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Launched in early 2019, the Suunto 5 positioned itself as Suunto’s most affordable GPS sports watch. In 2022, the manufacturer replaced it with a lighter 5 Peak with a more modern design, drawing inspiration in particular from its 9 Peak released the previous spring.

The Suunto 5 Peak takes up most of the features of its predecessor and is still mainly intended for athletes practicing outdoor activities (running, walking, trail running, cycling, etc.). It retains a relatively attractive price of €299 and is distinguished by manufacturing in Finland.

Suunto offers its 5 Peak in different colors. The case can be dark gray or light grey, the bezel silver or a darker grey, while the straps range from light gray to dark gray passing through ocher yellow (a color reserved for specialist shops) and multicolour incorporating remnants of other Suunto wristbands. It is in this latest version that we received the watch.

The different colors of the Suunto 5 Peak. © Suunto

While the Suunto 5 was rather imposing with 46 mm in diameter and 14.6 mm thick, and all the more so with a case that extended over the wrist to integrate the GPS chip, the Suunto 5 Peak displays measurements much more reasonable. Its diameter is reduced to 43 mm, which makes it easier to wear for small wrists, while its thickness is reduced to 12.9 mm.

The Suunto 5 Peak watch on a 17cm circumference wrist.

The Suunto 5 Peak watch on a 17cm circumference wrist.

It lightens considerably in passing and falls below 40 g, when the Suunto 5 peaked at 66 g. It is thus quickly forgotten once its silicone strap is attached to the wrist via a steel buckle, and held in place by a clip placed at its end.

The 22 mm strap is watchmaking standard and therefore easily replaceable.

However, note a little discomfort when the watch is tight due to the central sensor island located on the bottom. Rectangular, it protrudes a good millimeter and tends to leave a mark on the wrist.

On the underside, an island housing the sensors.

The manufacturing quality is neat, the steel bezel glued to the polymer case bringing the elegance that the Suunto 5 could lack. i.e. 1.06 inches). The black border that goes around it is still imposing. If the definition of 218 x 218 px remains correct for such a screen size, the contrast seems quite low.

A still small screen compared to the size of the watch.

However, we appreciate that the screen remains permanently on, the backlight only activating when we point the watch towards our face or at the press of a button. This backlight is unfortunately a little weak and its intensity cannot vary due to the lack of a light sensor. It’s also not adjustable, which can be annoying in some conditions, especially at night. Note also on this subject that a bug in our test model caused the activation of the backlight in the middle of the night, despite the activation of the Do not disturb mode supposed to prevent this phenomenon.

Without backlight, then with.

Let’s admit a little disappointment with the waterproofness. The Suunto 5 Peak is certainly IPX8 certified, but only resists up to 30 m depth (3 ATM), against 50 m for the previous model. Suunto assured us that its watch was just as capable of handling swim sessions, but it’s unfortunate that certification didn’t follow, as a 3 ATM watch isn’t (in principle) really recommended for swimming. Water sports that can subject this model to greater pressure are therefore strongly discouraged.

As a pure sports watch, the Suunto 5 Peak is controlled exclusively with its five buttons. Point of touch here, it is necessary to assimilate the principle of operation of the interface which turns out to be quite simple in the end. On the left edge, the upper button is used to alternate between the various pictograms possibly displayed at the top of the screen, while the lower button is used to return to the previous screen. On the right edge, there is a validation button surrounded by two other navigation. Small arrows displayed on the screen help us identify which button to use.

The three buttons on the right side of the Suunto 5 Peak.

From the main dial displaying the date and time, as well as various additional information depending on the model of dial chosen, a first press on the validation button gives access to control of the music (played from the smartphone), a second triggering the display a screen summarizing upcoming activities and indicating the number of notifications received. A long press on this same button opens the shortcuts screen: Do not disturb mode, alarm management, dial selection, settings, etc.

Still from the main dial, you can access the different modes of the Suunto 5 Peak by pressing the upper right button. You can then start an activity, launch navigation, consult the activity log, start a stopwatch and finally access the general settings.

The lower right button gives access to physical data: heart rate, level of activity and available resources, number of steps, training program and, finally, fitness level and sleep monitoring.

We therefore find the essential in a rather classic and efficient interface. Too bad that some slowdowns are felt when opening the music control widget or when accessing heart rate readings, in particular.

Suunto 5 Peak works together with the Suunto app (iOS, Android) and automatically syncs to it. This offers a clear interface with a breakdown by tabs. The home screen summarizes our activities over the past few days, our performance, and our progress. It also recalls the objectives set with the training program.

The Suunto app interface.

The second tab presents a calendar of all the activities carried out to easily find our last runs or bike rides, for example.

The third tab goes into more detail with a log summarizing the number of hours of training carried out, with an analysis by sport and an overview of the progress made – or conversely a drop in performance if you train less for a certain period. You can also observe the number of steps, the calories burned, the duration and quality of sleep or even our fitness level for the last 10 days.

Information obtained after an orienteering race.

These data are not there only for statistics, because the watch takes them into account to adapt the training program that we have chosen among the three of various intensities.

This application also has a very well designed mapping tool. Routes can be created in a few seconds by simply indicating the crossing points on the map, an algorithm taking care of calculating the route between each point according to the type of road you wish to take and the activity selected. The Suunto 5 Peak does not directly integrate mapping, but can provide turn-by-turn guidance from points calculated in the app.+

A heat map shows the busiest roads and paths (from brown/orange to bright yellow).

Very fun, a 3D visualization of the course taken can be shared with relatives via social networks or a simple web link.

Visualization of a race with heart rate, pace and elevation curves.

The last tab of the application is used to access our user information and settings, as well as to connect third-party services (Strava, RunKeeper, Komoot…).

If it is not as richly endowed as the 9 Peak in terms of sensors, the Suunto 5 Peak embeds the essentials, namely an optical cardio sensor, a gyroscope and an accelerometer, as well as GPS (GPS, Glonass, Galileo , QZSS, Beidou). On the other hand, it is necessary to do without a compass, to be satisfied with an altimeter by GPS and not barometric, while the pulse oximeter (SpO2) is absent subscribers. This lack is manifested by less precise sleep monitoring, Suunto not bothering to provide the chronology of our nights, just the total duration of sleep, including that of deep sleep. In the case of a sports watch, we will hold it less rigorously, but such measurements increasingly contribute to improving the estimates of the level of fitness in the watches which carry them out.

Sleep tracking as displayed on the Suunto 5 Peak watch.

The Suunto 5 Peak nevertheless remains able to estimate whether our recovery has been sufficient to engage in the next activity planned in its training program, being able to adapt the latter if this was not the case.

In terms of GPS capture, the 5 Peak demonstrates good precision and quickly recovers the signal when an interruption occurs. On the other hand, we observed some errors in the calculation of the elevation gain, which we rather put on the account of a non-definitive software, since the elevation curves displayed after the incriminated activities seem for their part quite precise.

On the heart rate side, this Suunto is very precise. The average deviation from the readings provided by our reference Polar H10 chest strap does not exceed 1% for a run at a steady pace and remains below 2% for a split run. There are some inaccuracies on the curve below, smoother than that obtained with the belt, but the frequency drops are well detected.

At the top, the heart rate recorded by the Suunto 5 Peak, at the bottom the same heart rate recorded by the Polar H10 chest strap.

It is possible to start interval training with the Suunto 5 Peak. It is then necessary to create a personalized sport mode so that the dial of the watch displays the corresponding information during the race.

Setting intervals for a split run.

More compact than the Suunto 5, the 5 Peak loses two days of autonomy on paper, Suunto claiming up to 10 days of operation in watch mode. A duration that varies greatly depending on the sports activities that are recorded, because those that use GPS consume a lot of energy. Suunto thus evokes 20 hours in Performance mode, 40 hours in Endurance mode and up to 100 hours in Tour mode.

In practice, we rather noted a week of use in calm periods with little sports training, but for day and night use (sleep monitoring) with display of notifications. Autonomy drops quite quickly if you multiply activities with GPS, daily use then requiring you to recharge the watch more than once a week. Nothing very restrictive, however, for the uses planned for this model.

The charging connector pinches the watch.

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Launched in early 2019, the Suunto 5 positioned itself as Suunto’s most affordable GPS sports watch. In 2022, the manufacturer replaced it with a lighter 5 Peak with a more modern design, drawing inspiration in particular from its 9 Peak released the previous spring.

The Suunto 5 Peak takes up most of the features of its predecessor and is still mainly intended for athletes practicing outdoor activities (running, walking, trail running, cycling, etc.). It retains a relatively attractive price of €299 and is distinguished by manufacturing in Finland.

Suunto offers its 5 Peak in different colors. The case can be dark gray or light grey, the bezel silver or a darker grey, while the straps range from light gray to dark gray passing through ocher yellow (a color reserved for specialist shops) and multicolour incorporating remnants of other Suunto wristbands. It is in this latest version that we received the watch.

The different colors of the Suunto 5 Peak. © Suunto

While the Suunto 5 was rather imposing with 46 mm in diameter and 14.6 mm thick, and all the more so with a case that extended over the wrist to integrate the GPS chip, the Suunto 5 Peak displays measurements much more reasonable. Its diameter is reduced to 43 mm, which makes it easier to wear for small wrists, while its thickness is reduced to 12.9 mm.

The Suunto 5 Peak watch on a 17cm circumference wrist.

The Suunto 5 Peak watch on a 17cm circumference wrist.

It lightens considerably in passing and falls below 40 g, when the Suunto 5 peaked at 66 g. It is thus quickly forgotten once its silicone strap is attached to the wrist via a steel buckle, and held in place by a clip placed at its end.

The 22 mm strap is watchmaking standard and therefore easily replaceable.

However, note a little discomfort when the watch is tight due to the central sensor island located on the bottom. Rectangular, it protrudes a good millimeter and tends to leave a mark on the wrist.

On the underside, an island housing the sensors.

The manufacturing quality is neat, the steel bezel glued to the polymer case bringing the elegance that the Suunto 5 could lack. i.e. 1.06 inches). The black border that goes around it is still imposing. If the definition of 218 x 218 px remains correct for such a screen size, the contrast seems quite low.

A still small screen compared to the size of the watch.

However, we appreciate that the screen remains permanently on, the backlight only activating when we point the watch towards our face or at the press of a button. This backlight is unfortunately a little weak and its intensity cannot vary due to the lack of a light sensor. It’s also not adjustable, which can be annoying in some conditions, especially at night. Note also on this subject that a bug in our test model caused the activation of the backlight in the middle of the night, despite the activation of the Do not disturb mode supposed to prevent this phenomenon.

Without backlight, then with.

Let’s admit a little disappointment with the waterproofness. The Suunto 5 Peak is certainly IPX8 certified, but only resists up to 30 m depth (3 ATM), against 50 m for the previous model. Suunto assured us that its watch was just as capable of handling swim sessions, but it’s unfortunate that certification didn’t follow, as a 3 ATM watch isn’t (in principle) really recommended for swimming. Water sports that can subject this model to greater pressure are therefore strongly discouraged.

As a pure sports watch, the Suunto 5 Peak is controlled exclusively with its five buttons. Point of touch here, it is necessary to assimilate the principle of operation of the interface which turns out to be quite simple in the end. On the left edge, the upper button is used to alternate between the various pictograms possibly displayed at the top of the screen, while the lower button is used to return to the previous screen. On the right edge, there is a validation button surrounded by two other navigation. Small arrows displayed on the screen help us identify which button to use.

The three buttons on the right side of the Suunto 5 Peak.

From the main dial displaying the date and time, as well as various additional information depending on the model of dial chosen, a first press on the validation button gives access to control of the music (played from the smartphone), a second triggering the display a screen summarizing upcoming activities and indicating the number of notifications received. A long press on this same button opens the shortcuts screen: Do not disturb mode, alarm management, dial selection, settings, etc.

Still from the main dial, you can access the different modes of the Suunto 5 Peak by pressing the upper right button. You can then start an activity, launch navigation, consult the activity log, start a stopwatch and finally access the general settings.

The lower right button gives access to physical data: heart rate, level of activity and available resources, number of steps, training program and, finally, fitness level and sleep monitoring.

We therefore find the essential in a rather classic and efficient interface. Too bad that some slowdowns are felt when opening the music control widget or when accessing heart rate readings, in particular.

Suunto 5 Peak works together with the Suunto app (iOS, Android) and automatically syncs to it. This offers a clear interface with a breakdown by tabs. The home screen summarizes our activities over the past few days, our performance, and our progress. It also recalls the objectives set with the training program.

The Suunto app interface.

The second tab presents a calendar of all the activities carried out to easily find our last runs or bike rides, for example.

The third tab goes into more detail with a log summarizing the number of hours of training carried out, with an analysis by sport and an overview of the progress made – or conversely a drop in performance if you train less for a certain period. You can also observe the number of steps, the calories burned, the duration and quality of sleep or even our fitness level for the last 10 days.

Information obtained after an orienteering race.

These data are not there only for statistics, because the watch takes them into account to adapt the training program that we have chosen among the three of various intensities.

This application also has a very well designed mapping tool. Routes can be created in a few seconds by simply indicating the crossing points on the map, an algorithm taking care of calculating the route between each point according to the type of road you wish to take and the activity selected. The Suunto 5 Peak does not directly integrate mapping, but can provide turn-by-turn guidance from points calculated in the app.+

A heat map shows the busiest roads and paths (from brown/orange to bright yellow).

Very fun, a 3D visualization of the course taken can be shared with relatives via social networks or a simple web link.

Visualization of a race with heart rate, pace and elevation curves.

The last tab of the application is used to access our user information and settings, as well as to connect third-party services (Strava, RunKeeper, Komoot…).

If it is not as richly endowed as the 9 Peak in terms of sensors, the Suunto 5 Peak embeds the essentials, namely an optical cardio sensor, a gyroscope and an accelerometer, as well as GPS (GPS, Glonass, Galileo , QZSS, Beidou). On the other hand, it is necessary to do without a compass, to be satisfied with an altimeter by GPS and not barometric, while the pulse oximeter (SpO2) is absent subscribers. This lack is manifested by less precise sleep monitoring, Suunto not bothering to provide the chronology of our nights, just the total duration of sleep, including that of deep sleep. In the case of a sports watch, we will hold it less rigorously, but such measurements increasingly contribute to improving the estimates of the level of fitness in the watches which carry them out.

Sleep tracking as displayed on the Suunto 5 Peak watch.

The Suunto 5 Peak nevertheless remains able to estimate whether our recovery has been sufficient to engage in the next activity planned in its training program, being able to adapt the latter if this was not the case.

In terms of GPS capture, the 5 Peak demonstrates good precision and quickly recovers the signal when an interruption occurs. On the other hand, we observed some errors in the calculation of the elevation gain, which we rather put on the account of a non-definitive software, since the elevation curves displayed after the incriminated activities seem for their part quite precise.

On the heart rate side, this Suunto is very precise. The average deviation from the readings provided by our reference Polar H10 chest strap does not exceed 1% for a run at a steady pace and remains below 2% for a split run. There are some inaccuracies on the curve below, smoother than that obtained with the belt, but the frequency drops are well detected.

At the top, the heart rate recorded by the Suunto 5 Peak, at the bottom the same heart rate recorded by the Polar H10 chest strap.

It is possible to start interval training with the Suunto 5 Peak. It is then necessary to create a personalized sport mode so that the dial of the watch displays the corresponding information during the race.

Setting intervals for a split run.

More compact than the Suunto 5, the 5 Peak loses two days of autonomy on paper, Suunto claiming up to 10 days of operation in watch mode. A duration that varies greatly depending on the sports activities that are recorded, because those that use GPS consume a lot of energy. Suunto thus evokes 20 hours in Performance mode, 40 hours in Endurance mode and up to 100 hours in Tour mode.

In practice, we rather noted a week of use in calm periods with little sports training, but for day and night use (sleep monitoring) with display of notifications. Autonomy drops quite quickly if you multiply activities with GPS, daily use then requiring you to recharge the watch more than once a week. Nothing very restrictive, however, for the uses planned for this model.

The charging connector pinches the watch.

Charging is done with a proprietary cable whose connector forms a clamp that limits the risk of disconnection. Allow 55 min for a full charge.

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With the recent announcement of Stade de France, expect to see esports grow even more in the French arena. The communication that the stadium becomes “esport ready”. The trailer gives very little information about what this means, but we can imagine seeing an arena, studios dedicated to esports. The global epidemiological situation makes it difficult for the moment to organize a competition.

As a reminder, the Stade de France has a capacity of 80,689 seats, making it the largest stadium in the country. This is far more than the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille (67,394 seats) and the Groupama Stadium in Lyon (59,186 seats). What can you imagine seeing the Worlds of League of Legends take place in Saint-Denis? Answer in the next few weeks with the complete presentation of the project.

Read also – E-sport facing the challenge of regulation


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The stadium is not unknown to the esports scene in France. Indeed since 2019 Team Vitality, the largest French structure comes regularly from the lairs of the stadium to train or play competitions: League of Legends, CS:GO, Fortnite.

With the recent announcement of Stade de France, expect to see esports grow even more in the French arena. The communication that the stadium becomes “esport ready”. The trailer gives very little information about what this means, but we can imagine seeing an arena, studios dedicated to esports. The global epidemiological situation makes it difficult for the moment to organize a competition.

As a reminder, the Stade de France has a capacity of 80,689 seats, making it the largest stadium in the country. This is far more than the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille (67,394 seats) and the Groupama Stadium in Lyon (59,186 seats). What can you imagine seeing the Worlds of League of Legends take place in Saint-Denis? Answer in the next few weeks with the complete presentation of the project.

Read also – E-sport facing the challenge of regulation


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CALENDAR CAN. Last day of the group stage of CAN 2022 with Tunisia and Algeria playing their places for the round of 16.

[Mis à jour le 20 janvier à 08h51] A last day of the African Cup of Nations that smells of powder! On the program for the day, the outcome of group E and F with Algeria, defending champion, who play their qualification against Côte d’Ivoire from 5 p.m. In the group’s other match, Sierra Leone take on Equatorial Guinea. The two nations can also claim a possible qualification for the round of 16.

In the last group of this CAN, Mali approaches its match against Mauritania with “tranquility” since the Malians have already qualified for the final phase of the African Cup of Nations. On the other hand, Tunisia, third in its group, is not yet qualified, but could at worst be qualified as the best third in this CAN 2022.

What is the CAN 2022 match schedule?

Thursday January 20

Sunday January 23 :

Monday January 24

Tuesday, January 25

Wednesday January 26

Saturday January 29

Sunday January 30

Wednesday February 2

Thursday February 3

Sunday February 6

On which channel and at what time to follow the CAN matches?

The entirety of the 2022 African Cup of Nations will be followed live and exclusively on the antennas of beIN Sports with all the channels of the group which will be mobilized. The meetings will be broadcast from 2 p.m., 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. during this AFCON.

Thursday, January 20, 2022

Round of 16 TV program

Sunday January 23, 2022

Monday, January 24, 2022

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Quarter-final TV program

Saturday January 29, 2022

Sunday January 30, 2022

Semi-Finals TV program

Wednesday, February 2, 2022

Thursday, February 3, 2022

Third place

Sunday February 6, 2022

Finale

Sunday February 6, 2022

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CALENDAR CAN. Last day of the group stage of CAN 2022 with Tunisia and Algeria playing their places for the round of 16.

[Mis à jour le 20 janvier à 08h51] A last day of the African Cup of Nations that smells of powder! On the program for the day, the outcome of group E and F with Algeria, defending champion, who play their qualification against Côte d’Ivoire from 5 p.m. In the group’s other match, Sierra Leone take on Equatorial Guinea. The two nations can also claim a possible qualification for the round of 16.

In the last group of this CAN, Mali approaches its match against Mauritania with “tranquility” since the Malians have already qualified for the final phase of the African Cup of Nations. On the other hand, Tunisia, third in its group, is not yet qualified, but could at worst be qualified as the best third in this CAN 2022.

What is the CAN 2022 match schedule?

Thursday January 20

Sunday January 23 :

Monday January 24

Tuesday, January 25

Wednesday January 26

Saturday January 29

Sunday January 30

Wednesday February 2

Thursday February 3

Sunday February 6

On which channel and at what time to follow the CAN matches?

The entirety of the 2022 African Cup of Nations will be followed live and exclusively on the antennas of beIN Sports with all the channels of the group which will be mobilized. The meetings will be broadcast from 2 p.m., 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. during this AFCON.

Thursday, January 20, 2022

Round of 16 TV program

Sunday January 23, 2022

Monday, January 24, 2022

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Quarter-final TV program

Saturday January 29, 2022

Sunday January 30, 2022

Semi-Finals TV program

Wednesday, February 2, 2022

Thursday, February 3, 2022

Third place

Sunday February 6, 2022

Finale

Sunday February 6, 2022

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Today, Anne Boétie and the team of You are great offer you a cardio session. 5 exercises to get back in shape and sculpt the whole body, are you ready? Come on let’s warm up and let’s go, follow the (very) good advice of our great sports coach Dorian.

A little sport every day, it seems that it’s good for health, and also for the line. But admit, we don’t always have time to keep up. Anne Boétie and the Vous Vousare Formidables team are therefore offering you the opportunity today to dig into a few simple exercises, cardio exercises offered by their formidable coach Dorian Louvet, alias Dodo. And in our video, if you need to regain your strength after these exercises, you can also discover a beautiful and good recipe for Veal Gremolata, concocted by Isabelle, restaurateur at the Le Bouchon brewery based in Incarville in the Eure. Well yes, after the effort, the comfort, of course 😉

In today’s session, our coach Dorian, accompanied by Marion, offers to do 5 exercises. On the program a little 30 seconds of effort, 20 seconds of recovery, 30 seconds of effort, then again 20 seconds of recovery, and so on…: “I hope you have the peach, today we are going to work the whole body!”. Take a good dose of motivation, a little warm-up before and let’s go! You are ready ?

Exercise 1. Side Raise Squats

3. 2. 1… Here we go! A squat… The weight of the body in the heels, I go up we go down… and that’s it. Left leg, right leg… Don’t forget when opening the leg to tighten the glutes well, the buttocks far behind on the squats, the weight still on the heels, the back straight, chin up and let’s go to work the buttocks.

After this exercise, go for 20 seconds of recovery.

Exercise 2. Squat frog jumps

The second exercise will allow you to continue working the glutes. We’re going to do a little frog jump in a squat and come back with two bounces. “And we don’t forget to go down on the squats”, specifies Dorian who reminds us not to forget the technique “straight back / weight on the heels”. At this point in the sequence, the cardio begins to rise.

Are the 30 seconds over? Bravo, you have gained 20 seconds of recovery.

Exercise 3. Side lunges

For this exercise, you have to open your foot and your knee and bring your leg into a side lunge as in the image below. This exercise will once again allow you to work the thighs and glutes, with the abs always contracted and the buttocks far behind.

Exercise 4. Knee-elbow twists

In this exercise, we remain standing. We are going to work the abs and we are going to twist the left knee-right elbow and change… The abs well contracted, this exercise will specifically work the obliques, the abdominals which are on the sides.

Exercise 5. The skater

For this last exercise, a little cardio “skater”. “I’m going to throw the right leg, the shoulders and the pelvis always remain in line, I alternate as if I were skating on the ice”, explains our coach.

You can put your arms up to activate the cardio a little more and the further you go, the more you will work. A quick 20-second cool-down and… Congratulations, you’ve completed the first round of exercises!

First round finished, well done! Now we have to start over!

You can renew the tour 1 or 2 times minimum and even 3 or 4 times depending on your level. Hang in there, give it your all and don’t forget to hydrate between workouts, it’s important. Good session !

Find You Are Great from Monday to Friday at 9:05 a.m. on France 3 Normandy and in replay on france.tv.

Do you want to see all the videos of VousÊtesFormidables web version? It’s here :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=videoseries

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Today, Anne Boétie and the team of You are great offer you a cardio session. 5 exercises to get back in shape and sculpt the whole body, are you ready? Come on let’s warm up and let’s go, follow the (very) good advice of our great sports coach Dorian.

A little sport every day, it seems that it’s good for health, and also for the line. But admit, we don’t always have time to keep up. Anne Boétie and the Vous Vousare Formidables team are therefore offering you the opportunity today to dig into a few simple exercises, cardio exercises offered by their formidable coach Dorian Louvet, alias Dodo. And in our video, if you need to regain your strength after these exercises, you can also discover a beautiful and good recipe for Veal Gremolata, concocted by Isabelle, restaurateur at the Le Bouchon brewery based in Incarville in the Eure. Well yes, after the effort, the comfort, of course 😉

In today’s session, our coach Dorian, accompanied by Marion, offers to do 5 exercises. On the program a little 30 seconds of effort, 20 seconds of recovery, 30 seconds of effort, then again 20 seconds of recovery, and so on…: “I hope you have the peach, today we are going to work the whole body!”. Take a good dose of motivation, a little warm-up before and let’s go! You are ready ?

Exercise 1. Side Raise Squats

3. 2. 1… Here we go! A squat… The weight of the body in the heels, I go up we go down… and that’s it. Left leg, right leg… Don’t forget when opening the leg to tighten the glutes well, the buttocks far behind on the squats, the weight still on the heels, the back straight, chin up and let’s go to work the buttocks.

After this exercise, go for 20 seconds of recovery.

Exercise 2. Squat frog jumps

The second exercise will allow you to continue working the glutes. We’re going to do a little frog jump in a squat and come back with two bounces. “And we don’t forget to go down on the squats”, specifies Dorian who reminds us not to forget the technique “straight back / weight on the heels”. At this point in the sequence, the cardio begins to rise.

Are the 30 seconds over? Bravo, you have gained 20 seconds of recovery.

Exercise 3. Side lunges

For this exercise, you have to open your foot and your knee and bring your leg into a side lunge as in the image below. This exercise will once again allow you to work the thighs and glutes, with the abs always contracted and the buttocks far behind.

Exercise 4. Knee-elbow twists

In this exercise, we remain standing. We are going to work the abs and we are going to twist the left knee-right elbow and change… The abs well contracted, this exercise will specifically work the obliques, the abdominals which are on the sides.

Exercise 5. The skater

For this last exercise, a little cardio “skater”. “I’m going to throw the right leg, the shoulders and the pelvis always remain in line, I alternate as if I were skating on the ice”, explains our coach.

You can put your arms up to activate the cardio a little more and the further you go, the more you will work. A quick 20-second cool-down and… Congratulations, you’ve completed the first round of exercises!

First round finished, well done! Now we have to start over!

You can renew the tour 1 or 2 times minimum and even 3 or 4 times depending on your level. Hang in there, give it your all and don’t forget to hydrate between workouts, it’s important. Good session !

Find You Are Great from Monday to Friday at 9:05 a.m. on France 3 Normandy and in replay on france.tv.

Do you want to see all the videos of VousÊtesFormidables web version? It’s here :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=videoseries

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Finished football for Yoann Gourcuff. The former Bordeaux player is now a star of the tennis courts since he plays for the Larmor-Plage club. More

Withdrawn from the field since October 2018, Yoann Gourcuff has opted for a new career. According to newspaper information The Telegram, he would have successfully converted to tennis. He would even be undefeated this season in Regional 1 with his Larmor-Plage club.

Yoann Gourcuff, a tennis champion

Yoann Gourcuff’s career can be seen as a hell of a mess. An outstanding technician, the player will have experienced many physical glitches that will often put him on the sidelines. Problems that led him to leave football permanently. But if he is no longer a professional footballer, he remains an accomplished sportsman. The former playmaker of the Blues shines at 35 on the tennis courts. Licensed in the Larmor-Plage tennis club, in Morbihan, he is notably undefeated in his men’s Regional 1 group.

Returning to his first love, the former player of Milan, Bordeaux, Lyon or Rennes, has not lost his competitive spirit. Thus, this Sunday, Yoann Gourcuff participated in the success of his club against Landerneau. He notably won against Alan Mazzella, ranked 15th like him, in the super tie-break (3-6, 6-2, 10-8). Last October, the former professional footballer had already achieved a good performance by beating (7-5, 6-7, 10-3) the Quimpérois Arthur Thuet, ranked 5/6 (a ranking better than him).

Yoann Gourcuff hesitated between football and tennis

It is no coincidence that he performs in tennis, because when he was younger, he had hesitated between a career as a footballer and one as a tennis player. It must be said that in his youth, Yoann Gourcuff was one of the great hopes of Breton tennis. Indeed, his dispositions were high in this sport. Moreover, the former footballer made all the youth competitions, finals, including the Brittany championship. At 12, Yoann Gourcuff, ranked 15/3, is champion of Morbihan.

Yoann Gourcuff has finally made the choice of football (Photo by Vincent Poyer / Icon Sport)

He takes part in the Open Super 12 of Auray, one of the most prestigious European tournaments in this age category. Swept away in the first round, he then becomes a spectator. That year, he saw a certain Rafael Nadal triumph, five weeks his senior. It was then that he decided to make a choice of reason: he was programmed for football. Now retired, Yoann Gourcuff has kept some good memories of tennis. It remains to be seen whether he will persist in this direction.

When footballers take up tennis

Yoann Gourcuff is not the only professional player to have taken up tennis. We think in particular of Paolo Maldini. Indeed, at 49, the former AC Milan defender made his debut on the professional tennis circuit on Tuesday. He notably played in a challenger tournament. But the Maldini-Landonio pair was corrected in two sets (1-6, 1-6) by two doubles specialists, the Dutchman David Pel and especially the Pole Tomasz Bednarek.

Paolo Maldini competes in doubles during Aspria Tennis Cup, challenger of Milan, on June 27th 2017 in Milan  Photo : Avalon / Icon Sport
Paolo Maldini competes in doubles during Aspria Tennis Cup, challenger of Milan, on June 27th 2017 in Milan Photo : Avalon / Icon Sport

In Ligue 1, it was Benjamin Nivet who distinguished himself in tennis. Indeed, the former player of Troyes notably chained 13 victories without losing the slightest set against players of 4th and 3rd series (from unclassified to 15/2), during a tennis tournament organized in Troyes. Like what, the fashion of tennis for the post-career is quite popular.

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Finished football for Yoann Gourcuff. The former Bordeaux player is now a star of the tennis courts since he plays for the Larmor-Plage club. More

Withdrawn from the field since October 2018, Yoann Gourcuff has opted for a new career. According to newspaper information The Telegram, he would have successfully converted to tennis. He would even be undefeated this season in Regional 1 with his Larmor-Plage club.

Yoann Gourcuff, a tennis champion

Yoann Gourcuff’s career can be seen as a hell of a mess. An outstanding technician, the player will have experienced many physical glitches that will often put him on the sidelines. Problems that led him to leave football permanently. But if he is no longer a professional footballer, he remains an accomplished sportsman. The former playmaker of the Blues shines at 35 on the tennis courts. Licensed in the Larmor-Plage tennis club, in Morbihan, he is notably undefeated in his men’s Regional 1 group.

Returning to his first love, the former player of Milan, Bordeaux, Lyon or Rennes, has not lost his competitive spirit. Thus, this Sunday, Yoann Gourcuff participated in the success of his club against Landerneau. He notably won against Alan Mazzella, ranked 15th like him, in the super tie-break (3-6, 6-2, 10-8). Last October, the former professional footballer had already achieved a good performance by beating (7-5, 6-7, 10-3) the Quimpérois Arthur Thuet, ranked 5/6 (a ranking better than him).

Yoann Gourcuff hesitated between football and tennis

It is no coincidence that he performs in tennis, because when he was younger, he had hesitated between a career as a footballer and one as a tennis player. It must be said that in his youth, Yoann Gourcuff was one of the great hopes of Breton tennis. Indeed, his dispositions were high in this sport. Moreover, the former footballer made all the youth competitions, finals, including the Brittany championship. At 12, Yoann Gourcuff, ranked 15/3, is champion of Morbihan.

Yoann Gourcuff has finally made the choice of football (Photo by Vincent Poyer / Icon Sport)

He takes part in the Open Super 12 of Auray, one of the most prestigious European tournaments in this age category. Swept away in the first round, he then becomes a spectator. That year, he saw a certain Rafael Nadal triumph, five weeks his senior. It was then that he decided to make a choice of reason: he was programmed for football. Now retired, Yoann Gourcuff has kept some good memories of tennis. It remains to be seen whether he will persist in this direction.

When footballers take up tennis

Yoann Gourcuff is not the only professional player to have taken up tennis. We think in particular of Paolo Maldini. Indeed, at 49, the former AC Milan defender made his debut on the professional tennis circuit on Tuesday. He notably played in a challenger tournament. But the Maldini-Landonio pair was corrected in two sets (1-6, 1-6) by two doubles specialists, the Dutchman David Pel and especially the Pole Tomasz Bednarek.

Paolo Maldini competes in doubles during Aspria Tennis Cup, challenger of Milan, on June 27th 2017 in Milan  Photo : Avalon / Icon Sport
Paolo Maldini competes in doubles during Aspria Tennis Cup, challenger of Milan, on June 27th 2017 in Milan Photo : Avalon / Icon Sport

In Ligue 1, it was Benjamin Nivet who distinguished himself in tennis. Indeed, the former player of Troyes notably chained 13 victories without losing the slightest set against players of 4th and 3rd series (from unclassified to 15/2), during a tennis tournament organized in Troyes. Like what, the fashion of tennis for the post-career is quite popular.

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Mahamadou Doucouré (left) trained with Aurélien Boche on Monday (Photo Anthony Maurin).

Like every day from Monday to Friday, discover the Gard sports news in some info.

Nimes Olympic

Cubas, return in early February expected. The South American midfielder is struggling to recover from a blow he received during the Nîmes victory at Dijon (2-1, January 8). The examinations passed by Andrés Cubas revealed a crack in the fibula which will keep him away from the pitch for a few days. His return is expected for the beginning of February. To date, his participation in the matches against Valenciennes (January 28) and Pau (February 1) is extremely compromised.

Sidy Sarr is in the recovery phase (Photo Anthony Maurin).

Sarr and Doucouré in the comeback phase. The Crocodiles trained this morning at La Bastide. Nicolas Usaï and his staff worked with a group of twenty players, including four youngsters from the reserve. The morning was essentially devoted to the tactical aspect. For their part, midfielder Sidy Sarr (back from flu) and striker Mahamadou Doucouré, in the return phase, were taken care of by Aurélien Boche, the physical trainer. As for Anthony Briançon, back from Clairefontaine, he is resting this week and he will start his re-athletics from Monday. The Nîmes will train this Thursday and Saturday morning (big session planned) and on Friday they will indulge in an activity outside football with perhaps padel.

Interest in Jorgensen. Nîmes Olympique is active on the transfer market. After that of Moustapha Mbow, the central defender of the Stade de Reims, which should be formalized by the end of the week, the NO is looking for other player profiles. The priority is always to find a right-handed attacking midfielder. A new track would have been explored in recent hours, slightly delaying the finalization of negotiations on this file. In addition, the Nîmes Olympique recruitment unit is on the lookout for other medium-term recruitment opportunities. Among them, the profile of Danish striker Mathias Jorgensen is of interest, as revealed by a site specializing in MLS news. The 21-year-old player who played for New York Red Bulls is now free of any contract. Nîmes Olympique has made inquiries but no offer has been made for the time being.

OAC

No new cases at the OAC. Last week, the Alésiens were to travel to the Toulouse reserve field but the meeting was postponed because the OAC had eight covid-19 positive players in its ranks. Some of his players are still affected by the virus but the tests carried out on Wednesday did not reveal any new cases. Stéphane Saurat’s men, now second in the standings after Agde’s victory last weekend which has one more match, are therefore preparing for Saturday’s derby against the Nîmes Olympique reserve scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Bastide. On the Nîmes side, the red lantern of this Occitanie hen of N3, the covid does not seem to prevent their participation in this meeting which will be attended by Nicolas Usaï, the new coach of Nîmes Olympique.

Tennis

Benjamin Bonzi lost at the Australian Open. [Photo via MaxPPP]

No achievement for Bonzi. After his great victory in the first round of the Australian Open against the German Gojowczyk (6/3 6/3 6/3), Benjamin Bonzi faced the Russian Karen Kachanov with the hope of offering himself a 16e gala final against the Spaniard Rafael Nadal. But facing a solid member of the top 30 in the world, the step was too high for the Gardois, 65e at the ATP. Broken from the start, Bonzi ran after the score in the first set before faltering in the second (6/4 6/0). In the lead in the third (3/1), he did not hold his service game in advance and finally gave up 7/5. With a first 32e career in this tournament, the Anduzien is still approaching the top 60 in the world.

Table tennis

The Nîmes will play the play-downs (photo Norman Jardin)

The Nîmes will play for maintenance. Like last season, the ASPCN table tennis players dreamed of play-offs for European qualification. Like last year, Florian Habuda’s daughters will be content with play-downs for maintenance. During the decisive meeting this Tuesday at Joué-lès-Tours, the Nîmes lost 3-1, only Jee managing to rise to the level of the imposing adversity. There remains one last meeting for honor against Metz next week, before fighting to maintain against Issy, Quevilly and Schiltigheim. Joué-lès-Tours 3-1 ASPCN. Li He (#13) beats Mobarek (#82) 11-5 11-2 11-9; Zarif (#32) loses to Jee (#29) 5-11 7-11 11-8 11-5 11-13; Fort (n°49) beats Moret (n°35) 11-8 11-8 11-5; Li He (#13) beats Jee (#29) 11-6 11-6 7-11 11-8.

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Mahamadou Doucouré (left) trained with Aurélien Boche on Monday (Photo Anthony Maurin).

Like every day from Monday to Friday, discover the Gard sports news in some info.

Nimes Olympic

Cubas, return in early February expected. The South American midfielder is struggling to recover from a blow he received during the Nîmes victory at Dijon (2-1, January 8). The examinations passed by Andrés Cubas revealed a crack in the fibula which will keep him away from the pitch for a few days. His return is expected for the beginning of February. To date, his participation in the matches against Valenciennes (January 28) and Pau (February 1) is extremely compromised.

Sidy Sarr is in the recovery phase (Photo Anthony Maurin).

Sarr and Doucouré in the comeback phase. The Crocodiles trained this morning at La Bastide. Nicolas Usaï and his staff worked with a group of twenty players, including four youngsters from the reserve. The morning was essentially devoted to the tactical aspect. For their part, midfielder Sidy Sarr (back from flu) and striker Mahamadou Doucouré, in the return phase, were taken care of by Aurélien Boche, the physical trainer. As for Anthony Briançon, back from Clairefontaine, he is resting this week and he will start his re-athletics from Monday. The Nîmes will train this Thursday and Saturday morning (big session planned) and on Friday they will indulge in an activity outside football with perhaps padel.

Interest in Jorgensen. Nîmes Olympique is active on the transfer market. After that of Moustapha Mbow, the central defender of the Stade de Reims, which should be formalized by the end of the week, the NO is looking for other player profiles. The priority is always to find a right-handed attacking midfielder. A new track would have been explored in recent hours, slightly delaying the finalization of negotiations on this file. In addition, the Nîmes Olympique recruitment unit is on the lookout for other medium-term recruitment opportunities. Among them, the profile of Danish striker Mathias Jorgensen is of interest, as revealed by a site specializing in MLS news. The 21-year-old player who played for New York Red Bulls is now free of any contract. Nîmes Olympique has made inquiries but no offer has been made for the time being.

OAC

No new cases at the OAC. Last week, the Alésiens were to travel to the Toulouse reserve field but the meeting was postponed because the OAC had eight covid-19 positive players in its ranks. Some of his players are still affected by the virus but the tests carried out on Wednesday did not reveal any new cases. Stéphane Saurat’s men, now second in the standings after Agde’s victory last weekend which has one more match, are therefore preparing for Saturday’s derby against the Nîmes Olympique reserve scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Bastide. On the Nîmes side, the red lantern of this Occitanie hen of N3, the covid does not seem to prevent their participation in this meeting which will be attended by Nicolas Usaï, the new coach of Nîmes Olympique.

Tennis

Benjamin Bonzi lost at the Australian Open. [Photo via MaxPPP]

No achievement for Bonzi. After his great victory in the first round of the Australian Open against the German Gojowczyk (6/3 6/3 6/3), Benjamin Bonzi faced the Russian Karen Kachanov with the hope of offering himself a 16e gala final against the Spaniard Rafael Nadal. But facing a solid member of the top 30 in the world, the step was too high for the Gardois, 65e at the ATP. Broken from the start, Bonzi ran after the score in the first set before faltering in the second (6/4 6/0). In the lead in the third (3/1), he did not hold his service game in advance and finally gave up 7/5. With a first 32e career in this tournament, the Anduzien is still approaching the top 60 in the world.

Table tennis

The Nîmes will play the play-downs (photo Norman Jardin)

The Nîmes will play for maintenance. Like last season, the ASPCN table tennis players dreamed of play-offs for European qualification. Like last year, Florian Habuda’s daughters will be content with play-downs for maintenance. During the decisive meeting this Tuesday at Joué-lès-Tours, the Nîmes lost 3-1, only Jee managing to rise to the level of the imposing adversity. There remains one last meeting for honor against Metz next week, before fighting to maintain against Issy, Quevilly and Schiltigheim. Joué-lès-Tours 3-1 ASPCN. Li He (#13) beats Mobarek (#82) 11-5 11-2 11-9; Zarif (#32) loses to Jee (#29) 5-11 7-11 11-8 11-5 11-13; Fort (n°49) beats Moret (n°35) 11-8 11-8 11-5; Li He (#13) beats Jee (#29) 11-6 11-6 7-11 11-8.

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Sport allows you to clear your head and take care of your physical health. How to keep moving while working remotely? What sports do you prefer? Flavie Lefèvre, pilates and yoga teacher and marketing director at Urban Sport Club, enlightens us.

Since the start of the global Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, telework has become more democratic for most French people. “We have been between confinement, deconfinement, opening, closing for 2 years… This has a huge impact on physical health”, warns Flavie Lefèvre, pilates and yoga teacher and marketing director at Urban Sport Club. The fact of moving less can lead to risks related to a sedentary lifestyle. “The pandemic has also impacted mental health. However, according to a study carried out by the IFOP in 2020 for Urban Sports Club, 60% of French people consider sport as a means of decompressing, of defining a professional and personal life, while the two have become more and more intertwined since we have been working from home.”

During a day at home, you have to take a moment to do good to your body and mind. “25% of the courses carried out via Urban Sport Club were carried out online thanks to telework, this indicates that the French.es are very flexible and that they have become accustomed to opening their computer and doing a course. in line.” Discover 4 pro tips to get into sports while working remotely and to keep in shape.

1/ Listen to your body

There is no perfect time to exercise. “You have to listen to your body. Some people have more energy in the morning, others at the end of the afternoon. It also depends on each person’s schedule.” For her, it is important to move, no matter the moment. “Feel free to put a slot for sports in your agenda, so your colleagues can’t zoom in instead.” It is advisable to prepare a corner in its specific housing for the sport: “Put your sports stuff clearly visible so you don’t forget to do your session. Then, why not plan time slots with your friends or colleagues to motivate yourself together.”

2/ Opt for a varied routine

“It all depends on the space you have, but we always manage to fit in a space for a mat. So you can get into bootcamp, yoga, pilates, dance, boxing if you push the furniture a bit …”, says Flavie Lefèvre. Low-impact sports are best if you live in an apartment and don’t want to bother your neighbors.

“The most important thing is to have a varied routine, because the body gets used to the movement and little by little it will spend less energy, you have to change to allow the body to be challenged and to function efficiently”, advises the coach. Thus, it is ideally necessary to mix cardio sessions, muscle strengthening activities and activities focused more on mobility and stretching. “To strengthen your mind, why not complete your routine with a meditation session.”

3/ Be careful not to hurt yourself

“No, I do not advise against any sport in particular. However, you have to be careful with your postures, your alignments so as not to create pain. Finally, if you are in pain, you should not force it”, says Flavie Lefèvre. “If you take live online lessons, it’s convenient because the coach can be there and correct placements via your camera.”

4/ Get motivated every day

When you are teleworking, you move less. Movements are often limited to going back and forth between the kitchen and the living room. “You have to move a little more than normal and integrate as much movement as possible into the day”, warns the coach. “So, don’t hesitate to integrate movement, by going for a walk before starting the telework day for example.” The specialist advises doing a little sport every day, but in a varied way. Plus, you don’t need to invest in expensive machines or other gym gear. All you need is a mat and be inventive: “dumbbells can be replaced by bottles of water, for example. The most important thing is to keep moving for our mental health. Faced with a lot of fatigue and exhaustion, sport can act as a energy catalyst.”

Every day, the editorial staff of aufeminin addresses millions of women and accompanies them in all stages of their lives. The aufeminin editorial staff is made up of committed and …

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Sport allows you to clear your head and take care of your physical health. How to keep moving while working remotely? What sports do you prefer? Flavie Lefèvre, pilates and yoga teacher and marketing director at Urban Sport Club, enlightens us.

Since the start of the global Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, telework has become more democratic for most French people. “We have been between confinement, deconfinement, opening, closing for 2 years… This has a huge impact on physical health”, warns Flavie Lefèvre, pilates and yoga teacher and marketing director at Urban Sport Club. The fact of moving less can lead to risks related to a sedentary lifestyle. “The pandemic has also impacted mental health. However, according to a study carried out by the IFOP in 2020 for Urban Sports Club, 60% of French people consider sport as a means of decompressing, of defining a professional and personal life, while the two have become more and more intertwined since we have been working from home.”

During a day at home, you have to take a moment to do good to your body and mind. “25% of the courses carried out via Urban Sport Club were carried out online thanks to telework, this indicates that the French.es are very flexible and that they have become accustomed to opening their computer and doing a course. in line.” Discover 4 pro tips to get into sports while working remotely and to keep in shape.

1/ Listen to your body

There is no perfect time to exercise. “You have to listen to your body. Some people have more energy in the morning, others at the end of the afternoon. It also depends on each person’s schedule.” For her, it is important to move, no matter the moment. “Feel free to put a slot for sports in your agenda, so your colleagues can’t zoom in instead.” It is advisable to prepare a corner in its specific housing for the sport: “Put your sports stuff clearly visible so you don’t forget to do your session. Then, why not plan time slots with your friends or colleagues to motivate yourself together.”

2/ Opt for a varied routine

“It all depends on the space you have, but we always manage to fit in a space for a mat. So you can get into bootcamp, yoga, pilates, dance, boxing if you push the furniture a bit …”, says Flavie Lefèvre. Low-impact sports are best if you live in an apartment and don’t want to bother your neighbors.

“The most important thing is to have a varied routine, because the body gets used to the movement and little by little it will spend less energy, you have to change to allow the body to be challenged and to function efficiently”, advises the coach. Thus, it is ideally necessary to mix cardio sessions, muscle strengthening activities and activities focused more on mobility and stretching. “To strengthen your mind, why not complete your routine with a meditation session.”

3/ Be careful not to hurt yourself

“No, I do not advise against any sport in particular. However, you have to be careful with your postures, your alignments so as not to create pain. Finally, if you are in pain, you should not force it”, says Flavie Lefèvre. “If you take live online lessons, it’s convenient because the coach can be there and correct placements via your camera.”

4/ Get motivated every day

When you are teleworking, you move less. Movements are often limited to going back and forth between the kitchen and the living room. “You have to move a little more than normal and integrate as much movement as possible into the day”, warns the coach. “So, don’t hesitate to integrate movement, by going for a walk before starting the telework day for example.” The specialist advises doing a little sport every day, but in a varied way. Plus, you don’t need to invest in expensive machines or other gym gear. All you need is a mat and be inventive: “dumbbells can be replaced by bottles of water, for example. The most important thing is to keep moving for our mental health. Faced with a lot of fatigue and exhaustion, sport can act as a energy catalyst.”

Every day, the editorial staff of aufeminin addresses millions of women and accompanies them in all stages of their lives. The aufeminin editorial staff is made up of committed and …

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For its Taycan station wagon, Porsche has done things upside down. It was first of all the adventurous version, called Cross Turismo, which was launched in the spring of 2021. To discover the “classic” version, the Sport Turismo, we had to wait almost eight more months. With a range first far from complete, since only the GTS variant had then been unveiled. If you didn’t want raised ground clearance, skid plates or black plastic fender flares, then you had no choice: you also had to sign a check for over €135,000. A lack of diversity that the brand did not however take too long to fill, since four new engines are arriving at the start of 2022.

TO READ. Our review of the Porsche Taycan GTS Sport Turismo

From the 408 hp rear-wheel drive to the 761 hp Turbo S

porsche taycan cross turismo
The Taycan Cross Turismo adapts to electric a well-known recipe from the Audi Allroad, Volvo Cross Country or Subaru Outback.

The surprise is not really appropriate. We now find the same offer as on the four-door sedan. With, as an “entry ticket” at nearly €90,000, the only rear-wheel-drive version: the Taycan Sport Turismo station wagon “just short”. If it already has 408 hp as standard with a 79.2 kWh accumulator, it is possible to increase to 476 hp and 93.4 kW with the optional Performance Plus battery… for a “small” supplement of €5,772. Note that these powers are only obtained for a short period of time, via an overboost: constantly, it will be necessary to be satisfied with 326 or 380 hp. A principle applied to all engines.

porsche taycan sport turismo turbo s
There is obviously no visible exhaust outlet on this electric Porsche, even if its advanced variant is called Turbo S like the thermal or hybrid models.
porsche taycan sport turismo trunk
More practical than that of the sedan thanks to its tailgate, the trunk is also more welcoming, with a volume ranging from 446 l, or 405 l in Turbo and Turbo S, to 1,212 l, or 1,171 l on Turbo models. .

The double choice of “batteries” is also adopted on the second echelon, the Taycan 4S Sport Turismo, equipped with all-wheel drive. Except that the cavalry with overboost varies this time from 530 hp with the 79.2 kWh accumulator to 571 hp with the Performance Plus battery, thanks to the use of two electric motors, one for each axle. We then move on to the already mentioned GTS, which necessarily has 93.4 kWh of capacity, four-wheel drive and a maximum of 598 hp. As for the Turbo and Turbo S, they are obviously devoid of any turbocharger, reserved for internal combustion engines. Their only role is to cap the range, with up to 680 hp for the first and up to 761 hp for the second.

Some new equipment

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When equipped with “Sunshine Control”, the panoramic roof consists of nine segments whose opacity can be individually adjusted.

This Sport Turismo also introduces, as an option, new equipment: the panoramic roof with “Sunshine Control”, equipped with nine segments whose opacity can be individually adjusted using a touch control. The “clear”, “intermediate”, “bright” and “opaque” settings can thus be modified with the tip of your finger. The price of this novelty has not yet been communicated, but plan a few thousand euros all the same. It is indeed already necessary to count 1,620 € for a classic panoramic roof with curtain. In another register, Porsche also now offers remote parking assistance. It is then possible to park your Taycan in parallel or in battle even without being present on board. Comfort billed at €2,166. On the other hand, the update carried out last fall to bring various improvements to this first electric Porsche was indeed free: addition of Android Auto, more efficient voice assistant, optimized charging scheduler…

Prix ​​Porsche Taycan Sport Turismo (2022)

In the catalog, the prices of this Taycan Sport Turismo are between €89,324 and €190,894. Its entry-level is thus 960 € more expensive than that of the sedan. On the other hand, it is less expensive by 9,240 € than that of the Taycan Cross Turismo, which only exists in four-wheel drive. With the same engine, the additional cost of the adventurer station wagon amounts to €4,440 compared to the Sport Turismo. But as always with Porsche, dozens of options will allow you to easily increase the bill by €10,000 or €20,000…

Price in euros Battery (kWh) Constant power /

overboost (ch)
Price
Taycan Sport Turismo 79,2 326/408 89 324
Taycan Sport Turismo (Performance Plus battery) 93,4 380/476 95 096
Taycan 4S Sport Turismo 79,2 435/530 110 374
Taycan 4S Sport Turismo

(Performance Plus battery)
93,4 490/571 115 942
Taycan Sport Turismo GTS 93,4 517/598 136 619
Taycan Sport Turismo Turbo 93,4 625/680 157 294
Taycan Sport Turismo Turbo S 93,4 625/761 190 894

TO READ. Porsche 911 (2022). Limited series for 50 years of Porsche Design

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For its Taycan station wagon, Porsche has done things upside down. It was first of all the adventurous version, called Cross Turismo, which was launched in the spring of 2021. To discover the “classic” version, the Sport Turismo, we had to wait almost eight more months. With a range first far from complete, since only the GTS variant had then been unveiled. If you didn’t want raised ground clearance, skid plates or black plastic fender flares, then you had no choice: you also had to sign a check for over €135,000. A lack of diversity that the brand did not however take too long to fill, since four new engines are arriving at the start of 2022.

TO READ. Our review of the Porsche Taycan GTS Sport Turismo

From the 408 hp rear-wheel drive to the 761 hp Turbo S

porsche taycan cross turismo
The Taycan Cross Turismo adapts to electric a well-known recipe from the Audi Allroad, Volvo Cross Country or Subaru Outback.

The surprise is not really appropriate. We now find the same offer as on the four-door sedan. With, as an “entry ticket” at nearly €90,000, the only rear-wheel-drive version: the Taycan Sport Turismo station wagon “just short”. If it already has 408 hp as standard with a 79.2 kWh accumulator, it is possible to increase to 476 hp and 93.4 kW with the optional Performance Plus battery… for a “small” supplement of €5,772. Note that these powers are only obtained for a short period of time, via an overboost: constantly, it will be necessary to be satisfied with 326 or 380 hp. A principle applied to all engines.

porsche taycan sport turismo turbo s
There is obviously no visible exhaust outlet on this electric Porsche, even if its advanced variant is called Turbo S like the thermal or hybrid models.
porsche taycan sport turismo trunk
More practical than that of the sedan thanks to its tailgate, the trunk is also more welcoming, with a volume ranging from 446 l, or 405 l in Turbo and Turbo S, to 1,212 l, or 1,171 l on Turbo models. .

The double choice of “batteries” is also adopted on the second echelon, the Taycan 4S Sport Turismo, equipped with all-wheel drive. Except that the cavalry with overboost varies this time from 530 hp with the 79.2 kWh accumulator to 571 hp with the Performance Plus battery, thanks to the use of two electric motors, one for each axle. We then move on to the already mentioned GTS, which necessarily has 93.4 kWh of capacity, four-wheel drive and a maximum of 598 hp. As for the Turbo and Turbo S, they are obviously devoid of any turbocharger, reserved for internal combustion engines. Their only role is to cap the range, with up to 680 hp for the first and up to 761 hp for the second.

Some new equipment

porsche taycan sport turismo toit sunshine control
When equipped with “Sunshine Control”, the panoramic roof consists of nine segments whose opacity can be individually adjusted.

This Sport Turismo also introduces, as an option, new equipment: the panoramic roof with “Sunshine Control”, equipped with nine segments whose opacity can be individually adjusted using a touch control. The “clear”, “intermediate”, “bright” and “opaque” settings can thus be modified with the tip of your finger. The price of this novelty has not yet been communicated, but plan a few thousand euros all the same. It is indeed already necessary to count 1,620 € for a classic panoramic roof with curtain. In another register, Porsche also now offers remote parking assistance. It is then possible to park your Taycan in parallel or in battle even without being present on board. Comfort billed at €2,166. On the other hand, the update carried out last fall to bring various improvements to this first electric Porsche was indeed free: addition of Android Auto, more efficient voice assistant, optimized charging scheduler…

Prix ​​Porsche Taycan Sport Turismo (2022)

In the catalog, the prices of this Taycan Sport Turismo are between €89,324 and €190,894. Its entry-level is thus 960 € more expensive than that of the sedan. On the other hand, it is less expensive by 9,240 € than that of the Taycan Cross Turismo, which only exists in four-wheel drive. With the same engine, the additional cost of the adventurer station wagon amounts to €4,440 compared to the Sport Turismo. But as always with Porsche, dozens of options will allow you to easily increase the bill by €10,000 or €20,000…

Price in euros Battery (kWh) Constant power /

overboost (ch)
Price
Taycan Sport Turismo 79,2 326/408 89 324
Taycan Sport Turismo (Performance Plus battery) 93,4 380/476 95 096
Taycan 4S Sport Turismo 79,2 435/530 110 374
Taycan 4S Sport Turismo

(Performance Plus battery)
93,4 490/571 115 942
Taycan Sport Turismo GTS 93,4 517/598 136 619
Taycan Sport Turismo Turbo 93,4 625/680 157 294
Taycan Sport Turismo Turbo S 93,4 625/761 190 894

TO READ. Porsche 911 (2022). Limited series for 50 years of Porsche Design

.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642600084) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(66) "The Vaccination Pass will not be compulsory this weekend for sport" ["link"]=> string(101) "https://brandnewstores.com/sports/the-vaccination-pass-will-not-be-compulsory-this-weekend-for-sport/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Betty Foster" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 19 Jan 2022 13:17:03 +0000" ["category"]=> string(46) "Sportingscompulsorypasssportvaccinationweekend" ["guid"]=> string(101) "https://brandnewstores.com/sports/the-vaccination-pass-will-not-be-compulsory-this-weekend-for-sport/" ["description"]=> string(89) "From Monday, you will need the Vaccination Pass to enter a stadium. (Photo Philippe Le..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(2213) "

While the law on the Vaccine Pass could be published in the Official Journal this weekend, it will not impact amateur sports meetings.

The final version of the law on the Vaccination Pass – which will be compulsory in particular to enter a stadium or practice sport – was voted in third reading on Sunday January 16 by the National Assembly. Seized by several deputies and senators, the Constitutional Council must deliver its conclusions on Friday January 21. The promulgation will be carried out in stride with a probable publication in the Official Journal on Saturday or Sunday.

An application from this weekend would then have consequences for sporting events, in particular amateur football. We therefore questioned the Ministry of Sports to find out if the clubs would be immediately impacted by the Vaccination Pass.

The Vaccination Pass applicable from Monday?

“The application of the Pass vaccine should not impact the meetings of the coming weekend, we were told. After validation of the Constitutional Council and the publication of the decree during the next weekend, these measures should take place from next week. »

This will reassure all the clubs but also the authorities (FFF, Leagues and Districts) who feared that the Vaccination Pass would be applicable from this weekend for sport. On the other hand, the ministry “invites you to anticipate the consequences of these measures in your organization because people who will not be in possession of the Vaccination Pass will no longer have access to ERPX and PA”. We must therefore expect an obligation from Monday. The Ministry of Sports has also updated the health decisions until January 24.

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While the law on the Vaccine Pass could be published in the Official Journal this weekend, it will not impact amateur sports meetings.

The final version of the law on the Vaccination Pass – which will be compulsory in particular to enter a stadium or practice sport – was voted in third reading on Sunday January 16 by the National Assembly. Seized by several deputies and senators, the Constitutional Council must deliver its conclusions on Friday January 21. The promulgation will be carried out in stride with a probable publication in the Official Journal on Saturday or Sunday.

An application from this weekend would then have consequences for sporting events, in particular amateur football. We therefore questioned the Ministry of Sports to find out if the clubs would be immediately impacted by the Vaccination Pass.

The Vaccination Pass applicable from Monday?

“The application of the Pass vaccine should not impact the meetings of the coming weekend, we were told. After validation of the Constitutional Council and the publication of the decree during the next weekend, these measures should take place from next week. »

This will reassure all the clubs but also the authorities (FFF, Leagues and Districts) who feared that the Vaccination Pass would be applicable from this weekend for sport. On the other hand, the ministry “invites you to anticipate the consequences of these measures in your organization because people who will not be in possession of the Vaccination Pass will no longer have access to ERPX and PA”. We must therefore expect an obligation from Monday. The Ministry of Sports has also updated the health decisions until January 24.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642598223) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(53) "Egypt plays its qualification, the program of the day" ["link"]=> string(87) "https://brandnewstores.com/sports/egypt-plays-its-qualification-the-program-of-the-day/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Betty Foster" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 19 Jan 2022 11:44:49 +0000" ["category"]=> string(42) "SportingsdayEgyptPlaysprogramQualification" ["guid"]=> string(87) "https://brandnewstores.com/sports/egypt-plays-its-qualification-the-program-of-the-day/" ["description"]=> string(82) "CALENDAR CAN. The group stage of the 2022 African Cup of Nations is soon coming..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(8132) "

CALENDAR CAN. The group stage of the 2022 African Cup of Nations is soon coming to an end with the outcome of the group of Egypt, not yet qualified.

[Mis à jour le 19 janvier à 08h45] After the elimination of Ghana on Tuesday January 18, will a great African nation fall by the wayside? Second in their group, Mohamed Salah’s Egypt is playing their qualification against Sudan and must not lose against their opponent or risk being eliminated from CAN 2022. The qualification of the Pharaohs will also depend on the result of the other meeting. between Guinea-Bissau and Nigeria. If Guinea Bissau wins, Egypt will simply have their backs against the wall.

What is the CAN 2022 match schedule?

Wednesday January 19

Thursday January 20

Sunday January 23 :

Monday January 24

Tuesday, January 25

Wednesday January 26

Saturday January 29

Sunday January 30

Wednesday February 2

Thursday February 3

Sunday February 6

On which channel and at what time to follow the CAN matches?

The entirety of the 2022 African Cup of Nations will be followed live and exclusively on the antennas of beIN Sports with all the channels of the group which will be mobilized. The meetings will be broadcast from 2 p.m., 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. during this AFCON.

Thursday, January 13, 2022

Friday, January 14, 2022

Saturday January 15, 2022

Sunday January 16, 2022

Monday, January 17, 2022

Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Thursday, January 20, 2022

Round of 16 TV program

Sunday January 23, 2022

Monday, January 24, 2022

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Quarter-final TV program

Saturday January 29, 2022

Sunday January 30, 2022

Semi-Finals TV program

Wednesday, February 2, 2022

Thursday, February 3, 2022

Third place

Sunday February 6, 2022

Finale

Sunday February 6, 2022

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CALENDAR CAN. The group stage of the 2022 African Cup of Nations is soon coming to an end with the outcome of the group of Egypt, not yet qualified.

[Mis à jour le 19 janvier à 08h45] After the elimination of Ghana on Tuesday January 18, will a great African nation fall by the wayside? Second in their group, Mohamed Salah’s Egypt is playing their qualification against Sudan and must not lose against their opponent or risk being eliminated from CAN 2022. The qualification of the Pharaohs will also depend on the result of the other meeting. between Guinea-Bissau and Nigeria. If Guinea Bissau wins, Egypt will simply have their backs against the wall.

What is the CAN 2022 match schedule?

Wednesday January 19

Thursday January 20

Sunday January 23 :

Monday January 24

Tuesday, January 25

Wednesday January 26

Saturday January 29

Sunday January 30

Wednesday February 2

Thursday February 3

Sunday February 6

On which channel and at what time to follow the CAN matches?

The entirety of the 2022 African Cup of Nations will be followed live and exclusively on the antennas of beIN Sports with all the channels of the group which will be mobilized. The meetings will be broadcast from 2 p.m., 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. during this AFCON.

Thursday, January 13, 2022

Friday, January 14, 2022

Saturday January 15, 2022

Sunday January 16, 2022

Monday, January 17, 2022

Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Thursday, January 20, 2022

Round of 16 TV program

Sunday January 23, 2022

Monday, January 24, 2022

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Quarter-final TV program

Saturday January 29, 2022

Sunday January 30, 2022

Semi-Finals TV program

Wednesday, February 2, 2022

Thursday, February 3, 2022

Third place

Sunday February 6, 2022

Finale

Sunday February 6, 2022

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