Maybe do the equivalent height of Everest up a very short staircase....say 1000 reps, and because you've done it that way, you'll be mentally stronger, as well as proving once and for all you didn't make it up
Wardi wrote (see)
Not done much climbing as such but I go up & down our stairs every day and went to the top floor of Harrods in the lift to get some altitude acclimatisation. Any advice on how to climb higher still?
spen71 wrote (see)
I was going to start a thread on how I could get a sub 2 hour marathon but after the abuse the poor guy has got I will not bother....
Harry, your trainer must be a pretty recent addition to your running, to not mention this before, as your other thread was also pretty recent and most people on there spotted the errors in seconds. If he/she is recent, who gave your times to Div 1 / 2 NCAA universities? You haven't posted any race times, so what's got them interested?
Please race, to put everyone out of their misery! Then we can see an unbiased measurement of how good you really are. There are plenty of other guys who have gone through this kind of 'abuse' and then either disappeared because it was justified, or come back and proven the forum wrong and themselves right. Even if they haven't been quite as good as they thought, just getting out and proving their level and coming back to post it and where it can be verified has earned respect.
Unverifiable performances, whether genuine or fake, do not carry any weight.
As to addylad's comment about your last sentence being spot on, I wondered if he meant your whole post. If you did get into an English speaking university I for one would assume it was for your sporting prowess, so I'd believe you then...
Personally, Lucky, I'd pity the guy who has to join the thread simply to comment on the thread, and not offer anything else, except a sidewise swipe at the OP that is exactly what the rest of the thread has already moved past.
Classic trolling, and it didn't take more than one post.
Goddamn, and I fell for it...
Ratzer, it's just Jokerman/Jack the Mack/One Eyed Undertaker, back again...yawn.
He'll be banned tomorrow no doubt...again.
Call me what you like as tomorrow you'll be gone...again....yawn
Fascinating stuff. When will we learn to stop getting excited that someone may be amonsgt us with a genuine new talent. Even though I know it's coming I can't help but feel disppointed when it all turns out to be utter bollox.
On another point why do people feel the need to start cyberfights with cheap shot remarks. Bugger off LW and get a life.
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