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    TFW not sure whether to laugh or cry.

    TFW not sure whether to laugh or cry.
  • I used to work in a gym that had similar...

    I used to work in a gym that had similar standards. It was a bit better, but Ramsden's analysis of what's going on pretty much applied.

    In hindsight, the clients who bought PT with me while I was...
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    I've never ventured into reddit, so I can't say...

    I've never ventured into reddit, so I can't say much about the Christian sub. That joke's fairly unoffensive, though. I enjoyed it.

    Since "liberal" Christians were brought up, here's a question:
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    I'd rather give a discount for more reliable work...

    I'd rather give a discount for more reliable work rather than more frequent work. I'm not saying you can't charge less per hour as the hours go up, but my personal ethos is that I will accept less...
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    Good results, man. It's great to hear that people...

    Good results, man. It's great to hear that people are noticing the difference!

    Keep at it. Slow and steady wins the race.
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    Fact of the matter is, contracts give incentives....

    Fact of the matter is, contracts give incentives. Let's say you've signed up to 3 x 30min sessions a week and that's going to cost you $120/wk. Every time you don't show up, that's $40 down the...
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    Birdiefu's advice sounds pretty accurate from...

    Birdiefu's advice sounds pretty accurate from what I'm seeing in the video. Use risers or other plates to get the bar 20cm off the floor, set up so that the bar is over your midfoot and take the...
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    It seems the base question here assumes that rack...

    It seems the base question here assumes that rack pulls are supposed to be more back than glutes. But fundamentally a rack pull is just a deadlift lockout, which uses a lot of glutes. The dynamo is...
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    Sunday School Answer: Jesus. Non-Sunday School...

    Sunday School Answer: Jesus.

    Non-Sunday School Answer: Solomon. Solomon and I are commiseration buddies.
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    Yesterday morning, after a uni bible study I got...

    Yesterday morning, after a uni bible study I got to talking to one of the guys in my bible study group about apologetics. Within minutes this devolved into a yelling match in which I was trying to...
  • I'd add to this that even for general...

    I'd add to this that even for general information, a personal trainer who the client trusts is, in their eyes, a valuable and reliable funnel for information. Fact of the matter is, good information...
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    GHR's are a really hard exercise. As far as the...

    GHR's are a really hard exercise. As far as the strength required to do them goes, I'd have to say they're the toughest exercise I've done.

    It's more likely your hamstrings that are the weak link,...
  • Assuming they're getting the main parts right,...

    Assuming they're getting the main parts right, the reasons for the divergence in forms that you're seeing is that there are a lot of right ways to do it. So, as is often the case, the answer is "It...
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    Begin your warm up with 10 reps with the empty...

    Begin your warm up with 10 reps with the empty barbell. Add a bit of weight and do 5 reps, a bit more and do 2-3 reps, then work up in singles from about 60% of your expected 1RM onwards. I'd...
  • Knee-banded glute bridges are one of my...

    Knee-banded glute bridges are one of my favourites for glute training. When it comes to squats, the idea that they're the best or most important glute exercise is naive, and your experience affirms...
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    Not a lady, but I'll try to help. I think the...

    Not a lady, but I'll try to help.

    I think the whole framing of something as a "cheat meal" sets up a problem. It's a calorie-dense meal, not a cheat meal. If you're going to have a calorie-dense...
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    I believe love is an ethic first and foremost,...

    I believe love is an ethic first and foremost, and exists independently of the feelings associated with love (if it didn't, then when we're angry at each other, we would by definition not love each...
  • Where do you struggle with developing a routine...

    Where do you struggle with developing a routine (or, better yet, program)?
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