by Mr Sutton to help treat the coach’s erectile dysfunction. 

Mr Sutton denies this and claims Dr Freeman is lying.



 

Bloody Syringes

A fitness to practice hearing at the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS) in Manchester heard how Mr Palov provided

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