TOP News

Australia: Perth fitness will take time: Sturridge

The health trends worthy of your attention in 2022

  The health trends worthy of your attention in 2022 From micro and HIRT workouts, "fake" fish and "dairy" milk without the cow, here's how we'll be eating and exercising in the year ahead.If COVID has a silver lining, it's that working from home makes it easier to slot in quick bites of exercise, so it's no surprise that micro workouts are one of 2022's trends predicted by the Australian Institute of Fitness.

Perth forward Daniel Sturridge says he's no different to the rest of his Glory teammates, claiming they will all take time to get back to full fitness after ending a six-week hiatus from the A-League Men.

Perth's Daniel Sturridge (R) is hoping for more minutes against Sydney FC as his fitness improves. © Darren England/AAP PHOTOS Perth's Daniel Sturridge (R) is hoping for more minutes against Sydney FC as his fitness improves.

After being forced to quarantine in Queensland and Western Australia over the last month, Glory returned to the field in Wednesday's 1-0 loss to Brisbane Roar.

Sturridge got 25 minutes off the bench and will come into contention for longer game time in Saturday's clash with Sydney FC at Kogarah Oval before a game with Macarthur FC on Wednesday.

Man, 28, charged over allegedly using fake COVID identification documents to enter Crown Perth

  Man, 28, charged over allegedly using fake COVID identification documents to enter Crown Perth A 28-year-old man is charged over allegedly using fake identification and proof-of-vaccination documents to enter the Crown Perth complex on Wednesday.The man was permitted to enter Crown on Wednesday after providing a WA driver's licence and digital vaccination certificate on a mobile phone.

Sturridge, who hasn't got through a full 90-minute performance in over two years, said the whole squad was likely to be subjected to rotation due to the lengthy period without a game.

"It's about the coach (Richard Garcia) making the best decisions for the squad, it's not about individuals," he said.

"He has to manage the loads of the players including me because I don't think there's many other teams going through what we are going through in terms of schedule.

"Coming out of quarantine it's going to put a lot of strain on everybody. I think everybody is in the same situation.

"We're all building to the level prior to quarantine. Then to have a backlog of games is very difficult. I think there'll be a lot of rotation due to fitness."

The constraints placed on Perth, who haven't played at home since the opening game of the season, were further complicated by the announcement of new border restrictions on Thursday.

Simple recipe with little carbohydrates: This fitness salad is perfect for dinner bread

 Simple recipe with little carbohydrates: This fitness salad is perfect for dinner bread © Provided by Berliner Kurier It's delicious. He is light. He is healthy. This super simple fitness salad will inspire you. You just need a bit of vegetables, delicious oil and a creamy cheese - the dinner is already on the table. Try it - you will be excited.

The ex-Liverpool striker has spent just 10 days in WA and the new rules introduced by Premier Mark McGowan mean there is little hope of him returning there anytime soon.

But while he empathised, the former England international said there was no point the Glory feeling sorry for themselves.

"We're focused solely on Sydney," he said.

"We're not really talking about the circumstances of what the future may hold. Once the game is out of the way we can have discussions about how it all feels.

"I don't have a base in Perth so it doesn't affect everyone else as much as me.

"These are the cards we have been dealt and we can't get around any regulations. We've got to do the best we can as players to perform on the pitch."

of because of healthy: That makes every salad for the absolute calorie trap .
salads are delicious, fresh and usually really healthy. In addition, you can really feed yourself with salads varied. But it also lurks fall. To be exact: calorie fall! We tell you what you should be better (away). © Provided by Berliner Kurier Because it goes fast and tastes good, many salad fans like to grab to finished dressings from the supermarket. What a bad error. For who pats his salad a decent swatch of it, even treats himself a large portion of superfluous calories.

See also