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    Used Commercial Equipment

    There is a sale on now for used commercial gym equipment from a Canberra Gym that is closing its location Everything is set at auction so items will go for whatever someone is willing to pay - You can view this at the ALLBIDS website In the interests of disclosure i am an employee of ALLBIDS...
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    Post your sticking points

    ​Have you been working out for a while but need help on something specific? Post your issue here with a detailed description and photos or video if available. The more information you can provide, the easier it will be for others to help you.
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    Muscle, smoke and mirrors

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    SLDL technique

    I'd like to give stiff-leg deads a go. Where would I find solid info on form for that lift? Being trained is just not an option where I am: internet tutorials and shit like that is what I've got to go on. So they've gotta be good! :)
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    Giving a description of your injury or problem

    When posting about your injuries please give as much information as you can. Don't just say "my elbow hurts" where does it hurt , when does it hurt , pain levels etc. Some guidelines to follow in helping to describe your injury are as follows: #1) When giving a description of your injury; be...