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SJ Suryah Plays Villain In The Telugu Version Of Bogan
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SJ Suryah is going through a purple patch as an actor. The director-turned-actor has a busy schedule, working in a number of films in Kollywood. Also, SJ Suryah will be replacing Arvind Swamy in the Telugu remake of 'Bogan'. After a stellar performance in 'Iraivi', he has done the lead role in director Selvaraghavan's 'Nenjam Marappathillai' which is ready for release. He is playing the lead villain in AR Muragadoss's bilingual 'Spyder' which has Mahesh Babu and Rakul Preet Singh.
Pistol Squats Improves Joint Mobility
The ability to pistol squat requires a lifter to have sufficient ankle, knee, and hip mobility and joint control (hopefully). The amount of joint flexion in the ankles, knees, and hips at the bottom of the pistol squat are very similar to the deep squat (bilateral, aka with both legs), and then some. Increasing one’s ability to promote force and establish a deep sense of control and confident in one’s movement throughout the full anthropometric range of motion is the key to sustaining proper mob...
Eating Disorders Are More Profound In Females
A new research has found that women are majorly affected by the eating disorder, also defined as a mental disorder that causes abnormal eating habits and negatively affects a person’s physical or mental health. “It is important to stress that the study does not work on the assumption that issues concerning gender identity are only relevant to the experience and treatment of eating disorders in girls and women,” said Su Holmes, a researcher at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, the UK.