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Old 02-05-2013, 11:30 AM   #11
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If Crossfit is the relatively new Honda SUV, I'm game!

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It definitely has a learning curve. If you don't actually take the time you perfect your lifts and have good form, you can get hurt really easily.

I'm almost finished with my garage/ backyard setup. Just added a tire and sledgehammer tonight. Next is a pull up bar that I can hang rings from. Thinking 2 4x4s and some post hole diggers.

I put in a chinup bar a few years ago, 2 12' 2x4s about 3 ft deep with galvanized pipe for the bar. BTW, nothing like digging post holes to augment upper body.
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