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    gettin edumacashun

    almost finished my course to get my PT qualifications (well so long as im in NZ, AUS, or the UK) been learning a whole lot of pretty interesting stuff. Can't wait to start working, although being a bottom rung gym trainer to start off with won't be so great. So I guess I will probably start spending a bit more time in here, although what im doing is mostly aimed towards people who are beginning training and generally wont be martial artists, which is something i plan on doing as a sideline job, at least to start with.

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    That's fascinating.

    No, really.

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    dont hate ****** or ill punch you out

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    from the look of your dp putting on a few kgs would do the world of good for the personal training carreer. Unfortunately most people dont hire personal trainers for their knowledge or skill but because they look muscular. Also im not sure about NZ but in Australia the standard personal training course is pretty basic so it will help you if you seek out further knowledge.

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    When im finished I will have the highest level REPs available atm, but yeah im doing a business course and a few other courses as well next year. Im also halfway through a sportscience degree that ill finish at some point when i can be motivated which im not right now.

    im getting offered jobs and have people calling me because i am friendly and have an interesting background, being a big dude would im sure attract some clients but would put others off. Im playing to my strengths (and am also putting on a bit of muscle, probably get to about 70kg)

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    How do you survive at less than 70 kg at the moment?

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