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S&C Questionnaire

Postby Rob Harvey » Fri Feb 13, 2009 5:51 pm

Hi,

I've been contact by a student doing some research into S&C for Triathletes. She has asked if members would be able to fill in the attached questionnaire as best they can. It's not too long so should only take 10 minutes. Her email address and all background info is in the document so if you get a second do her a favour, download it and tell her how much iron you pump.

thanks

Rob
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Re: S&C Questionnaire

Postby Brad » Fri Feb 13, 2009 11:10 pm

Rob,

before I open this attachment. what the bloody hell is S&C???? I havent got a flippin clue. In fact I actually feel stupid for not knowing. I have just asked my mrs in case I am indeed stupid for not knowing and she knows what it is. She doesnt have a Danny.
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Re: S&C Questionnaire

Postby Brad » Fri Feb 13, 2009 11:23 pm

ok, whilst downloading I realised what it was but to be fair you are clearly invovled in triathlon too much and talk the lingo far better than me.

My 2 peneth worth on S&C (guess anyone can speak this lingo lark). Tried it for 2, 3 months spells in 5 years of tri and ir did my nut in. I dreaded the sessions. Doubt I will ever do it again. Much rather go for a swim/run/bike. Far more enjoyable. I have no patience though and it take time to see thee results with S&C (fluent know).

Supposed to be good for injuries though and maybe I wouldnt be sitting here on the couch supping ale because of an injury had I done more of it. :( :( :(

Prob good for biking stregnth as well I guess. Prob more benefical to peeps who have been involved in tri for a while and are looking for the edge. newbies would prob benefit more from more volume.

Stike me down though if you disagree.
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Re: S&C Questionnaire

Postby daveshackley » Tue Feb 17, 2009 10:21 pm

Brad

I had the same situation at work when a wierd patient said they 'were into CBT'

I bluffed it a little

Turned out later in the conversation he meant cock & ball trauma!
..I mean...how was I to know that?

(Thankfully, in this case too, my wife also didn't 'have a danny' either)
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Re: S&C Questionnaire

Postby Brad » Wed Feb 18, 2009 1:52 pm

I am clearly guilty of the same as Rob :oops: :oops:

Danny la rue.......clue. Of course you knew that though.
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Re: S&C Questionnaire

Postby Rob H » Wed Feb 18, 2009 2:45 pm

daveshackley wrote:Turned out later in the conversation he meant cock & ball trauma!


I had this a few months ago in a Cyclocross race from a poorly timed bike mount :shock:
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Re: S&C Questionnaire

Postby Rob Harvey » Fri Feb 20, 2009 12:53 pm

Sorry about that Brad, I need to get out more! glad you worked it out.

Mr Harper hope your MATV have recovered.

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