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    rifstonian Guest

    Default Win ,lose or draw

    the next day is still back to the gym. Sad to some extent but also makes you realize not to make the results too important as you still "have to look for another mountain to climb".Goals and deadlines, it's the process and as the ad says, 'there is no finish line'.

    nice work on the 860 snatches too. you will get your 1000.

    rifhttp://rifsblog.blogspot.com

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    para is offline Member
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    Default Win ,lose or draw

    There is no finish line...it's true. strange that only when things go over, they start to have their own meaning: years ago i was obsessed with a 400lbs bench, and today, after i had it, i realize it's just a bench press, just a "big boys game"..

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