analyse this

Have you been reading the article Usain Bolt Flies on Big Stride Angle at ? It is in the analyses of Top Athletes section.

Thanks John read it in a state of quiet despair. The following is not meant in any way as a criticism of anyone but the author:

WOW: How about that. Flexibility around the hips and groin helps increase ROM. Who would have ever thought …

And heavy weights are a thing of the past, eh? Tell it to Ben. He lifted heavy, had a superb ROM and his stride length came primarily through the quality of impulse applied to the track… wait, gee… just like Usain Bolt! Waddya know… now please send me a cheque for all this $ecret information. :rolleyes:

LMAO! Well said. Oh and how long did it take for you to come up with “Waddya”? :cool::smiley:

This was a great race to watch! Great win for Mrs. Meyers! :cool:

thought you’d enjoy that breakthrough science :stuck_out_tongue: and that cheque will need to be the same as a level 1 service ex Somax?

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$350 x 30 = $10,500…mate we’re in the wrong game :wink:

How far can she leap? Nobody cares!

The US might as well switch to the upsweep/underhand pass at this point.

True kitkat, but couldn’t you have found a better picture of her!

The pass at the end of the back straight where Tyson get the baton did not look very smooth to me. Am I right?