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Subject: RE: What are your best bang-for-the-buck running tips?
So you think it helps, so it helps? Yet you try to verify it with a source that has NOTHING to do with your assertion. It's like me saying pressing my thumb into my calf once or twice is useful and I use an ART therapy source as verification.
It's a JOKE!
So now you've gone from "it has caffeine which gives it the perfect balance" to "it has more carbs than regular milk"?
Let's revisit your initial quote:
Hmm, first it's the protein (regular milk has the same protein).
But no, wait, it's the CAFFEINE!?!?? HA!
And now it's just the carbs. Because we really look to milk for carbs. Sure. Ah, well, Mr. Wizard. At least you're finally starting to get a handle on what it is you're actually saying. I guess you've learned something today after all.
What are you going on about with 'abrupt changes'? What does that have to do with anything? They're seeking out the best line. EXACTLY WHAT I SAID and CONTRARY to what YOU SAID! Would a picture help you figure out why you're being such an ignoramus?
Why are you going on about a golf ball? We're talking about LEGS. Don't build up some strawman about golf balls and then make some intellectually dishonest assertion about what I 'believe'. Your initial quote was that everyone should run on dirt because there are less injuries.
Well anyone that knows anything about running knows that's bullsh!t. You can get injuries on ANY surface. But no, you said to just "ask a Kenyan". HA!
I don't know if you've been to Kenya, but I've spent a good amount of time there and I can tell you that if you think you're less likely to get injured by running on the rutted, rock-strewn uneven dirt roads that you'll find in Kenya versus a maintained asphalt road somewhere else, you're delusional.
Like I said, lots of entertainment.
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