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My training plan

Discussion in 'Training Methods and Diet Suggestions' started by cobb, Oct 25, 2018.

  1. MORP

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    Very true haha, contact sports should be taken up once you get to your unit, not when you need to stay injury free for training!
     
  2. cobb

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    I know what you mean no injury as off yet . Contact sports is brilliant for fitness & enjoyable .
     
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    Only takes one tackle dude and you would have to wait a few years if you broke something as it only takes one id.iot to crunch you and that’s the end of you but it’s down to you if it’s worth the risk.
     
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    5’10 at 75kg I would say is ideal mate. I’m 6’0 and 81kg and I wouldn’t consider myself big
     
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    Its just that i gained a bit of fat when i was bulking last year and it hasn't gone, so I'm just trying to lose that cause it's pointless weight.
     
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    Totally makes sense that, but I’ve been told it comes in handy when out on the field :D
     
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