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Old 09-08-2010, 07:25 PM #8
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Originally Posted by TintaBoricua View Post
I remember I had that feeling about 4 years ago when I decided to enroll in a weightlifting class. Looking back, I did it because I wanted to impress my then-girlfriend (now fiancee). I was a skinny, 5'10 145 pound 19 year old kid. After taking theory classes, we put our skills to the test. And you have to understand, the coach puts us through these exercise drills to learn about weightlifting, while at the same time scout his students and see if any of them have potential (to use in college competitions).
What the heck is "theory" in weight-lifting? I've never lifted weights but it seems that picking the weight up is good, dropping it is bad.
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