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    From LCW's FB fan page, think it's maintained by his bro. Latest pic on ankle :
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    He will soar like an eagle.... muahahahaha.... watch out you blady Li Yong Bo... I put a curse on you. Muahahaha... lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by extremenanopowe View Post
    He is back. and smashing with stylo milo.. Good news.

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    Back with a new haircut as well

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    He needs a proper pedicure...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt View Post
    He needs a proper pedicure...
    He needs to see Doc...looks like fungus infection on toe nails. One look at those toe nails, charges double.

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    Dirty boy....

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    Quote Originally Posted by extremenanopowe View Post
    He is back. and smashing with stylo milo.. Good news.

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    Oh man, look at his upper arm, there is hardly any muscles on them.
    Compare it to LD and the other Chinese players.

    Something is seriously not right in the nutrition or his physical training areas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rogerv2 View Post
    Oh man, look at his upper arm, there is hardly any muscles on them.
    Compare it to LD and the other Chinese players.

    Something is seriously not right in the nutrition or his physical training areas.
    Different people have different physique, it's all determined by your genes. A skinny guy can build some muscles when going to gym but the muscle will stop bulking up after a certain load. There's why some people remain lean even he can lift significant weight in the gym while someone easily get fat & bulky even with lots of workup.
    There's generally very limited way to bulk the muscle up for a person with skinny build unless he/she: 1) greatly increase their weight (take protein powder) while continue training 2) take hormone injection 3) change your genes
    I don't think either of the 3 choices above is suitable seeing badminton is a sport where you play a strategy to force your opponent to play your game. In other words, exploit others weaknesses and try to let the opponents play into your strength.
    The other good thing about badminton is, it's not a sport which is won by one who has the greatest muscle structure or strength like body building and weight-lifting. So I don't think bulking up your muscle for the sake of looking macho is a good idea.

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    He's probably really skinny because he's a huge endurance athlete and not so much strength. Spending hours playing and training would do that to you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Footwork_816 View Post
    He's probably really skinny because he's a huge endurance athlete and not so much strength. Spending hours playing and training would do that to you...
    Yes but he is an attacking player that relies on smash strength. Having a bit more muscle on the arm will enhance his strength and will do him a world of good.

    I am not saying he should build bulky muscles but looking at that pic, it is clear he is suffering from muscle anthropy in the arms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rogerv2 View Post
    Yes but he is an attacking player that relies on smash strength. Having a bit more muscle on the arm will enhance his strength and will do him a world of good.

    I am not saying he should build bulky muscles but looking at that pic, it is clear he is suffering from muscle anthropy in the arms.
    Yea I agree strength can and does help a lot. I just think he looks worse in that photo from not training since his injury which might have made some of his muscle deteriorate. I think he looked pretty buff during world championship 2011. In my opinion he should stay around that buffness

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    Quote Originally Posted by rogerv2 View Post
    Yes but he is an attacking player that relies on smash strength. Having a bit more muscle on the arm will enhance his strength and will do him a world of good.

    I am not saying he should build bulky muscles but looking at that pic, it is clear he is suffering from muscle anthropy in the arms.
    Err, that's the left arm in the pic, not right arm.


    Ya all, the toenails me thinks is not cos dirty, it's blue black, from inside, not sthing that can wash off. Does look like he had lots of bloody toes in the years of playing

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Err, that's the left arm in the pic, not right arm.


    Ya all, the toenails me thinks is not cos dirty, it's blue black, from inside, not sthing that can wash off. Does look like he had lots of bloody toes in the years of playing
    You're right as always, eagle! That pic just goes to show us mortals how much these pros drive their bodies to achieve what they do. Give everything for every point, in training and in tournament, day after day. Torn muscles, torn tendons, corns, twisted ankles, cuts, bruises, spinal compression, knee injuries, tendinitis, flexor tear, lateral tear, tennis elbow, cracked and bleeding toes... I'm glad I only get keyboard-itis! ...and brain damage...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt View Post
    You're right as always, eagle! That pic just goes to show us mortals how much these pros drive their bodies to achieve what they do. Give everything for every point, in training and in tournament, day after day. Torn muscles, torn tendons, corns, twisted ankles, cuts, bruises, spinal compression, knee injuries, tendinitis, flexor tear, lateral tear, tennis elbow, cracked and bleeding toes... I'm glad I only get keyboard-itis! ...and brain damage...
    Good one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Err, that's the left arm in the pic, not right arm.
    Yes, but the size is relative. It looks like an arm of an under nourished kid.
    I think he is not eating enough to maintain the mass. For his size and training over the years, one does not lose that much muscle mass so fast.

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    Don't you all think it's very important to keep the same weight

    throughout his injury recuperation period until Olympic?

    Muscle deteriorated in just two weeks?

    If he's staying in bed and starving, maybe.


    Consistent body weight for lcw or any of the top player are very important.

    Not like punching keyboard with 5 to 10 kilo extra also can punch

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    Its Realism(or Pragmatism) vs Idealism.

    The pragmatist says Lee CW should just retire or forgo the Olympics and/or aim for the 2013 World Championship instead.

    The idealist says don't give up,muster your willpower and mental strength,overcome all obstacles and go for it.

    Whether it's more of one or the other,the right balance provided one knows what that is, is ultimately up to Lee. He knows best his own conditions and what he really wants. The doctor will tell him when he has fully recovered and can start training. Only he and his coach know from the badminton aspect how far he can go,what condition he is in,whether his form and mental state can handle his rivals in the Olympics.

    I feel his final decision should not be made based on what the politicians expect and the Malaysian public are clamouring for. Only after close consultation with his coaches,sport psychologist,family and confidant and weighing everything that he makes his final decision. For all that he has given to Malaysian badminton,isn't he entitled to make the most important decision of his life that is best for himself ?

    In trying to please others and not doing what he really wants,he may end up a most unhappy man, beaten and spirit broken - that's the last thing we want to see him become for one of the greatest the sport has ever seen. Whatever the outcome, I wish him happiness and fulfillment.

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