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Old 08-08-2011, 11:40 AM   #21
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Re: Good Affiliate Programs

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Originally Posted by Jared Aquilina View Post
Not trying to be a ****** here but increasing strength is always a positive, I dont see how it could hurt..unless you are training to be an ELITE marathon runner, which you aren't I am sure.
It can be a positive for sure! But i don't want to increase JUST my strength. I really like the way CFSB works. I just can't program for myself very effectively.
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