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Old 01-22-2013, 04:54 PM   #1965
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Solid workouts man, keep it up!
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Strong strong and more strong ... great work big man ...


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Thanks man, did not hit a sushi PB but ate alot! =)

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Great workout Swede! Out of comfort zone...good, fallin over...bad . Keep it up big man!
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Sheesh - that's alot of squatting Swede! Those fronts are really decent. On the split squats, I found that it is better to do them in a power rack so that you can hang onto something while you get your balance. Once you have your initial balance, you should be good to go.
Thanks Jim. I have a feeling that the wobbling and falling around on the split squat is what in the long go will get your balance and core strength up! Time will tell =)
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