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Old 05-10-2010, 09:26 AM   #13
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Don't you train to compete and SFW?

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Originally Posted by Bodybygamma View Post
In one week, to compete or not to compete? Here is the events : http://www.nastrongmaninc.com/pdf/entries/keystone.pdf

Deal is 1 friend is going to compete, another might compete as well, I am most likely going to travel to the competition with them but am not sure if I should compete. From my experience every single show I just spectated at I should have competed in and regretted not competing in, but I still am unsure.

Most of the events I should have no problem with, I can just move all my next week training, condense it on Tuesday, compete on Saturday, then re schedule the days for the 3rd week, so its not really a problem. Making a poll to see what everyone else thinks.
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