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Table of contents: In the bullevard section: Pictures Of The Month Now And Next Me And My Body Kit Bag Where's Your Head At? Winning Formula Lucky Numbers In the hero's section: Elham Al-Qasimi Carl Craig Lionel Messi Gary Fisher In the action section: Sylvia Gruchala South Africa Soccer Scuderia Toro Rosso Jonathan Wyatt In the more body and mind section: Björn Dunkerbeck Get The Gear British Fashion Special Cave Diving Listings Night Life Short Story's Russell Brown
An Almost Independent Monthly Magazine Adverts: The Red Bull Bulletin adverts try to advertise the same brand or company in magazine. For example The Red Bull energy drinks/energy shots, Chrysler, Mini and more. The key featured averts in Junes (2010) magazine is: Mini Soho 9 Chrysler SKT 8 RedBull energy drinks/energy shots Red Bull Bulletin Nissan Navara ST-X 450 Continental Xtra Full Red Bull Stereopticon Open polytec Suunto Bed Bull HRONICLES (sky sports) KTM bikes The Jono Projects Red Bull doesn't over advertise nor under advertise there advertisements. They keep them separated and short. Bold and expresses the product.
An Almost Independent Monthly Magazine Regular Features: Me and my body: Penelope Cruz Penelope Cruz swears her life on the three B’s: beach cycling, Bloody knees(hard work) and burgers. Penelope is an amazing Spanish actress, she has been a guest editor in the French magazine Vogue. Her first movie score was Jamon Jamon to be a young flirty pinup girl. Then she went on to the movie A call from the Vatican from the musical nine. Penelope had to swing and writhe on the ropes every days for long days on the ropes for the movie. After it was over she had grazes and bruises all over her body but she was proud of them she thought of them as awards for her hard work and achievements. She doesn't think of her self as beautiful as she says beauty is from within. But she has two key factors for keeping fit and healthy Water and Sleep. She says to drink lots of water because it keeps you hydrated and keeps you full so you don’t want to eat as much. But once or twice a week she goes to her favorite takeaway store in-N-out to buy herself fries and a burger. Penelope is proud to say she studied Dance at the university of Madrid (Spain), when she was little she had to much energy for her parents to control so they sent her to ballet school and ever since she has loved the preforming arts. Penelope thanks her parents for believing and help pursue her dreams to be an actress. And become who she is today.
An Almost Independent Monthly Magazine Regular Features: Where’s Your Head At? Slash Saul Hudson (born July 23, 1965), known by his stage name Slash, is a British-American musician and songwriter ] He is best known as the former lead guitarist of the American hard rock band Guns ‘n’ Roses, with whom he achieved worldwide success in the late 1980s and early 1990s. During his later years with Guns N' Roses, Slash formed the side project Slash's Snakepit.Velvet Revolver, which re-established him as a mainstream performer in the mid to late 2000s. In 2010, Slash released his eponymous debut solo album, featuring an all-star roster of guest musicians. His second album, Apocalyptic love, recorded with his band, is set for release on May 22, 2012. Slash has received critical acclaim as a guitarist. In 2005, he was named "Best Guitarist" by Esquire, which congratulated him on "beating the comeback odds with a surprisingly legitimate and vital outfit, Velvet Revolver.” Slash has received critical acclaim as a guitarist. Time named him runner-up on their list of "The 10 Best Electric Guitar Players" in 2009,while Rolling Stone placed him at No. 65 on their list of "The 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time" in 2011 Guitar world ranked his solo in “November Rain" No. 6 on their list of "The 100 Greatest Guitar Solos" in 2008, and Total Guitar placed his riff in “Sweet child o’ mine" at No. 1 on their list of "The 100 Greatest Riffs" in 2004.
An Almost Independent Monthly Magazine Main Articles: Behind The Mask: I am: a women Dream: An Olympic gold medalist Fear: health In Five Years Time: be a mother Fencing: fighting The Olympic Games Gdansk: home Valentina Vazzali: a great sports man Handsome Men: it would be nice if they didn't take advantage of it Travel: broadens mind This is how Sylvia explains her self and who she is.Sylvia is a champion fencer. This took a lot of devotion, concentration, discipline, sacrifice, and practicing a form of art.Sylvia Gruchala wasn’t very fond of fencing when she first started in fact she said she hated fencing, Sylvia went to a sport school because it was close to her home. She started at 12 years old when she got to the age 15 she had the chose of athletics and fencing, she chose athletics because she loved to run but the class was full so she had to take fencing classes Sylvia says she owes all her successes to her coach Leongi Szmit who had started her passion for fencing. Sylvia was born and bred in Poland she was born in Gdynia on the 11 th of November 1981 and lived most of her school life there then moved to further her career as a fencer. Coaches are her main helpers and support that got her to were she is today. There words motivated her and there guidance took her in the right direction. Over the years she has been chosen by the coaches but this year she chose her own coach Adam Kaszubosski. She chose him because he understands how she works and how to have a great partnership, she try's to use the same techniques as her idol Valentina Vazzali because she doesn't give herself away. She keeps the opponent in suspense, when she attacks its like a puma at full speed ready to attack you. Sylvia says she's less sophisticated and more emotional, Sylvia says she needs to control her emotions that way she can be her best. Emotions are one of her biggest things she struggles with the most. She try's to manage it on her own, self discipline is what she is practicing the most, a also weakness she's trying to strengthen is a source of mobilization. Dedication and devotion is a main key to fencing she trains every day from 4pm-8pm.When she trains for a big competition she sometimes trains for six to seven hours a day. You can not be scared or fatigued once you start you must be fit prepared and focused through the whole event. Sylvia doesn't do it for the medals and trophy's she does for independence and self-efficient life, she chose her own path to go down, the mental and physical reward was her reward in her eyes The contribution in her inner self is more important than any thing else. To stay true to your self and believe.
An Almost Independent Monthly Magazine Main Articles: Running For The Thrill Of It: ‘We are always running for the thrill of it thrill of it Always pushing up the hill searching for the thrill of it Never looking down I'm just in awe of what's in front of me…” A line that describes who Jonathan Wyatt is. He is a mountain runner who enjoys the rush and joy of it. He has won seven titles ever since the first world championships was held in 1985. He has broken just about every record, major and minor mountain run records in Europe and has 35 records that still have not been beaten. He has dominated the sport of mountain running and dominated running competitions by miles for the past 12 years, Jonathan believes that all his success is because he did every thing the hard way, he had different path ways he could have taken but he did it all the hard ways and pushed himself over his limits and beyond. He also tried a lot of skiing as his wife Antonella Confortala is a competitive skier. He likes the challenge because its pushing his limits and more. The champs have a chose of which course he/she can do. It is between uphill or downhill. He is a devoted uphill runner as his trophies prove that, he also got the worlds longest distance run uphill he ran 42 km, the normal running distance is 12-15 km. Wyatt's body is very healthy as they did some tests on him at the Graubünden marathon. His race started at 600m above sea then to 2600m above sea. His heart pulse started at 175 beats per minute then after two hours of non stop running his heart pulse went down to a whooping 90 beats per minute, the pulse of an unfit person lying down in the sun. One of the reasons why he does this is because he loves the outdoors and running is god for his mind and body he says its also a good time for his mind to think about things. He rewards himself by the views. Wyatt also admits there are lows that come with all the high success, two days before the Turkey world cup he was training for the day and got attacked by two dogs that bite chunks out of his upper thigh. He was in hospital for a day and night then discharged himself and competed in the race and amazingly came second by 0.06 seconds from coming first. But through his ups and downs he had impeccable achievements and says he’ll keep doing this even if he’s behind the pack.
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