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Old 02-25-2007, 11:34 PM   #11
Bryan Gollhofer
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Thanks for the input Jeff, and yes, there are many freakier freaks in LA.

Fortunately I found CrossFit San Diego in the mean time. From what I have found so far, they are the only source in So Cal that has all the good stuff we are looking for. Picked up my bumpers from them this weekend for a GREAT CrossFit discount. They are a great local contact for all the good CF stuff. My next purchase from them will be those plyo box's.

Thanks to the Lugo's, and what a kickass facility they have! If your in So Cal look them up, you won't be disappointed.
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Old 02-26-2007, 05:12 PM   #12
Garrett Smith
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If you only have a 9'x9' space to work with and a bench is taking up most of the room, I say get rid of the bench.

I'm not starting another debate on the functionality of it, however, if you are doing CF close to Rx'd, an easy omission, without losing any functionality or strength, IMO, is to get rid of the bench (unless you use it for other things than just BP, like step-ups or box jumps). I have a two-car garage gym worth of space and I still felt the need to get rid of my bench!

If you still want to press, lay on the floor. Both issues solved.
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