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Old 07-17-2008, 02:13 PM   #6
Tarun Suri
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Join Date: Jul 2008
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In a perfect world yes, getting a coach would be a great idea, but that's not the case.

I'm going to start university in 2 months and I'm hard at saving money just to cover tuition. I don't think getting a coach will be possible for me. If I feel I have a real sticking point that I simply can't overcome, i will visit CrossFit MTL and pay for a few drop in sessions, but that's as far as I believe I would take it.

I know barely anyone who Oly lifts in my area, I had a lot of trouble simply finding a gym that allows you to drop weights for crying out loud.

I understand that for all practical purposes a coach would be essential, but I will have to make do with those links you have provided so far.

Any other resources or advice would be appreciated.
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