- Oct 28, 2013
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he looks the goods, but he has to do it against men.This guy has shown x factor in lower grades and is a star waiting to happen given the right opportunity .I think he is worth a shot the investment .
We have nothing to loose and only can gain .Hopefully Baz has did his homework and has identified this .
Its a bit complicated when it comes to strength, but in a nutshell high reps with lower weight is more effective for endurance strength, low reps with higher weight is more effective for maximum strength. If you want to know what builds mass, go ask the pro body builders, you'll find they do low reps with higher weight.I was under the impression that high reps yield the least strength (mainly mass) compared to lower reps i.e 3-5?
Other than being quite racist have you ever heard of George Gregan or Will Genia from the Wallabies?An African halfback?
We are the only team that has this stuff back to front.
Eels, raiders, storms,saints and Newcastle all habe fijian wingers and white halves.
We have fijian halves and white wingers.
we got it all confused
Barba on roids such a little nugget. But can run like a gazelle.Reminds me of barba big time
Neither is league,Other than being quite racist have you ever heard of George Gregan or Will Genia from the Wallabies?
I don't think that buying talent for the next two years will exclude us from getting to the top four. But staying in that tier of top teams for more than a season will require a good and continuous crop of good quality juniors coming through to balance cap space spent on retaining key positions with some cheap players in less important positions for their first few years in the NRL.BBO is currently 18 - it would be nice to see him dominate in the 20's next year and play a few games in reserve grade.
Buying a few established top class players will see us back in the 8, however we will not become a top 4 club again until we see a crop of younger players come through the grades.