Discussion in 'Mexico' started by sidspaceman, Oct 1, 2012.
This is relevant to my interests
Luis Suarez, beast or what?
Sid mercifully closed the last thread. They were pulling a train on Baysic with Rafs leading the way... Lulz.
More of a rodent, no?
Suarez is obviously really good ... but f#ck him.
Stuuupid......Rafa is the only one with anything to contribute......Guado maybe.
Ratface is a baller.
you better say that, or the rabid mofo will find you and bite you
You make a good point.
This may be true but no more than British players are guilty of hackery and unnecessarily rough play...
Learned it from Nery
seen Henry's goal for Redbulls on esportscenter. Holy shit
So that's what they teach MU players to do? Remember when Chicharito did an even worse dive?
I don't know how many remember Panfilo theory about Mexico (Mexican Fast) being able to produce world class sprinters because of the elevation. This is partly true, but it has more to do with acclimatization and the air density (due to elevation) than anything genetic and lack of proper planning. One of the popular theories in training circles is to train at sea level (air density higher) for anaerobic activity, sprinting, long jump, etc...anything requiring the fast twitch muscles, or requiring explosiveness; and training aerobic at elevation and/or living at elevation.
The point is if managed correctly, it can be a boost to your performance and training. Case in point the 1968 Mexico City Olympics where Bob Beamon broke the Long Jump record which stood for a very long time.
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