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styrkecoach 02-22-2012 06:06 PM

Long time, no post
 
Hi guys.

Propably my First post here inabout almost two years.

I been super busy last two years.
To sum up.

I started working as a personal trainer two years ago.
I completed different educations on the training field. Spending about 50hours or so at the gym im working.
Im really enjoying my work, helping people achieve fitness and strength is the best thing i know and havent had a bad day at work Since i started working as a PT.

Im relaxing After a long day and was browsing my regular training webpages. Suddenly i remembered for the thousand time i havent been to muscle and brawn for a while(understatement).
After fast browsing the pages i se thatt the forum as everything Else has evolved.
I think the reason i havent been here for a while is me beeing arrogant,thinking that to really Get more knowledge i have to read books and attend seminars.
I have done this and learned alooot!
But as it was two years ago and still is MAB is one of the best forums out There for "in the trenches" training advice that works. And this is more valubel than anything!

Glad to be back again, hoping to spend more time here in the future.

In my own training ive been keeping things simple,stupid. But this will be another post ;)

BendtheBar 02-22-2012 08:03 PM

Welcome back Stryke. You always had something interesting to contribute. Hope you stick around and join in.

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But as it was two years ago and still is MAB is one of the best forums out There for "in the trenches" training advice that works. And this is more valubel than anything!
Thanks. We have added some really exceptional members since you were last around.

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In my own training ive been keeping things simple,stupid.
Looking forward to it. Have a good night.


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