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  1. Aodhan is offline

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    Posted On:
    10/05/2010 10:37pm


     Style: ATA TKD, Hapkido

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    Quote Originally Posted by jake8267 View Post
    Thanks guys, especially JAFMAS there's some good info on that site. I pretty much knew the problems he's causing himself, the trick is proving it to him.
    Here's a good article summarizing a few of the studies out there. The main couple being dehydration and delayed reaction times, especially note the delayed impaired motor skills which would certainly impact training.

    http://www.nutritioncheckup.com/docs...erformance.pdf

    John
  2. Eddie Hardon is offline

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     Style: Trad Ju Jitsu

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    Quote Originally Posted by jake8267 View Post
    I'm looking into the longer term affects of heavy binge type drinking on fighters performance. Does anyone know of any legitimate sources that I can take a look at? Obviously I'm not looking for the normal, damage to the liver etc... More of what happens when a fighter is out partying 2-3 times a week for a couple months and then lays off for 30 days prior to a fight. Is that 30 day period enough to remove all of the affects or does the alcohol still impact his performance?
    Lew Jenkins, World LW Champ pre-WW2. He was known as the "Sweetwater Swatter". He had a marked alcohol problem and was asserted to actually have a bottle of whiskey/whisky secreted in his spit bucket when he was actually fighting. He had a dynamite punch which helped him to ring success. Ultimately the drinking ruined him yet he attained redemption in the Korean War as a serving Sergeant. He eventually dried out and gave up the drink.

    Yes, a Boxing World Champion undone by alcoholism.

    He's also featured in a book by Peter Heller "In This Corner". I already knew of him long before the book.
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