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must be done . . . and quickly."
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lildrummerboy80

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krazy kaju

Did you post that because that's you?
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pharaoh1063

Not sure what thoughts you are looking to be shared here, but the first thing that comes to mind is the Max-OT training that he does. Very heavy weights in the 4-6 rep range with less than perfect form will be very hard on the joints and CNS over the long haul.
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sgb2112

I guess the Alpha Male/Life-coach gimmick is not going so well for Skip..back to training people.

Hell of a lot of "before" to work with.
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Tony Williams

Reminds me of a TV infomercial.

Tony
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HeavyHitter32

pharaoh1063 wrote:
Not sure what thoughts you are looking to be shared here, but the first thing that comes to mind is the Max-OT training that he does. Very heavy weights in the 4-6 rep range with less than perfect form will be very hard on the joints and CNS over the long haul.


Agreed.
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