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October 19, 2009

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Henri Henell

Thanks Adam, I know it might see easy, but it's not. I really love this kind of sets - you don't "waste your time" in our busy lives. I'll put this one behind my ear and use it after really heavy xmas dinner - just kidding.

kirill

For swing splits and jump lunges: 3 on each side, right?

Owen

Tried this tonight....TORCHED. Very challenging but very satisfying.
The first few sets are so easy you're wondering what's the point.....but from about 13 thru' 20 was a battle for the finish line.
Superb workout, thanks a million Adam.

SarahLP

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