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    Default Re: Weird question

    Quote CoachPedro said View Post
    Yes Gin', it is a great question. He's quite a lovely boy. Very thoughtful and a lot of fun to have around. Perhaps I'm biased. Nah..........
    Kids are pretty awesome.

    On squats, I've started doing them as part of program to improve my posture (computer issues) and dead lifts too. Did a bad dead lift on Tuesday though, and stuffed myself up a bit at least now I know why the trainer is so serious about technique.

    I couldn't pick up my 9 year old for a few days though, which I missed. She's good to cuddle.
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    Quote CoachPedro said

    well done on your achievement. The truth of the matter is most men should be able to squat 140kg pretty early on in their training career. Most should be able to do it at some point. The sad fact is most wont though. How long did it take you?

    Yes Gin', it is a great question. He's quite a lovely boy. Very thoughtful and a lot of fun to have around. Perhaps I'm biased. Nah..........
    I cracked 140 a year ago but backed off as my form was appalling and wanted to work on my deadlift.
    I do not fear death, in view of the fact that I had been dead for billions and billions of years before I was born, and had not suffered the slightest inconvenience from it.
    Mark Twain

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    Default Re: Weird question

    Which is closer, the moon or the other side of the world? The moon of course, you can see it from here.
    "History, I believe, furnishes no example of a priest-ridden people maintaining a free civil government".
    -Thomas Jefferson

    Burden of proof is the obligation on somebody presenting a claim to provide evidence to support its truth (a warrant). Once evidence has been presented, it is up to any opposing "side" to show the evidence presented is not adequate. If claims were accepted without warrants, then every claim could simultaneously be claimed to be true.

    History isn't written by the victors. It's written by the people with the time machines.

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