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    This is message of one of my reader want to pass to our players.

    I think that Malaysian Players want to achieve higher perfomance level and keep thier perfomance consistent need to have one Chinese Medication Doctor who can provide consultation on “HOW TO KEEP BALANCE THIER ENERGY YING AND YANG, QI AND SUE!” This is very very important to help the player to build up their body thoroughly and cure thier inbalance from the root cause!
    Players like Lee Chong Wei and Hafiz facing back injuries and can’t recovered thoroughly. Chong Wei claim that he afraid of his back injuries will come back and make him can’t strive himself so hard in the match! His problems need Chinese Acupunture to solve! and need some chinese herbs to improve the stamina and strength! Recently we heard that Lee Chong Wei said his strength drop! He need Chinese herbs like Bei Qi, Ginseng or Cordicep so that his strength could be recovered! Chinese Medication is far more practical and is proven good if not chinese people won’t use it for more than 5000 years! Modern nutritionist is still new and a lot of theory still hypothesis mean still need time to be proven!
    We have to give some constructive suggestion to them if we really love them and want them to excel in other tournaments! Someone who know thems pls transfer this message!




    I think one body fate to earn how much money and fame is destined! If Koo and Tan lose again in Singapore and Indonesia it means that they have gather enough rewards and thats all for thier live! No point! our fate is destined, if thier merits is finished means finished! If they want more i think they need to do more good things like helping people, distribute education or religion books or VCD, do charity or free fish and animals. We have to believe this, according to one famous book in China call Liao Fan Four lesson, it clarify clearly about one person carreer acheivement and developement basically is destined by the merits he gather in his previous life! The more merits u gather , the more u get in this life! This formula is like u plant a mango seed u will get the mango to eat few years later!
    Lee Chong Wei’s merits seem to be finished. He have good skill, but most of the time lost although lead the game at 1st half! He really don’t have luck! or in other words call good merits! Lin Dan and Taufik seem to have more merits gather in previous life or maybe they are doing some good deed or charity in this life! They easily get want they want! Chong Wei and KOO & Tan really really have to do some good jobs if they want to excel thier achievement in World Championship in August and Olympic in Beijing 2008. The best things to do is free fish or birds or other animals! Is the fastest way of gather good merits! Bcoz u save somebody precious life!

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    some chinese stuffs over here...hehehe

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    the FENG SHUI of the courts r not good for MAS players
    all of them 犯太岁。
    must 打小人。

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    Give KKK a gold Fengshui bracelet and a Gucci head band to wear for the coming Sing open.

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    Below are my advices :


    1. LCW & Hafiz need to see a chiropractor to strengthen their backs, if they have any ills. It works for Australian atheletes.

    2. Pillate is good for their backs too and abdomenal muscles as well as general strength build-up.

    3. Less S** during competition -- no kidding, it saps your energy if you had it the night before. The Yin & the Yang are affected after heavy S**.

    4. Lots of fruit juice prior to tournament, the enzymes in the fruit provides for the burning of energy required to sustain the body --- looks like Hafiz needs it. Basketballer goes for pasta for energy.

    5. Mental psyche before game, telling yourself you will not lose at all costs (repeating as many as 200 times, to be sure it gets to the inner brain).

    6. During game, when one is losing, try to think of positive things (the $$$$ it will bring if you could snap out of your rut) rather than wallow in depression and give up --- pump your fist; shout when smashing to call on inner energy; and look at coach's scolding face so that you will not slacken.

    NEVER GIVE UP ! It is all easy if you know how.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tutu_h
    the FENG SHUI of the courts r not good for MAS players
    all of them 犯太岁。
    must 打小人。
    They oso need to 补运...haha..

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    Quote Originally Posted by X Ball
    Below are my advices :


    1. LCW & Hafiz need to see a chiropractor to strengthen their backs, if they have any ills. It works for Australian atheletes.

    2. Pillate is good for their backs too and abdomenal muscles as well as general strength build-up.

    3. Less S** during competition -- no kidding, it saps your energy if you had it the night before. The Yin & the Yang are affected after heavy S**.

    4. Lots of fruit juice prior to tournament, the enzymes in the fruit provides for the burning of energy required to sustain the body --- looks like Hafiz needs it. Basketballer goes for pasta for energy.

    5. Mental psyche before game, telling yourself you will not lose at all costs (repeating as many as 200 times, to be sure it gets to the inner brain).

    6. During game, when one is losing, try to think of positive things (the $$$$ it will bring if you could snap out of your rut) rather than wallow in depression and give up --- pump your fist; shout when smashing to call on inner energy; and look at coach's scolding face so that you will not slacken.

    NEVER GIVE UP ! It is all easy if you know how.
    XBall...make it simple...LCW and HH need a good massage...err! not the illegal one...hahaha! LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by X Ball
    Below are my advices :
    3. Less S** during competition -- no kidding, it saps your energy if you had it the night before. The Yin & the Yang are affected after heavy S**.
    How do you know about that? For me, it is part of the stamina training program (no need go running or go gym, easy!! in home training??).....hahahahah....... cant believe you even say that out......hehehehh....i cant believe myself either !!!! hahahah........

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfa-2
    How do you know about that? For me, it is part of the stamina training program (no need go running or go gym, easy!! in home training??).....hahahahah....... cant believe you even say that out......hehehehh....i cant believe myself either !!!! hahahah........
    haha...that's some funny s*** man....

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfa-2
    How do you know about that? For me, it is part of the stamina training program (no need go running or go gym, easy!! in home training??).....hahahahah....... cant believe you even say that out......hehehehh....i cant believe myself either !!!! hahahah........
    How do I know ? I am old enough to know better ! And you must be just out of the cradle to ask such questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneToughBirdie
    XBall...make it simple...LCW and HH need a good massage...err! not the illegal one...hahaha! LOL!
    Not allowed during competition. Maybe too much massage when they are off training and that is why they suffer without it.

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    Its true... S** the night before anything saps a lot of energy for the next day... you won't notice really but you just feel that you aren't perfoming as you normally do... Too much pew pew pewing

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    Koo Kien Keat had already clinched four titles in his badminton career, which are the Asiad Games 2006 gold medallist, Malaysian Open 2007 winner, All-England 2007 winner and Swiss Open 2007 winner with his partner Tan Boon Heong and now he can add one more title under his name, the Darjah Ahli Mahkota Perak (AMP) award for his recent achievement. He receive the award from Sultan of Perak, Sultan Azlan Shah who mark his 79th birthday on 19th April 2007(today). Former badminton great

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    Koo Kien Keat had already clinched four titles in his badminton career, which are the Asiad Games 2006 gold medallist, Malaysian Open 2007 winner, All-England 2007 winner and Swiss Open 2007 winner with his partner Tan Boon Heong and now he can add one more title under his name, the Darjah Ahli Mahkota Perak (AMP) award for his recent achievement. He receive the award from Sultan of Perak, Sultan Azlan Shah who mark his 79th birthday on 19th April 2007(today). Former badminton great Tan Yee Khan also will receive the Darjah Datuk Paduka Mahkota Perak (DPMP)title from Sultan Azlan Shah.Tan Yee Khan clinched the All-England title twice in 1965 & 1966 with his partner Ng Boon Bee.Hope KKK will not be too proud of himself after he had received the title from Sultan Azlan Shah and he still need to maintain his game in the badminton. We can see that he and TBH performance in the ABC (April 10-15) are poor. Rexy Mainaky blow his top and say that it was their worst performance in three games in the semi-finals against Taiwan's Tsai Chin-hsin-Hu Chung-hsien in the ABC after watching KOO-TAN struggle to beat their opponents. Rexy said that they were lucky to win because the Taiwanese pair made more mistakes in the second round game. Maybe they celebrate too much for their achievement and it effect their game or they being too over confident to win the game agaist the Taiwan's Tsai Chin-hsin-Hu Chung-hsien. I hope they will bounce back to win the Singapore Open (May 1-6) title next month because it is the first tournament to start picking points to qualify for next year's 2008 Beijing Olympics and same to the others men's singles, men's doubles, women's singles, women's doubles and mixed doubles. KOO-TAN, don't let fame and money get to your head. Focus on the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lina_ngchiuhwa
    I hope they will bounce back to win the Singapore Open (May 1-6) title next month because it is the first tournament to start picking points to qualify for next year's 2008 Beijing Olympics and same to the others men's singles, men's doubles, women's singles, women's doubles and mixed doubles. KOO-TAN, don't let fame and money get to your head. Focus on the game.
    hope so........

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    Quote Originally Posted by tutu_h
    the FENG SHUI of the courts r not good for MAS players
    all of them 犯太岁。
    must 打小人。
    I like this..... it's so funny

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    Quote Originally Posted by lina_ngchiuhwa
    Koo Kien Keat had already clinched four titles in his badminton career, which are the Asiad Games 2006 gold medallist, Malaysian Open 2007 winner, All-England 2007 winner and Swiss Open 2007 winner with his partner Tan Boon Heong and now he can add one more title under his name, the Darjah Ahli Mahkota Perak (AMP) award for his recent achievement. He receive the award from Sultan of Perak, Sultan Azlan Shah who mark his 79th birthday on 19th April 2007(today). Former badminton great Tan Yee Khan also will receive the Darjah Datuk Paduka Mahkota Perak (DPMP)title from Sultan Azlan Shah.Tan Yee Khan clinched the All-England title twice in 1965 & 1966 with his partner Ng Boon Bee.Hope KKK will not be too proud of himself after he had received the title from Sultan Azlan Shah and he still need to maintain his game in the badminton. We can see that he and TBH performance in the ABC (April 10-15) are poor. Rexy Mainaky blow his top and say that it was their worst performance in three games in the semi-finals against Taiwan's Tsai Chin-hsin-Hu Chung-hsien in the ABC after watching KOO-TAN struggle to beat their opponents. Rexy said that they were lucky to win because the Taiwanese pair made more mistakes in the second round game. Maybe they celebrate too much for their achievement and it effect their game or they being too over confident to win the game agaist the Taiwan's Tsai Chin-hsin-Hu Chung-hsien. I hope they will bounce back to win the Singapore Open (May 1-6) title next month because it is the first tournament to start picking points to qualify for next year's 2008 Beijing Olympics and same to the others men's singles, men's doubles, women's singles, women's doubles and mixed doubles. KOO-TAN, don't let fame and money get to your head. Focus on the game.
    The award come too soon for KKK. He dont deserve it yet.

    At the rate things are going, KKK is gonna be distracted. I see things going downhill all the way now. The boy just dont have it in him to win the WC and Olympic gold.

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