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andre wrote at 2013-02-26 23:53:35
How many lb does your kids have? how old are they?

Things on the floor? No, I don't think you need to lift fridge or stove.  NO HEAVY LIFTING!!! NEVER.

Enough for muscle contraction is what you need!  


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I am available to answer questions on exercise and program design, nutrition, sports performance training, youth strength training program design, weightloss, soft tissue therapy, sports massage, mobility/flexibility, pain and injury.

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I have over 6 years in the industry of personal training, rehabilitation and sports performance. I also am a sports massage/soft tissue therapist.

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National Strength and Conditioning Association American Massage Therapy Association American College of Sports Medicine

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MS Exercise Science NSCA-Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist NASM- Perfomance Enhancement Specialist NASM- Certified Personal Trainer Certified Active Release Techniques - Upper Extremity

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