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Jim Gauthier

Jim is a a licensed massage therapist with a vast knowledge of anatomy and injury. When he is not healing people with his magical abilities, Jim's goal is to provide everyday players with in-depth knowledge from an amateur players perspective. Find him on his Facebook Page for any personal questions or injury help!

Brasil’s Third Kit By Nike – World Cup Ready

Nike recently put out a pretty slick looking Brazil Third Kit that they will have ready in the waiting should the host country need it at this summers World Cup. Sporting all the latest Nike tech and a design inspired by the life and landscape of Brasil, the black-green color …

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Tiempo ’94 MID Italian Style – 3 for “23”

Tiempo Group Pack featured

Nike has released three new versions of the  Tiempo ’94 MID and they are inspired by Italian footballer Marco Materazzi and they are looking snazzy. You may remember Marco as the man who got headbutted in the chest by Zidane. Outside of being headbutted Marco lead quite a successful career. …

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Self Care – Trigger Point Therapy

Messi Knee Injury

Being sore isn’t so fun. Sure it feels good to have a hard work out or practice, to have a trying game where you end up on the turf a few times. I love the initial soreness of it for sure. Soccer is a rough game and it takes a heavy toll …

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Nike Tiempo Legacy Turf Review

There are a variety of turf options out on the market and a fair amount of leather boots at that. I have had a very wide sample of leather turf boots so I’m immediately wondering if the Legacy will turn out to just be more of the same. The Legacy …

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Miadidas Boots – “Best Of” MLS Edition

Often in European leagues there are cases of players wearing custom made colorways to match their kits, especially as they can’t always wear what they want since most of them have contracts to wear a specific boot so they turn to NikeID or miadidas. Those players in the MLS that …

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Complete Adidas World Cup Ball Set – A History Lesson

World Cup Soccer balls

One of the most memorable pieces of a world cup is the match ball used. What better way to remember a World Cup than by getting the ball that is being kicked around throughout the competition. As the World Cup is only held every four years and there has only …

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XBlades Legend Speed – Boot Review

XBlades Legend Speed

Hot on the tail of the Sniper Speed review we have their leather counterpart, the Legend Speed. Much like the name implies this boot is a heritage speed hybrid putting it in a much beloved and successful category in the boot market. Unlike a lot of heritage boots on the …

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Nike Hypervenom Phelon Turf – Boot Review

Since the release of the Hypervenom and my testing of the Phatal AG my eye has been set on the Phelon Turf. The Phelon Turf is the lightest Turf boot to grace the market to date, sitting well below the usual 10 oz mark at a very respectable 8 oz. …

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XBlades Sniper Speed – Boot Review

Sniper

Xblades aren’t a huge player on the market and I’ve never actually seen a pair in person. So, I was quite excited to hear that I would be getting a few pairs of Xblades in for testing. Seeing as more interest was expressed over the Sniper Speed, I made sure …

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Foot Care; Six Tips To Keep Your Feet Healthy

Foot Pain

If your feet are bothering you it becomes hard to play comfortably, sometimes it gets hard to play at all! Having owned well over 30 pairs of boots I can tell you foot problems can really add up and seeing as I’ve had to deal with breaking in and getting …

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Best Soccer Cleats for Creative Players

Henry Creative Player

What do Messi, Oscar, Ozil, Thierry Henry and Xavi all have in common? They are all creative masterminds out on the field. Rather than boots by position I believe in boots by style. One of the most impressive and vital styles on the field has to be those who use …

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Mercurial Mentality; Boot and Brand Bias, Signs and Symptoms

The Nike Mercurial; since their initial introduction in 1998 gracing the feet of Ronaldo (not Cristiano), they have been the most popular series of boot on the market – only rivaled by the Adidas Predator in terms of success. As far as I can see, there are only a few …

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Puma Momentta TF – Boot Review

Winter is coming and here come more turf reviews! The Puma Momentta is the third tier (fourth if you count the King SL) in the latest Puma King silo. My main interest in the Momentta is mainly because it holds a similar spot to its predecessor the Puma Liga finale i, which …

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Nike Hypervenom Phatal AG – Duo Review

Phatal AG Soccer Cleats

We have been getting a lot of questions about the Nike Hypervenom Phatal, so Bryan and I decided we should both add our thoughts to give a more broad ranging opinion. Bryan got them in first and gave them a run around before sending them off to me. Nike’s penchant …

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