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Old March 20, 2009, 12:30 PM
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I am not sure if 10 years in chess or music correlates to cricket or any other athletic sport. Sure, with playing one gathers experience, but that experience period can't be longer than a few years. Most athletes lifespan is less than 10 years and by the time you spend the hypothetical experience gathering period, you are probably out the door before you start flaunting that wisdom. Reflexes, ability to move quicker and see faster, diminishes with age and bagful of experience at that stage matter little. Just ask Habibul Bashar, who BTW did very very well when he was not 'experienced'!

Good read though Gopal bhai..
I respectfully disagree with the higlighted statement beamer bhai. It's all about how you lead your lifestyle. Nutrition, regular strength exercise, not atrophying certain muscles, no smoking or drinking alcohol can lead to an individual who can be as healthy as a young man. Of course, the embedded videos are anomalies but that's because most people dont take pains to follow the regiment that will keep them fit even in old age. In cricket how about Shane Warne's brilliant reflex caught and bowled catch @ the last IPL or the turns he produced even at that ripe age? Andrew Weil wrote a great deal about staying healthy and strong even at old age and it all boils down to the continual strengthening of neurons or snapses...



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Old March 20, 2009, 01:06 PM
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I don't disagree with you Gopal. Just in the context of BD cricket, I think the 10 year learning curb is not practical. Off course, the advancement of sports medicine and other regimented lifestyle that go with it has improved tremendously, thus extending the life span of an athlete. In a super comepetetive professional world, the aging veterans are competing better with younger athletes because of that. Since they are able to stay fitter for longer, some of them are actually benefitting from the 'experience' factor. In our case, its not applicable, at least not yet. The aging factor is visible on the field for our atheletes. As with everything, we have to compress the learning curb period, if we want to stay afloat among other nations ( cricket ) that already had decades long head start.
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Old March 21, 2009, 04:23 AM
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Actually, it varies .......some ppl can pick up fast and some........
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