i’ve been trying to figure that out for awhile and somewhere between 1,300 and 2,000 people.
Quote from: Hawke on November 21, 2011, 02:31:59 PM it’s an open level course (but lack the necessary equipment) and participants get a free shirt.
Typical “feature” shit eh? Letting the membership know they’re an unqualified ass-hat who can’t do shit until you change their title to something more inclusive… Typical “feature” shit eh? Letting the membership know they’re an unqualified ass-hat who can’t do shit until you change their title to something more inclusive…
Quote from: Hawke on November 21, 2011, 02:31:59 PM i tried this once back in 9th grade and remember walking/jogging over rolling hills with little progress despite my best efforts. by the end of class i was walking like a spazz. when i got home i decided if this was what postrelease syndrome felt like there had to be some sport where you didn’t have to stretch yourself into pretzels every time it came around again. crossfit seemed perfect for that purpose yet there were very few crossfitters in my neck of the woods so i never bothered doing it again after that introduction lesson freshman year of high school.
I don’t believe you’ve ever seen any form of lifting before – even in its most rudimentary forms – unless your only experience is wrestling in
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