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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikko View Post
    What motivates you to train and why??
    Hi Nikko,

    You've asked the question and gave your own reply (to get the ball rolling). I am impressed by your reply, because it indicates to me that you're using your insight rather than your sight, to see yourself in and at a moment into the future, that's what "progress' means in reality..., progress is a state that is to come.
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    For my reply to your question re motivation, please check page #2 of the below link, and perhaps the whole section under "The Mind" if sport's psychology interests you. Perchance you might see something you like and of benefit to you. Thank you.

    http://www.ausbb.com/TheGospelOfFadi.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir El Stiffy View Post
    prolly not considering my 113kg frame. But you had me thinking. Back when I was doing all that Hill Sprinting for all those years and was only 96kg I prolly woulda had a good standing long jump I assume???

    Always had very good footwork.

    What at good is a long jump in real life?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey View Post
    What at good is a long jump in real life?
    Puddles!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir El Stiffy View Post
    Puddles!
    Shit, there goes that argument, I'll be back.


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    nfl use it, so cant be that useless can it. As does NRL and many other leading sports leagues.

    good test of leg power.
    I can't wait for Kevin Aitken to join World Powerlifting.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir El Stiffy View Post
    prolly not considering my 113kg frame. But you had me thinking. Back when I was doing all that Hill Sprinting for all those years and was only 96kg I prolly woulda had a good standing long jump I assume???

    Always had very good footwork.
    I was only joking, I am sure you could beat me.
    I can't wait for Kevin Aitken to join World Powerlifting.


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    Quote Originally Posted by spartacus View Post
    I was only joking, I am sure you could beat me.
    what with, a stick? my fists????

    Don't think I could long jump near that. I'll try it on my way to gym now. If I don't reply its coz I was woeful


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    I only did 2.44 last year. have done 2.90 clean and 3m assisted a few decades ago.
    I can't wait for Kevin Aitken to join World Powerlifting.


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    Wow I really like you
    you are very wise
    have to met you one day
    I still got more reading to do


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikko View Post
    Wow I really like you
    you are very wise
    have to met you one day
    I still got more reading to do
    Spartacus??? I wouldn't call him Gandhi, although he is built like him.


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