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Saturday, November 19th, 2011, 12:09 am

Back to Rowing

TODAY I began preparing for a rowing competition like those which I have not paricupated in for years. This one will be a sprint equivalent which relies on sheer strength and proper technique (the latter requires more practice) and I believe that with enough preparation I can beat the British record. My diet and my exercise (not to mention sleep patterns) will be changed accordingly in the coming month and I look forward to bringing another trophy home before I turn 30.

2 Responses to “Back to Rowing”

  1. Harvey Tobkes Says:

    You have to win this one! Why?
    Well, at thirty, it’s all downhill and the knees start to go.

    First the the right knee
    Then the left knee
    And finally the weenie.

  2. Roy Schestowitz Says:

    I’ll give that rowing event my best shot. I’m quite determined to beat it.

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