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  1. Thread: Just Do It

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    Re: Just Do It

    Only what is being reported- too many shoot first and ask questions later situations. Was it a service weapon or personal I wonder?
  2. Thread: Just Do It

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    Re: Just Do It

    This whole thing is messed up. Trump plays to the underlying racism in the US with his treatment of immigrants, not denouncing white supremacists etc. He will defend the right to bare arms time and...
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    Re: IAAF World Championships

    Jobodwana is clearly a great talent- sad to see him go backwards. At 25, he should be in his prime .Anyone know what's happened to Warren Weir- he looked a shadow of his former self.
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    Re: My Masters Training

    Well done A-J, great result and time. How much impact do you think the early season hamstring issue had overall on your prep
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    Re: Experiment in progress.

    Sorry mate, I meant do you think he will go on and be successful at the senior level ( a bit like asking, "how long is a piece of string")
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    Re: Experiment in progress.

    Interesting that this was done off an interrupted GPP. Shows his undoubted natural ability but also shows your great adaptability and assured decision making. Will he go on do you think?
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    Re: Experiment in progress.

    Congrats Wermouth!I watched that final and wondered if that was your athlete. A great run and was only caught by the favourite on the run in. A PB and medal in a major championship is a testament to...
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    Re: My Masters Training

    He was in bloody great nick for 41- did he come into the sport late?
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    Re: Killer coaches (highschool idots)

    Those are terrifying volumes! Unfortunately, for many coaches volume is seen as a badge of honour and the odd survival story validates their beliefs. The soft tissue stuff is just the tip of the...
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    Re: Experiment in progress.

    Same hamstring? Seems like your observations are on the money with this kid
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    Re: 5/3/1 for strength program?

    I understand, not everything is tangible here. I guess it comes down to what you do with the feedback your body is giving you. If you have done speed and know you are cooked, what do you do with that...
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    Re: 5/3/1 for strength program?

    Sorry Kwave. I meant that if basing a workout purely in percentages, you could be doing a different intensity to what was desired, depending on other factors( intensity of earlier training, health,...
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    Re: 5/3/1 for strength program?

    Intuition is just responding to what the body is telling you. Sometimes in the gym a certain weight is feeling heavier than normal. Like if you lift following speed, it feels harder than a pure...
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    Re: Roosters training

    Makes sense, I find adding one of the alternatives as you have has helped also. Good luck
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    Re: Roosters training

    Around the 1000m mark, with some pool and bike in the mix to minimise pounding the calves. Speed is normally around 300- 400m at the most twice a week. It's taken a while to work a load to allow...
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    Re: Roosters training

    Looks like you're getting some solid workouts in! I'm 41 and find 2000m of tempo just take too much out of the calves, so had to go back and slowly build it up. How do you feel after that volume?
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    Re: Chris6878's journal.

    Your turnover looks fast - have you looked at old footage from when you were at your best to see any technical differences?
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    Re: Speedup's training journal!

    Good to hear and hopefully the Hams will settle down to allow some good runs.
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    Re: Speedup's training journal!

    Hey Speedup, when do you compete?
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    Re: Andre DeGrasse to Altis

    Interesting that Bromell appears to have pulled out of Birmingham with an Achilles issue. Agree with Robin, No point in Degrasse being a June champion. Moving coaches may have been a mistake heading...
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    Re: Chris6878's journal.

    Good luck man! Looking at your starts, you're looking relaxed and hitting times that would suggest sub 11 isn't far away. Hopefully, you can get a good one away this weekend
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    Re: Chris6878's journal.

    Great to see you had a better overall race. How do your times compare to last year after the same amount of races?
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    Re: Chris6878's journal.

    How did it go?
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    Re: Chris6878's journal.

    Seems like all upside Chris. First run following an injury and of the season and you appear to have come through with a clean bill of health. If you had dropped a disappointing time in perfect...
  25. Thread: 2016 races

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    Re: 2016 races

    Great to see Blake back. Would be awesome to have all the big dogs fit and firing in Rio.
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