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do a handstand9:14 p.m.: Wild regular from Germany's third man, which ended with an extremely overrotated 2.5 twist. The Germans seem to be having some trouble adjusting to the bounce of the podium. But again, that is what this whole day is for.

Backaches are mainly caused by a misalignment of the spine which in turn are caused by bad posture or injury brought about by things like sudden movements or carrying excess weights. The best course of action in treatment of back pain is to extend and break the spine, allowing it to realign itself as far as possible. Many people resort to expensive medical treatments like painkillers but these end up making the body more toxic and just treat the symptoms, not the cause. Here are two simple and secure handstand yoga poses which will probably give backache sufferers real relief and should be tried before anything else.

If you train a workout with high volume (i.e. lots of sets) you ought to wait before training it again. But because this program only hits you with one set at a time, it is possible to train a good deal more frequently and see some unbelievable long-term strength gains.

5:24 p.m.: Two great routines. Diego Hypolito floor: Whip to Arabian double pike. 1.5 to Randi. 2.5 to front double. Press to planche Handstand. Tucked Thomas. Triple full. Although little was stuck, he took only teeny tiny hops on those landings and is so clean in his spins. Excellent.

This is where my passion lays: the psychology behind weight reduction. Success, according to Tony Robbins, is 20% mechanics (the how-to's) and 80% the mechanics. We all know how to go about attaining goals, what ever they may be, but implementing them is where we fail.

Yamilet Pena, flooring: Her floor music, which I wrote was salsa another day, is actually a mix from Dominican merengue singer Juan Luis Guerra. Double Arabian to start. Double tuck to end. But only gets 12.3 -- something must have happened in the middle.

8:41 p.m.: Wonderfully aggressive regular from Philipp Boy on parallel bars. It was the one occasion he didn't seem too pleased with himself for at Euros, but that was really good stuff, clean and smooth with amazing form. Stuck double pike dismount.

Dorina Boczogo, floor: Double tuck, somewhat low. But then double front! Fights to keep it on her toes. Double pike to finish. A power tumbler, that one.