The following is a mere reiteration of the obvious. However, I felt compelled to convey my thanks.
I just wanted to thank those of you who contribute to this forum for providing your insights and thoughts to the various threads which are constantly being created. This is a rare oportunity to collaberate with, on a daily basis, some great minds, both young and old, in the strength and conditioning field.
Not being a big fan of message boards, most of which are loaded with (juvenille bullshit), this board is unique in that it is in a minority of forums in which the overwhelming majority of contributors are sincere, articulate, accomplished, knowledgeable, and mature (usually LOL).
The more advanced discussions provide a stimulus which constantly challenges and inspires the analytical and creative thought processes.
The more I learn the less I know.
Special thanks to Charlie for creating this fantastic interface.
I second that. This site will change the face of sprint training globally. I really do believe that. People will come to realise that proper training was and is the key. Hope some British coaches leave the f*** dark ages and buy computers and LEARN from sites like this. Not rely on middle distance bull shit and adapt it for sprinters.
Agreed, there are a lot of very clever people here and in general the discussions are objective and on track ceratinly more so than other boards I visit. Thanks to all (except R&R :eek: sorry mate you’re a dork).
Thanks to all for making this board such a great resource. Though I rarely post since I am so humbled by the amount of knowledge commmanded by the coaches and memebers here, the great information brings me back day after day.
I know what you mean about those British sprint coaches. They are the same as the BUREAUCRATS in the rest of british society, stuck in the 1st half of the last centuary, and the only things they pick up from the modern era are the things that don’t work and not the things that do! They are embarrasing and they make me cringe.
GREAT website Charlie, and cheers to all the contributors on the forum.