> (In reply to Mick Ward)
> For the record it was another Simon though I was there...
Thought you were far too nice for that malarky. Still, one does wonder - Royal Marine training and all that...
Glad to hear the Steve Roberts story true. Yes, he's a rock star!
I don't know about others but, when I hear about someone sending (oops!) something beyond my wildest dreams, I think, "Good for them!" followed by,"Well maybe you could put a little more effort in." And the truth is that nearly all of us can give it some more oomph.
In reply to dirtbag1: No problem. By the way Drew, how does a fat b*stard like me lose weight? I may be beyond hope but I would like to lose some weight but still be healthy and eat well - I don't want to go hungry to lose weight. What sort of breakfast, dinner and evening meal do you usually have?
In reply to Andy S:
I'll PM you later Andy.
General diet advice on a public forum is not something I'm comfortable with, it needs keeping specific to the individual.
I'm a great believer in maxing out the technique and strength before hitting the rice-cakes.
Nice Frenchies there, Drew. I've got them down to a tee now. Neil mentioned he'd been looking at Cry Freedom but I've forgotten how far he said he'd got on it. Needless to say Austria is being a complete washout for him so he'll no doubt come back psyched for something or other.
For those asking about Drew's training tips all they need do is live at the Depot for 6 days a week. Keep Steve Dunning in Yorkshire Tea while doing hour long sessions of stretches in between crushing sessions on the plastic. It's true dedication.