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Caruut said:
"Sporting peak" is such an arbitrary term though. Of course Chris Horner is ancient, but I think cycling, in being both non-contact and heavily dependent on endurance probably has a slightly later peak, than sprinting events in any discipline. What I'm saying is that this case is even more extreme than Longo and Horner.
You know, if we consider that cycling has a slightly later peak, why have we seen so few riders riding till they were 40 in the pro peloton?

I know Sean Kelly would've kept going and I imagine a few others out there wish they had the 'expertise' that is going now back when they had to retire.

Voight, Hincapie, Leipheimer, Horner etc are using enhancement to prolong their careers. No question. I mean Voight's body must have taken a hammering every season, but with chemicals he has been able to keep coming back for more.
 
Jan 22, 2011
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mewmewmew13 said:
Believe it or not you can still have a honed body after having kids. :rolleyes:

You must be either really young or haven't been around much...
Here.

My kids are in their 20s and I'm still carrying about 20 extra lbs.

:p

My wife on the other hand sprang right back into shape.
 
FitSsikS said:
Here.

My kids are in their 20s and I'm still carrying about 20 extra lbs.

:p

My wife on the other hand sprang right back into shape.
sorry...I just get a bit riled when it is suggested that having kids has to destroy your shape..:p
It's dependent on your genes and amount of physical activity I admit.
 

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