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Old 07-12-2011, 07:26 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by sleepingdog View Post
I agree with logging, though I'm one of the first ones to forget to bring mine with to record the day. And I only recently went electronic with it. I bet if I had all of my actually logged workouts, it would be about 5-10% of the actual days I'd been training.
I'm a compulsive list maker / note taker so I feel lost without my log! COuld be some of these people I see take mental notes and log later...
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