"I use a home gym, I have the bow flex tread climber and the bow flex extream 2, so I alternate my days one day I will do cardio and the next I do weight training, my work out consitst of squats, pulldowns, bench,flys, and abs, and I usally try to do…"
"I would like to see some of what you do in a workout.
When I was doing meets I had all the workouts I would switch between too.
I had heavy days, speed days, days to work on sticking points.
As I got older and the sport kicked my but I abused my…"
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