Is this a load of nonsense?

Dropping weight to run faster?

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15/08/2012 at 19:58

what would you like me to elaberate on?

16/08/2012 at 13:14

That George Sheehan article is worrying. Dr Van Aaken suggests distance runners should be 20% below average weight, Sheehan 15%.  I make that max 68kg for a 6ft runner. According to his theory, 68kg less 5kg for being 5ft 9in means about 63kg. 63? I'll die getting that thin.


PerpertualC, I'm not sure that physiologically one can convert fat to muscle, but I know what you mean.

16/08/2012 at 14:27
Tommy- Do you think that maybe he accidently posted his GCSE PE assisgnment on here and handed in his short post to his teacher by mistake?
16/08/2012 at 15:52
16/08/2012 at 16:15
Sussex. I have just spat my tea out laughing so much..
16/08/2012 at 16:15
simon weatherley wrote (see)

hey im simon . im 15 and am currently running a 34 minute 10k. im 5f11 and weigh 10stone.Before I answer the entitled weighty question...



Rob Cooper 9 wrote (see)


Still, I did completely make up a survey for my A-level Geography dissertation. 

16/08/2012 at 18:03
Thanks Dash Ranrod, that was a nice thing to post.

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