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pippaglen
I wished this information was out when I was a competing athlete, I hardly had a menstrual cycle due to the heavy training, didn't start my period until I was nearly 17 had no bust, weight 6 stone probably less. In this day and age coaches shouldn't be afraid of asking athletes about there monthly cycle this should be incorporated into the training programs. This should help coaches to see how athletes perform better and not so good.

I have seen young athletes compete whilst on there period and win competition then iv also seen the opposite effect.
30/09/15
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