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|Subject: ||RE: What are your best bang-for-the-buck running tips?|
i have wrote:
1. I listed 5 useful tips in my initial post, and then backed them all up. You have listed zero useful tips. Do you have any tips to share? I didn't think so.
2. That's why I said a rinse is "like" a mini ice bath, and not that a rinse is the same as a bath. This thread is about tips that take little time, skill, or effort. I don't have the time after a lunchtime run to take a bath.
3. Chocolate has caffeine AND carbohydrates to create the right balance with the protein in the milk. Are you backing away from your earlier statement that "..the chocolate part of the milk has absolutely nothing to do with anything."?
4. Watch the lead pack in any marathon. They are constantly making abrupt changes once they figure out which way the course goes. You would know this if you were in the lead pack.
5. Drop a golf ball on ashpalt, and then drop it on a dirt road if you don't believe that a dirt road provides cushioning.
Next time do your homework before you respond to one of my posts.
You listed five things that are either stupid or completely misrepresented.
A rinse is no more like an ice bath then a sprint to the bus stop is like a long run. You're WRONG.
NOTHING about getting protein and carbs into your body after a workout has anything to do with chocolate. Regular milk does the EXACT same thing!
So your rebuttal to my assertion that people already try to run tangents is "watch people try to adjust their lines to run tangents"? Wow, you're on a roll here.
My 5 tips are all useful. You are afraid to state your tips, because you lack confidence in yourself, so you hide behind a fake login name and try to criticize others. I dare you to post your own tips. Scared, huh?
A rinse helps. I tried it. Have you? Or are you just an arm chair detective?
No. Regular milk is not the same as chocolate milk. Chocolate milk has more carbohydrates, and creates a better carbohydrate to protein ratio. Here's my source: http://www.livestrong.com/article/547301-regular-milk-or-chocolate-milk-for-post-exercise/ Where's yours?
Since you are obviously sitting there with a dictionary, why don't you look up the word "abrupt" and then think about what I meant when I said "making abrupt changes." Doesn't your middle school teach reading comprehension?
So, you believe a golf ball bounces the same height when dropped on either asphalt or dirt? It would have to if you want to support your theory that both absorb the same amount of energy. Of course, you'll never try this, because you have no balls.
Are you comparing your leg to a golf ball? That's like comparing your rinse to a friggin' ice bath!
Man, you're providing me with a lot of entertainment here!!
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