• How to play Trobjan Defence

    Hey Guys , here are some tactics you can use to play Trobjan for the defence maps! What you think? Got any suggestions?

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    Hey Guys , here are some tactics you can use to play Tracer for both the attack and the defence maps!  What you think?  Got any suggestions?

  • Sony PlayStation PS4 Pro/Neo, Finally Announced, Is It worth getting?

    The full specs of the PS4 Pro can be found below:

    • Main processor: Custom-chip single Processor
      • CPU: x86-64 AMD “Jaguar,” 8 cores
      • GPU: 4.20 TFLOPS, AMD Radeon™ based graphics engine
    • Memory: GDDR5 8GB
    • Storage size: 1TB
    • External dimensions: Approx. 295×55×327 mm (width × height × length) (excludes largest projection)
    • Mass: Approx. 3.3 kg
    • BD/DVD Drive: BD × 6 CAV, DVD × 8 CAV
    • Input/Output: Super-Speed USB (USB 3.1 Gen.1) port × 3, AUX port × 1
    • Networking: Ethernet (10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, 1000BASE-T)×1, IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth® 4.0 (LE)
    • Power: AC 100V, 50/60Hz
    • Power consumption: Max. 310W
    • Operating temp: 5ºC – 35ºC
    • AV Output: HDMI out port (supports 4K/HDR) DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) port


    PS4 Pro vs PS4

    So whats the difference between the PS4 and PS4 Pro


    PS4 Pro

    CPU: 8 AMD Jaguar cores @ 1.6 GHz GPU: AMD GCN, 18 CUs @ 800 MHz, 1.84 Teraflops Memory: GDDR5 8GB, 176 GB/sHDD: 500GB, 1TB

    AV output: HDMI, Analog-AV out, Optical out

    Wi-Fi: 2.4GHz

    Power consumption: Up to 250 W

    Dimensions: 275mm x 53mm x 305mm (2013 model)
    265mm x 39mm x 288mm (Slim 2016 model)

    CPU: 8 AMD Jaguar cores @ 2.1 GHz GPU: AMD GCN, 36 CUs @ 911 MHz, 4.20 Teraflops Memory: GDDR5 8GB, 218 GB/sHDD: 1TB

    AV output: HDMI, Optical out

    Wi-Fi: 2.4GHz and 5GHz

    Power consumption: Up to 310 W

    Dimensions: 295mm x 55mm x 327mm


    So what do you think? are you going to be getting a PS4 Pro? or are you going to Hold out like me? Let us know in the comments below and lets have a discussion.

  • What are Carbohydrate?


    Carbohydrate or carbs are our third macro, now like protein and fats, there a lot of crazy carb diets out there and a lot of confusing about carbs. So what are carbohydrates?

    Carbs are a third macro, and provide our main sources of energy and usually provide fibre, vitamins and minerals. But unlike the first two, carbs are non-essential, meaning that awe can like without carbs, since our body can produce energy mainly in the liver from fats and protein.

    There are two main types of carbs:

    • Simple (high glycaemic )
    • Complex (low glycaemic)
    • Fibrous carbs

    So the reason for their grouping is the way the body response to them.

    Simple carbs

    When you eat high-glycaemic carbs, your body processes them rapidly, absorbs them in the intestines, and delivers them right into your bloodstream. This increases your blood glucose levels, which spikes insulin. An insulin spike can be useful after a workout to help restore the muscle glycogen levels, but it’s not great at any other time of day. Reason being it can lead to increased fat storage.

    Complex carbs

    You don’t digest low-glycaemic carbs as rapidly. They don’t create the same sharp spike in blood glucose, so they offer a steadier supply of energy. These carbs should be your main source of carbs throughout the day.

    Fibrous carbs

    Fibrous carbs, provide very little energy and mainly consist of water but are a great sources of dietary fibre, which aid in digestion and help us keep regular help us absorb nutrition.

    Good sources of complex carb

    • Sweet potato
    • Oats
    • Brown rice
    • Brown pasta
    • Kenwa

    Sources of simple carbs

    • Raw sugar
    • Brown sugar
    • Corn syrup and high-fructose corn syrup
    • Glucose, fructose, and sucrose
    • Fruit juice concentrate

    Fibrous carbs

    • Broccolis
    • Green beans
    • Celery

    So we know why Carbs are important and where to get it from, but how much should we be eating? Will for an active person, who body fat is within the healthy range and trains on a regular basis I would recommend 1g-1.3g per pound of body weight, which will help promote energy and maintain muscle growth and strength.

    So know you have a better understanding, is there anything I missed? Feel free to leave comments bellows, and like always for more great videos don’t forget to like and subscribe.

  • What is Protein?


    What is protein?

    Protein….. Now you’ve properly heard this word been said a lot, from personal trainers to the local meat head, but what is protein?

    Protein is one of the three main macro-nutritious, and a classed as essential, Meaning that without them its life is not possible.

    Protein are made from macromolecules, consisting of organic compounds, that are bound together to create long chains of amino acid residues.

    These essential amino acids cannot be synthesized by our bodies, are require us to obtain from out nutrition. Below is the list of the 9 we require from our nutrition:

    [Phenylalanine, valine, threonine, tryptophan, methionine, leucine, isoleucine, lysine, and histidine]

    Proteins perform a wide range of functions within our body, from catalysing metabolic reactions, DNA replication, our body’s growth, repairing damaged tissues and dealing with the body’s general up keep and even used as an energy source.

    In fitness the protein is the main building blocks to our muscle, and when we train we create micro tears in the muscle, which are repaired by the body with the use of our protein, result in a muscle that is stronger bigger than before. Studies have shown that people who train and eat a high protein with low carbs can aid fat loss.

    Eating high protein can resulting an increase in metabolic rate which can result in burning body fat!

    Good sources of protein are the following:

    For Meat Eaters


    White meat: such as chicken and turkey breast, aim to get skinless since the skin loaded with saturated fat

    Red Meats: lean beef mince or lean cuts steak, aim for less than 5% fat

    Eggs: eggs whites have one of the highest bio availability out of food, and yolks are a lot a great sources of protein, but try to aim for a max of 3 yolks a day, since they do have good amount of fat.

    White Fish: such as Cod, Pollock and Tilapia, which are great fast absorbing protein and really low in fat

    Oil fish: such as salmon, mackerel and sardines. These are great for protein and have lots of healthy omega fast.

    Dairy: such as Milk, cheese and yogurts. Dairy foods are a great mix of slow and fast digesting proteins, since it is composed of both whey and casein but aim for the lower fat versions.

    For Vegetarians

    best-vegetarian-protein-sourcesLegumes: Green, red, yellow, brown or black, lentils offer over 17 grams of protein per cup.

    Soy: such as Tofu, soybeans and edamame are great sources of protein, but for guys try not to eat too much since soy does have estrogen mimic.

    Beans: navy beans, black bean and pinto bean are great source of protein with an average of 14 grams of protein per cup.

    Nuts: almonds, walnuts and Pistachios are also great source of protein and health fats.

    Quinoa: Most whole grains do not contain the amino acid lysine, or contain very little lysine. Quinoa, however, supplies this amino acid along with the other eight essential amino acids in amounts that are balanced well for the needs of humans. Quinoa also has a relatively high amount of protein for a grain at 13.8 percent protein.

    Seitan: Although seitan is made from wheat, it is low in carbs and high in protein. A 100g is about 23 grams of protein, which is on par with white and red meat.


    a7249fb0-1b45-4acc-920c-c1164283af01There are lots of supplements on the market when it comes to protein, but I’ll make a separate video on this.

    So we know why Protein is important and where to get it from, but how much should we be eating? Will for an active person who trains on a regular basis I would recommend 1g-1.5g per pound of body weight, which will help promote muscle growth and strength. This might sound a lot, but protein will be our main source of nutrition with 1 protein = 4 Cals, also the body finds it very difficult to convert protein to fats, so it’ll either be used for growth or as energy.

    So know you have a better understanding, is there anything I missed? Feel free to leave comments bellows, and like always for more great videos don’t forget to like and subscribe.

  • Macro vs Calories, What are they?

    Macro Vs Calories

    Macro vs Calories

    Today video is a quick overview of macros vs calories?

    So you properly the terms, macro and calories being used a lot, form a wide range of diets and food plans, but what are they?

    Well let’s start off with macro, what are macro?

    Macros stand for Macronutrients,

    Nutrients are consumable substances our body use for energy, growth, and bodily functions. Depending on the nutrient, these substances are needed in small amounts such as vitamins and minerals or larger amounts. Those that are needed in large amounts are called macronutrients.

    Macronutrients measure out food intake by breaking them down into three main groups, which are;

    • Protein, which are essential the building blocks of life
    • Lipids (Fats) which are essential to body function and hormone production
    • And finally Carbohydrates, which provides energy and fibre and vitamins

    These are measured in grams.


    Now calories are a unit of measure of energy.

    Scientific speaking, there are two units of calories:

    The first is a standard unit calorie =1cal is the amount of energy required to raise one gram of water by one degree Celsius.

    The second unit is the kilocalorie = 1Cal is the amount of energy required to raise one kilogram of water by one degree Celsius.

    1 kilocalorie = 1,000 standard calories.

    Where 1 Calorie = 4.1 joules, however the big difference between Marco and calories is that calories don’t distinguish between the energy sources, whether that be protein, carbohydrates or fats.

    Out the two I mainly use macros as my unit of measure, but that said both are linked can be convert quite easily using the following equation

    • Protein 1 gram = 4 Cal
    • Carbohydrate 1 gram = 4 Cal
    • Fats 1 gram = 9 Cal
    • Alcohol: 1 gram = 7 Cal

    So an example of this is if you look at a food label and it lists 10 grams of protein, 0 grams of carbohydrates, and 0 grams of fat, that food would contain 40 calories.

    Now the recommend amount of calories for an adult are the following:

    For an adult male is 2500 and for an adult female is 2000.

    Now I hopefully that helped clear up both calories and macros, so what’s your option? Leave you interesting comments below and for more awesome fitness tips and advice with weekly videos please like and subscribe. And thank you for watching.

  • What is Pokemon Go? And will it save Nintendo?

    There’s no denying that Pokemon has been a huge brand for quite some time. With 20 years of movies, games and cartoons, the Pokemon legacy is a massive one but Pokemon GO tries to take things even further in a very interesting manner. The idea with this game is simple, it features augmented reality that allows you to chase and find Pokemon in the real world.

    It’s a very interesting and refined game experience that’s unlike everything you have ever seen in the Pokemon world. The ability to just wander around through the city looking at your screen is amazing and it does come with some benefits. You get to explore the town you live in or new towns for that matter and at the same time you get a great workout from it.

    Previous Pokemon games were more focused on battle rather than catching pokemon. That was interesting as well, but most of these games lacked the portability that a mobile phone has. And while there are a few pokemon games on the phone, nothing does impact the gaming world as much as Pokemon GO.

    The reason is simple, GO comes with innovation. It’s the first augmented reality game of this scale and adding in pokemon into the mix was a wise choice for the game developers, that’s for sure. You will also like the fact that the gameplay is very simple, even if you can level up, get new items and so on.

    The popularity for this game is so huge that not only did the game top the charts for Google Play and Apple Store, it also has a user base that’s similar to the one of Twitter. Which is crazy, considering the fact that at the time of this writing Pokemon GO isn’t out in Europe and some parts of Asia.

    One thing is certain, Pokemon GO is indeed becoming a huge hit for Nintendo and it does bring in front some of the best gaming moments of the decade. Having the ability to play an augmented reality game is extraordinary and lots of fun, and this can be a huge hit for Nintendo. As the game reaches new regions and it manages to expand with new features, it can indeed become the best and most successful game that Nintendo has ever released. One thing is certain, the game continues to grow and there’s no sign of stopping!

    What does this mean for Nintendo? One thing is certain, Pokemon GO is a huge moneymaker and the monetization is very good here. They did place some ads inside the game and you can also use real money to get items like pokeballs and so on. Also, Pokemon GO has managed to up the Nintendo stock price with 36% for a few days after its launch, which managed to add more than $7 billion to the market capitalization. And that’s not even including the real money spent on in-app purchases and other similar stuff.

    So what do you think? Is Pokémon go, going to save Nintendo or is it a sellout for hardcore gamers? Leave your comments below and lets have a discussion.

  • E3 2016

    This year at E3 2016, plenty of new games were revealed and the new Xbox consoles were officially announced. While Microsoft had a lot to show with new hardware coming out, Sony had a conference full of just games from start to end which is why Sony is being considered the ‘winner’ of E3.

    Sony E3 2016

    Sony had a strong game line-up overall with titles such as God of War, Horizon Zero Dawn, The Last Guardian and Days Gone. They also announced the long awaited return the Crash Bandicoot series, the original trilogy is being remastered for the PlayStation 4 and he will also be coming to the Skylanders series. Hideo Kojima also made an appearance to reveal his new game, Death Stranding, which was met with a roaring applaud from the E3 audience. Sony announced that their PlayStation VR headset would be released this year and that it will be receiving several triple A title games including Resident Evil 7.

    Microsoft E3 2016While the Microsoft conference was less game intensive, they did reveal the new Xbox One S which is 40% smaller than the original console and still has an integrated power system; Project Scorpio was briefly mentioned to confirm the rumors and to show that it’s a different console, this one will run games in 4K resolution. As a bonus, Xbox Live will be getting an overhaul and Minecraft players will soon be able to play with people on other Xbox Live platforms through the Cross-Platform play.

     In terms of games, Microsoft also had quite a bit to show gamers; Gears of War 4, ReCore, Killer Instinct, Tekken 7, Dead Rising, Scalebound and Halo Wars 2 are just some of the games that were confirmed. In addition to this, it was revealed that the new “Play Anywhere Cross-Buy” allows players to purchase a game on either Xbox One or Windows 10 and they will be able to play the game on the other platform as well.

    Nintendo E3 2016

    Nintendo conference was very focus on the new upcoming Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and i have to say the new open world looked amazing, however there was no mention of the new NX Nintendo console .

    Game footage of various highly anticipated games were also finally shown at E3 this year, games such as Titanfall 2 (which finally has a single player mode), Ghost Recon Wildlands and For Honor. Unexpected games were announced over the course of E3 and gamers can look forwards to Quake Champions, Fallout 4 VR, Steep, Death Stranding and Gwent: The Witcher Card Game.

     There are plenty of great upcoming games now thanks to all the reveals at E3 and players have a lot to look forwards to. So what are you looking forward to playing from E3, leave your comments below and lets have a conversation.

  • X Men Apocalypse – Watch or Miss

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  • Zootopia Review – Watch or Miss?

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