six of 1, half dozen
Parker's Blunder wrote:
First off dipsh*t, I never said I was going to coach him. Read again, but much more slowly this time and maybe you'll figure it out.
Parker didn't run New York, dipsh*t. Try Chicago in October.
I ran 4:13 in high school, dipsh*t. But that has nothing to do with my point.
But...you're sub 4 hour marathon pace surely wouldn't do much to help a 3:30 marathoner, so best you stay on the sidelines.
As for posting anonymously, please share your email address Mr. Anonymous and we can have a chat. No? That's what I thought.
Lastly I don't care what YOU believe dipsh*t. If Parker had ran smart and been successful in CHICAGO, he would not have left Brad.
Any other points that you'd like corrected?
Okay, I'm glad you read this and responded Parker, it really makes my 4:13 mile as a high schooler look even better:)
If Parker had run smart and been successful in Chicago, Brad would not have left Parker.
Whichever way doesn't matter. 6 of 1, half dozen of the other as you'll never know the truth. Regardless, Stinson blew it in Chicago yet raved about his workouts before the marathon.
Don't blame the Coach, blame Stinson the athlete. Then to sarcastically go on Instagram and divert his dumb strategy towards a running forum is simply moronic and desperate. Shame on thy Stinson.