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Old 12-13-2010, 11:25 PM   #120
Derek Weaver
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I like that quote in Andre's post about Glassman being able to out work almost any athlete requiring large loads and all.

Never mind that he's got a limp that keeps him from working out, but the guy with no arms or legs hits the WOD like a maniac.

I will admit that I used to drink the Kool-Aid until maybe 20 months ago I was still recovering from the CF hang over.

I still remember sitting there one day and thinking to myself "This isn't original. At all. And why do I keep getting hurt, burning out, and where did all the strength I had built doing SS go?"

I really like how they ripped off the 10 components of fitness from a couple of track coaches. The guys from Dynamax or something right? Yet, T &F athletes would get punked at working out with CF'ers in what are known as "Games". Also known as sadistic self torture in the form of idiotic workouts.
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