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» Concept 2 Rowing Times. (Go to post)25-09-2020 @ 09:06 
10K - 48:31.7 Clinging to my last place Happy
» Belly Buster (Go to post)24-09-2020 @ 13:51 
Boar said:
you are a fat old spastic


& this Unhappy
» Belly Buster (Go to post)24-09-2020 @ 13:50 
EDCLARKE said:
i haven't seen what my snatch looks like but i don't need to to know it is going to look proper f**king mongy!


I can relate to this
» Concept 2 Rowing Times. (Go to post)14-09-2020 @ 14:43 
jt said:
It means you were 97m short of a Half Marathon!


I suspected this, but was hoping for a mulligan here.
» Concept 2 Rowing Times. (Go to post)11-09-2020 @ 17:34 
Ace. I make finish last on 6 of them up to now. I'm all about progress so I'll look to finish last on more of them. Until then cop a load of this.
500m 2:02.5
1000m 4:18.4
2000m 9:26.7
5000m 23:53.9
10,000m 49:19.8
30min 6120m

I also did a 21,000m in 1:53:43.7 Feels like it was ages ago, but was actually last month. I don't know what this means but it must mean something.
» - 46 - (Go to post)11-09-2020 @ 14:54 
b15ape1 said:Long time no hear Andy you devious bas***d, hope you well mate!

Are you back on a bike again mate? Hope you are pal ive been back on mine for last 3 and a bit years all over the shop, been over europe a couple of times Scotland Ireland bloody love it, we'll have to meet up for a ride Wink


Good thanks mate. More spastic than devious, but still like a the laughs.

Think I'm 3 - 4 years into my reborn biking life. After a 24 year layoff and having an RD350 I went out and got an X11. I have to plan my rides in detail as am blind as a bat after twilight so need to be looking to park up or I have to use the force. #blindasabat I've only come off it once and I was actually stationary. Cocked my leg over and got my jeans stuck in the pegs on the opposite side. Straight over. See what I mean. Spastic.
» Concept 2 Rowing Times. (Go to post)11-09-2020 @ 14:45 
Are there lower limits on these leader boards or what lads? I'm having a look and I'm certain I can make last place on at least a few of these. Maybe more if I try hard. Am I Aloud in?
» coronavirus (Go to post)17-08-2020 @ 16:33 
Wayne_Cowdrey said:Does the risk from obesity still apply to those of us who are technically obese but not actually fat?


I'm not sure what the risks are Wayne to be honest so couldn't give you any facts on the subject. Facts seem hard to come by at the moment Unhappy
» coronavirus (Go to post)17-08-2020 @ 14:55 
WILLSAN said:
my prediction is no 2nd wave and wu flu pushed to the back of human consciousness in november by whatever madness lies in the final act of 2020.


I expressed a similar view at the back end of last week to a scientist friend who isn't a million miles outside of SAGE and he assured me that I had it wrong and that I should be concerned and play things safe. Next breath he tells me he's going away on holiday with his wife and kid. He's heavily obese and life long asthmatic. The mind boggles.
» coronavirus (Go to post)17-08-2020 @ 12:29 
WILLSAN said:was away in north norfolk last week. pretty much zero social distancing in the coastal towns and beaches. masks in shops was the only sign that wu flu was a thing.

oddly the majority of mask wearers outside shops were teens. im guessing as a fashion statement rather than a safety precuation.

there was a covid testing point in a car park in hunstanton every day. never saw a single person getting tested.


I've read that obesity is a massive factor (obviously not the only one) in a person's ability to do well against CV19 or not, and again that there is a thing known as 'quarantine 15' that relates to the time and weight gain of a sizeable % of the population. It's hard work trying to understand people, but I'm leaning towards 'the population as a whole don't seem that bothered' Confused
» old timers occasional log (Go to post)27-07-2020 @ 22:21 
jt said:
Will you be joining B.O.A.R ?


A shed session may be on the socially distanced cards, but I have little interest in anything competitive. Training with JW is always fun.
» old timers occasional log (Go to post)27-07-2020 @ 15:10 
I now have ergdata installed on an old phone which sits in it's C2 authentic cradle and links up to my C2 authentic polar chest band. I fear that if I keep getting C2 kit at this rate I'll be like a cross between Dolph Lundgren in R4 and Hugh Jackman in Swordfish surrounded by screens and data. It's also something else that I can do whilst listening to audible. These are all good things so I thank you for opening the door for me.Happy
» An old, fat fool starts a log. Hope no-one minds (Go to post)16-07-2020 @ 13:34 
Fatpete said:Considering the time of year I will take the opportunity to remind you that it is very close to the time that A Boy named Sue entered Gatlinburg, if memory serves me correctly, his throat was dry so he thought he’d stop and have himself a brew. In an old saloon on a street of mud, there at a table dealing stud, sat the dirty, mangy dog that named him Sue. He knew that snake was his old, sweet dad from a worn out picture that his mom had had, he knew that scar on his cheek and his evil eye. He was big and bent and grey and old and when he looked at him his blood ran cold. “How do you do?” he asked. “My name is Sue” he advised him “now you’re gonna die.” he predicted. He hit him hard right between the eyes, he went down but to his surprise, he came up with a knife and cut off a piece of his ear. He busted a chair right across his teeth and they crashed through the wall and into the street kickin’ and a gougin’ in the mud and the blood and the beer. He later told me that he had fought tougher men but he really couldn’t remember when as he both kicked like a mule and bit like a crocodile. He heard him laugh and then he heard him cuss and he went for his gun but he pulled his first. He stood there lookin’ at him and he saw him smile. His father then went on to explain why he had named him Sue in the first place, and whilst he had a greater understanding of the theory behind it, he remained unimpressed. He ended with a reassurance that if he himself had a son, he would call him Bill or George, indeed anything but Sue, as he still hates that name.


So no social distancing at the time then no?
» Concept 2 Rowing Times. (Go to post)13-07-2020 @ 18:25 
I have a C2 rower now, with a card for my workouts and a HR monitor. I don't have anything else to add right now. Except thanks JTGrin
» coronavirus (Go to post)08-07-2020 @ 09:08 
AdamT said:Bubonic plague can easily be manipulated in a wuhan lab


Purple Paul used to do that in his kitchen.

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