Home > Fitness > Sport > Soccer Soccer All sections in Fitness » Exercise » Get Fit » In the gym » Leisure » Lifestages » Sport » Sports injuries » Running » Walking » Cricket » Soccer » Cycling » Sports nutrition Dental or Mental? Suarez and the right to bite Luis Suarez's bite has the world up in arms. Is he insane, or just bad-mannered? take a Flexibility test » Receive Health tips » Join Health24 on Facebook » Ask Fitness Expert » 44 killer body-weight exercises for women The altitude runner Luis Suarez takes a bite into Italy Luis Suarez faces a possible two-year ban for biting Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini during last night’s World Cup match. The magic school Check out Brazil's national soccer players' favourite tricks. Age 4-5 years Rough play is popular among this age group and can be a useful way of fine-tuning physical skills. Age 6-7 years At six and seven years old, a child’s ball sense and body control will have improved significantly. They will also become more interested in team games. “ Latest comment on Health24 Claus Mog says... Eat two bananas before going to bed. I never had any after effects when I did that. Though nothing will help after a heavy drinking session except "a hair from the dog that bit... Hit that hangover ” Age 5-6 years At five years old, a child has a better sense of balance, and by six they will have acquired the large motor skills. Age 18-25 By the age of 18, cricketers have developed their full skill aquistion and speed. The only thing that changes from 19 onwards is that their size changes and their strength increases. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Why hydration is important while exercising Taking charge of your health Man, take care of your health! Live healthier Too Tired? » 20 signs of burnout Staying active reduces stress 10 ways to have a healthier work day Why you're exhausted Lost your mojo? Here are 5 surprising energy drainers, plus the easy fixes that will help put the pep back in your step! Kick the habit » Cancer doesn't make smokers to quit Non-smokers don't use e-cigs Hookah contains benzene How South Africans quit smoking We asked ex-smokers to share their secrets to successfully quitting smoking. Find out how they managed to kick the habit.