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09-08-2013, 05:46 PM
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I'm always amazed by how much people are sure they know about exercise physiology and the human body. Truth is, most people who open their mouths know nothing about it.
Maybe you have knowledge in this area and can contribute your thoughts on this thread.

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Losing 10 lbs. in one game??

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That's what I thought. 10 lbs in such short time means you're completely dehydrated and will faint at some point.
Patrick Roy was noted as losing as much as 10 lbs per game.

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Henrik Lundqvist said that he lost between 7-9 pounds during a game.

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Maybe you have knowledge in this area and can contribute your thoughts on this thread.
Besides the fact that a few people had unrealistic expectations about weight gain, I pretty much have nothing to say. Also, creatine doesn't cause a lot of water retention.

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Jenny Craig will be putting all of her actress clients on " The New Dane-Swedish Diet " popularized by professional athlete's Lars Eller and Henrik Lundquist, star hockey players from the Montreal Canadiens and the New York Rangers.

The popular diet, is used for quick weight loss by actors needing to drop huge weight for the characters they have to portray. It's said that one person took the dieting to excess and lost 19 lbs. in 2.5 hrs. and had to be rushed to hospital to save their life. Now everyone knows not to lose more than 10 lbs. in 2.5 hrs. per day. This will give all that use "The Diet" lots more free down time to regain their weight and feel good about themselves looking like every normal Junk Food Junkies!

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Patrick Roy was noted as losing as much as 10 lbs per game.
10 lbs is a lot for a guy like Pat. He wasn't this huge athlete. According to a NFL trainer, players will lose around 3% of their bodyweight during games. This is based on him weighing his athletes before and after games. So if Roy weighed 200lbs, that's 6lbs. But according to hockeydb, he weighed 165lbs, so it's even less. Unless you want to argue that hockey players sweat more but I'm pretty sure it's the same.

In any event, it's all water weight, which is regained before the next games game through drinking and eating.


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10 lbs is a lot for a guy like Pat. He wasn't this huge athlete. According to a NFL trainer, players will lose around 3% of their bodyweight during games. This is based on him weighing his athletes before and after games. So if Roy weighed 200lbs, that's 6lbs. But according to hockeydb, he weighed 165lbs, so it's even less. Unless you want to argue that hockey players sweat more but I'm pretty sure it's the same.

In any event, it's all water weight, which is regained before the next games game through drinking and eating.
Dude, i am not going to argue with you. Patrick Roy was noted for losing up to 10 lbs per game. Point finale.

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Dude, i am not going to argue with you. Patrick Roy was noted for losing up to 10 lbs per game. Point finale.
Point finale? What is your point exactly?

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I remember watching an interview with plekanec saying he can loose 10 lbs in one game.

I was curious as how that would be possible so on a very hot summer day I whent to play cosom hockey.

I've weighted myself before and after.

I drank 3 liters of water while playing and still loosed 6 pounds.

You guys should do the experiment, it's crazy.

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Point finale? What is your point exactly?
Hmmm, that just maybe you don't know everything ?

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Stubbs is the organization's cheerleader, Marinaro is the warthog that rummages through the trash bins every once in a while.

I'd love for jellybeans to actually read our posts against him - if only to galvanize his stubborn behaviour even more and furthur expose his idiocy bit by bit.

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Hmmm, that just maybe you don't know everything ?
Never pretended to know everything, but I am a strength and conditioning coach. So I do know a thing or two about this.

Never said it was impossible btw, just that it's probably a little less than 10lbs. Not sure why you got all defensive and upset about.

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10 lbs is a lot for a guy like Pat. He wasn't this huge athlete. According to a NFL trainer, players will lose around 3% of their bodyweight during games. This is based on him weighing his athletes before and after games. So if Roy weighed 200lbs, that's 6lbs. But according to hockeydb, he weighed 165lbs, so it's even less. Unless you want to argue that hockey players sweat more but I'm pretty sure it's the same.

In any event, it's all water weight, which is regained before the next games game through drinking and eating.
Roy weighted 165lbs when he won the Stanley Cup as the skinny skinny goalie in 1986. He was a good 205-210lbs+ later in his carreer.

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