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    It's as easy to lift

    Hi.

    Please point out my mistakes.

    It's as easy to lift 220 kg in the leg excercises as it is to lift a child in your arm, so don't be impressed.

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    Re: It's as easy to lift

    I am not sure I understand the point you are trying to make.

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    Re: It's as easy to lift

    Quote Originally Posted by Untaught88 View Post
    It's as easy to lift 220 kg in the leg excercises as it is to lift a child in your arm, so don't be impressed.
    I'd probably say 'arms'.

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