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Old 04-13-2010, 10:51 PM   #21
Jay Guindon
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Grissim, Paul, excellent responses, thank you. Yes, I like to meander through the warehouse climbing things, moving stuff, etc. and moving ClifBars isn't my ultimate goal in life, but it's fun to pick out the small things I do in life everyday and wonder what kind of training would make it easier/more efficient. Right now I like the bodyweght stuff because I like to monkey around on the shelves and supports but I'm always curious as to various types of training and their transfer to evryday life stuff. Thanks to evryone who participated, it was an enjoyable thread.
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