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    crablord why is your school's review www.idontknow.com, and why is your style streetfighting? How do you learn this style? ARE THE STREETS UR DOJO?
    Tough is not how you act, tough is how you train.

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    you learn it by going down to the train station every thursday night after late night shopping finishes.

    so..yes lol

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    trainspotter?
    Tough is not how you act, tough is how you train.

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    lol???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kein Haar
    Apparently I need to explain what "inherent" and "self paced" means.

    Not gonna.
    You don't need to. Most of us get what you mean. Crablord just wants to argue.

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    im trying to get a point across.

    using..logic

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    Wow. I guess banning got it across real quick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake
    Wow. I guess banning got it across real quick.
    Ha, awesome!

    Thanks for the link to that book Hitman, i'm going to check that out.

    If only i lived near the sea or even a large lake though. Swimming against a current is a real good workout. Plus knowing that you can't just put your feet down when you get a little tired is good motivation to push yourself harder!
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    my work here is done
    Tough is not how you act, tough is how you train.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spirez

    If only i lived near the sea or even a large lake though. Swimming against a current is a real good workout. Plus knowing that you can't just put your feet down when you get a little tired is good motivation to push yourself harder!
    Yeah, that's probably the best way to train when you're swimming. That's why if it was possible, I wouldn want to get a never ending pool. Even that pool can only fit one person, you can adjust how hard the currents are. It's like a swimming treadmill.

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