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    Which is harder!!??
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    (Original post by Bristol uni)
    Which is harder!!??

    Do you want to hurt yourself, or let someone else do it for you ?
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    Well, seeing as I'm rubbish at rugby but can kind of row I'd say rugby is harder. But then again that's probably just me. It's like asking which is harder, maths or english to a maths professor and an english professor. It's just personal preference.
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    (Original post by androidkiller)
    Well, seeing as I'm rubbish at rugby but can kind of row I'd say rugby is harder. But then again that's probably just me. It's like asking which is harder, maths or english to a maths professor and an english professor. It's just personal preference.
    i havnt tried rowing..but id say thats harder.. when you play rugby you can get into a really scary frame of mind which makes it ok to break each others bones.. rowing seems to be you against the water which must take a lot of mental push
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    (Original post by presebjenada)
    i havnt tried rowing..but id say thats harder.. when you play rugby you can get into a really scary frame of mind which makes it ok to break each others bones.. rowing seems to be you against the water which must take a lot of mental push
    Rowing is def harder. Ive been rowing for 5yrs now. Rugby is blaggable, you dont need a fantastic level of fitness just some bravery and a bit of skill. Rowing you cant skive from, if you are the weakest member of a crew any experienced rower could tell. 4-6k races during the winter season at firm pressure, =not fun, if your not fit you will do v.badly or just die.
 
 
 
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