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Old 06-14-2014, 04:37 PM   #11
Eric R. Schmidt
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Re: OH work w/shoulder mobility issues

Sensible answer, Collin. The guy is not my client, so I'm not sure what else he's got going on in terms of what exercises work, what don't. I'll let the folks in charge deal with it. If the guy won't stand up for himself, it's on him. The fitness industry is a complete mess right now, and this particular "box" is no exception, as several other glaring flaws have come to light since the aforementioned incident. I'm bailing. Thanks and train hard but safe!
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