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Old 06-22-2010, 09:57 PM   #1
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Unhappy Taking a week off? How bad is it?

Okay first off: I do not WANT to take a week off.

However, I'm in the middle of a moving process, and I won't be able to have access to a gym for a week, which is kind of making me anxious, seeing as I just started to get things rolling with Madcows.

So...how bad would it be to take that week off? I could do super light stuff, but it would be mostly circuit-style/conditioning work, since I won't have any big weights or anything.

Thoughts?
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