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    Im in the same boat as Fierce here. Interview...

    Im in the same boat as Fierce here. Interview well. Look fit. Smile. Be personable. All of that good stuff.

    Ive bumped into several trainer candidates while applying at multiple locations. It is...
  • I haven't trained any one person with all of...

    I haven't trained any one person with all of these conditions but the first thing you should always remember to do is make sure they have clearance to train from their physician. With these...
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    I think you are looking at this the wrong way. ...

    I think you are looking at this the wrong way.

    If you want to deadlift, ima go out on a good-natured limb and assume it is to strengthen your entire posterior chain with one movement, then why...
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    Sticking your butt out isnt inherently bad. In...

    Sticking your butt out isnt inherently bad. In fact, I wish more of my clients had that "problem".

    Not hitting depth isnt a matter of flexibility - its a matter of form and preconceptions....
  • Eric clapton is still pretty good

    Eric clapton is still pretty good
  • Communication IS key. Learn English preez

    Communication IS key. Learn English preez
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    Nope

    Nope
  • For those who do, how often do you shave your...

    For those who do, how often do you shave your heads?
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    Still childish, really. Needta get away from the...

    Still childish, really. Needta get away from the square-ish-ness. GL
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    Yes, sir. Hinge movement versus flex movement....

    Yes, sir. Hinge movement versus flex movement. Very different not only in feel but also in application. Word?
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    What a bastard...

    What a bastard...
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    "Deadlifts are a very similar movement to back...

    "Deadlifts are a very similar movement to back squats BTW" No they're not.
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    GJ but I'm not too keen on the color-scheme. If I...

    GJ but I'm not too keen on the color-scheme. If I ever design my own site it will shy away from dark colors and be more..."uplifting" in its pallet. Rainbows, sunshine, and unicorns, ya know?
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    I would definitely lower the reps and increase...

    I would definitely lower the reps and increase the weight - what you are doing now is pointless from a physiological standpoint (why stop at 35reps? why not go for a cool 100??). If you want nice...
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    Wot? Deadlift.

    Wot?

    Deadlift.
  • Not sure if facepulls are in your repertoire but...

    Not sure if facepulls are in your repertoire but they should be. It's akin to making your arms look bigger by doing a lot of tricep work instead of curls...sort of.
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    Your (almost every person's I've ever seen...

    Your (almost every person's I've ever seen anyway) body is designed to have your shoulders slightly IN FRONT of the bar when deadlifting - not behind. The leverage position becomes much more natural...
  • =/ Not close to CD version:...

    =/ Not close to CD version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SreMueg6TFA

    EDIT: SUCKERIN SUCKATASH!
  • LOL YES! Just made me log back in and remember...

    LOL YES! Just made me log back in and remember why I fell in love with you in the first place. Good show, sir. Good show.
  • That looks a lot like a thread made by you with a...

    That looks a lot like a thread made by you with a bunch of your favorite songs on it. =)
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