Very good one !
"If I agree well it's just to appease you 'cause I don't remember what were fighting for..." - Sarah McLachlan
I always wanted to ask, it seems the appropriate thread , do quads affect men skaters ...functions?
I fell for it, hook line and sinker!
Wasn't there a map of the world on another thread that showed geographical endowment by country? Or was that another April Fool's Joke? What were the Russian measurements?
I don't know how figure skating might affect a male skaters, uh, overall prowess, but at least in the cold rink one could expect some considerable shrinkage due to temperature?
I will say that I know for a fact that long distance cyclists have issues in that area. Lots of prostate problems. Don't ask me how I know, I just do. I can't see how quads would affect...that area....like sitting on a little hard bicycle seat for hours and hours would do.
Seriously-do male skaters wear the same kind of support belts that male dancers wear? I could see where pairs and dance would need them.
Well now I'm looking at a picture of Evan with flat hair and I realize he has the same nose as Plushenko. So whose is bigger?
-- Uh, I also asked in the skating couple thread, does anybody know about a Cohen's special one, male or female, present or past?
Or is the girl a CIA agent?
And now I'm curious about something else: why would quads affect functions?
-- Oh, now that I think of it, what a life choice would that have been for both Plushenko and Yagudin! - Uhm, nooo way figure skating was going to make the cut.
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He really should get one, though.
It varies from skater to skater. Some do, some don't. Occasionally we'll get a hint from glimpses below the waistband, but it seems to be that mostly Americans and Europeans wear the dance belts; I know Plushenko and Yagudin in particular just went with regular underwear. (NOT discovered by nefarious sources, just for the record! via Youtube!)
I guess skating would make the groin muscle stronger, but there is also the danger of injury from hyperextending it or overuse.