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Unread 03-03-2010, 07:52 AM
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Unread 03-03-2010, 10:41 AM
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I might have the hormones for powerlifting, but I'm pretty sure inline skating would mean my swift and gruesome demise.
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Unread 03-03-2010, 05:04 PM
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Not everyone is man enough to shave their legs.
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Dude I could imagine the life in the late 80s in Southern Cali. Kick I need to read the rules post.I need to read the rules post.I need to read the rules post. weather, chicks with these big haired doos (inline skating was not the only one with the boom in the 80s, so was hair spray), dudes with short shorts or spandex (ok, Ill just forget Ive mentioned that), everyone sporting shades like they were made from Robocop himself, good sitcoms, sweet ocean breeze and Dan Duchaine less than 30 miles away.

Good times Id say.
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Not everyone is man enough to shave their legs.
For optics? Or for performance?
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I had to get my first set of rollerblades riveted onto my hockey skates. There was no other way in my small town. Hilly small town, I might add, which made it fun, both up and down the hills. Not as fun as running into a patch of sandy pavement.
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For optics? Or for performance?
Pure sex appeal.
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Unread 03-05-2010, 02:11 PM
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Pure sex appeal.

Seriously. I didn't know skaters shaved too.

Nice article. Also thank you since it linked me to some older articles I had not read, Goal vs. Process Method of Training. I really needed to read those about now. I'm one of those freaky type A goal driven females (tomboy)

I had three bad weekends of racing in a row. Due to my own fitness and technique as well as things beyond my control. I pretty considering never racing again. :-/ Very timely article (for me) and I think my coach appreciates me reading it too
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Ice speedskaters do not shave, inliners do.

And the reason cyclists did it was never for performance. Rather, it was three things:

1. When you crash, it tears out less skin
2. Makes massage easier
3. Pure sex appeal
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I just love your cliff hangers Lyle.
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