Review of DIY Strength Training
Page reviewed 2014-07-03
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Top 5 Posts by DIY Strength Training
|2013-10-30||NEW SHOES!!! WOOHOOO!||7||1||0|
|2013-11-30||This guy was amazing. He had severe scoliosis! :O||3||2||0|
|2013-10-11||Find a training partner like this! That is all!!!||4||1||0|
|2013-09-13||Ok, this is getting old. Derek (workout partner) showing me up again...||4||0||0|