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Old 04-02-2010, 11:41 PM   #3
David Reynolds
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Re: C2 resistence question

Hey, from what ive heard, it is all personal preference. For example, I am no expert, but i hear that if you are a bigger guy, it is better to put it on 10, hence longer legs, longer torso, so forth. The longer legs you have and the taller you are, for an athlete, the more that wheel is gonna spin no matterwhat. Me, i have short legs and a long torso, so i would have to do like 2 or 3 row revolutions, to equal just one pull like my dad. My dad is like 6'4 260lbs. So 10 for me sucks, cause i can't spin the hell outta that wheel, so i put it on like 3 or 4 and just hall ***
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