Originally Posted by jmnk
what do you mean why? To know who to avoid.
And that can be accomplished by knowing the algorithm how?
I'm just curious on this train of thought. Some may think I'm combative here, but I'm really not. I'm puzzled why a player or coach would obsess over going to that kind length to judge a good win versus a bad one, pre or post match. Isn't that counter productive to maxing the athlete's performace potential short and long-term?