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Old 09-25-2012, 10:30 AM   #1
Jeff Sprunger
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finding old files in the journal

Hey guys, I watch all these short clips in the Exercise and Demo section and at the end of some of them, it says to go to the journal to watch the whole video. I've tried, but I sure as hell can't find any of them. anyone have a similar experience? How do I locate really old stuff; 2002, 2003, 2004...

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Old 09-26-2012, 08:28 AM   #2
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Re: finding old files in the journal

If you put "video" in the search box then all 900+ will come up. Unfortunately they are in order from newest to oldest with no good way to jump to the end.

If you know the subject matter or title then you could shorten the process by adding that to the search.
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Old 09-26-2012, 08:50 AM   #3
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Re: finding old files in the journal

Or, if you know the approximate date that it was posted, go to the main page, use the archives calendar and scroll to that date, and the link should be on the date in which it was posted.
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Old 09-26-2012, 09:26 AM   #4
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Re: finding old files in the journal

Do you have a specific example(s)? It may be just how you search.

I find searching on the title the best way. For example, when the video starts, it'll splash some text and say something like "Billy Bob teaches rowing concepts". The link on the exercise demo page will probably have this as its title too (along with CFJ Preview).

If you search "rowing", then good luck to you.
But if you actually search "Billy Bob teaches rowing concepts" then the likelihood is high you'll hit the article you want. Occasionally, you may have to wade through 30 returns, but I've found it works more often than not.

As an aside - I feel like most CFJ articles are simply advertisements for their seminars anyway. Occasional gems, but mostly teasers.
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Re: finding old files in the journal

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As an aside - I feel like most CFJ articles are simply advertisements for their seminars anyway. Occasional gems, but mostly teasers.
That may appear to be the case now, but it definitely was not that way midway through 2011 and earlier. Most of them are quite informative.
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