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8/27/12 5:38 PM
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d4nd3l10n
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"This is the first ever fitness program designed for busy men and women that can
be performed anywhere with little equipment. This program can be used by the high
performing business man or women, the everyday hardworking stay at home parent,
and even a high performing athlete that is looking for that little edge to their
training and performance.
This program is guaranteed to deliver the fitness results you desire and the
method to this program is based on the scientifically validated philosophy of the
IRON GUARD FITNESS team. By completing less than 3 hours per week of total
fitness training time, yes that is just 3 hours or less per week, you will achieve the
following highly sought after results: You will be stronger, faster, have greater
endurance, become leaner, harder and create an attitude towards health, fitness
and performance that is relentless and uncompromising.
We wish you only the best in your health and fitness endeavors.
David SMIT, M.Sc., CSCS and the team at IRON GUARD FITNESS"
8/27/12 10:50 PM
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Really? It's the first *EVER* program designed for busy men and women that can be performed with little equipment?

There aren't like hundreds of bodyweight and minimal equipment training programs out there from p90x (bands go in a suitcase), to scrappers workouts, to crossfit bodyweight, to Matt Furey, to just googling "bodyweight program"?

You just announced that you created sliced bread or the wheel.
8/28/12 8:09 PM
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Taku
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 Hey Slacker...at least it's free.

TAKU

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