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03-22-2014 08:08 PM
EatRideSleep Excellent! Enjoy it and have fun. Nice set up you have there (love my Unions...).
03-22-2014 07:57 PM
minicrops1 Hey guys! Thank you all for you help and support! I hope to gain some weight soon!
I've decided to get the 142 cm Never Summer Evo Mini. It has a width of 24.1 cm so it will be able to fit my size 7 Nike Vapens and S/M Union Contacts.
Again, thank you all for your help and support!
03-22-2014 03:10 PM
SnowDogWax It's not the size of the Dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the Dog…. Great sence of humor +++ a good outlook here is to hoping for a growth spurt. In the meantime shred a 141.
03-22-2014 01:16 PM
EatRideSleep
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mini-- lesson 1: woman's typical method of communication with man. complex.
Fixed for ya, Deac

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Lol, can't wait to get a girl. Jk no offense ERS
Hey, I know the female brain, thus grateful not to be a straight guy or lesbian!

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You really love the word stud... So do I! I call my track buddy a stud because he's 5' 7" but he does 2 ft hurdles. He literally walks over them.
Haha, yeah well, you know one when you see one. It's a fitting term (not to be confused with badass or beast, although it's a Venn diagram sort of thing ha).

Let us know what happens with the board!
03-21-2014 07:07 PM
minicrops1
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less mass and inertia to overcome.
Physics at its best!

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eh. leverage. he take judo as well as wrestle?

mini-- lesson 1: woman's typical method of communication with man. confusing.

ERS-- I'm only teasing you. kinda.
Lol, can't wait to get a girl. Jk no offense ERS

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I'd think knowing how to use leverage with solid core strength? For some reason I think people with a lower center of gravity have some advantage in leverage? A kid I went to HS with was a shorter guy, probably closer to minicrops' height. Someone mentioned gymnastics...this guy was a total gymnast stud. Crazy strength. He'd do that iron cross pose for days.

Nope, no martial arts, just wrestling. Apparently he had some Olympic Greco-Roman coach or something.
You really love the word stud... So do I! I call my track buddy a stud because he's 5' 7" but he does 2 ft hurdles. He literally walks over them.
03-21-2014 06:12 PM
Deacon less mass and inertia to overcome.
03-21-2014 06:05 PM
wrathfuldeity actually many of the very good/pro boarders and skiers are smallish.
03-21-2014 04:44 PM
EatRideSleep
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eh. leverage. he take judo as well as wrestle?
I'd think knowing how to use leverage with solid core strength? For some reason I think people with a lower center of gravity have some advantage in leverage? A kid I went to HS with was a shorter guy, probably closer to minicrops' height. Someone mentioned gymnastics...this guy was a total gymnast stud. Crazy strength. He'd do that iron cross pose for days.

Nope, no martial arts, just wrestling. Apparently he had some Olympic Greco-Roman coach or something.
03-21-2014 04:37 PM
Deacon
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Haha, yeah. Sorry. The part about doing too much/too extreme/too soon is the part I'd advise against. The part about being a stud is the functional strength aspect of his training and work(out) ethic. It's all about balancing it well, which he didn't do when younger.

I don't know if he's ever benched weights or "lifted" traditionally. But at 5'9" 175lbs, he tossed a 6'6" 270-290lb dude, easily. Honestly, I wouldn't have believed it unless I saw it. Functional strength
eh. leverage. he take judo as well as wrestle?

mini-- lesson 1: woman's typical method of communication with man. confusing.

ERS-- I'm only teasing you. kinda.
03-21-2014 04:33 PM
EatRideSleep
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lol... mixed messages!
Haha, yeah. Sorry. The part about doing too much/too extreme/too soon is the part I'd advise against. The part about being a stud is the functional strength aspect of his training and work(out) ethic. It's all about balancing it well, which he didn't do when younger.

I don't know if he's ever benched weights or "lifted" traditionally. But at 5'9" 175lbs, he tossed a 6'6" 270-290lb dude, easily. Honestly, I wouldn't have believed it unless I saw it. Functional strength
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