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entsminger

Virginia, USA

DNAHelix wrote:
Bill Sekerak wrote:
If I can find a Cybex Eagle leg press I will give it a try. Problem is that more and more gyms are reducing the number of machines to make room for treadmills, bikes, tires,ropes,kettle bells and so called" free weights " aka barbells and dumbbells.
Awhile back I was in a gym where a guy who paid a trainer to encourage him while he walked around the gym holding a kettle bell above his head with one arm and alternating with the other arm every time he completed a revolution around the gym. I called this period of time the " Magic Kettle Bell Phase ".
Are we still in the " Crazy Ass CrossFit " phase ?
Is " Waving The Magic Rope Phase " still alive ?
What about " Explosive Olympic Lifting For A Permanent Life Time Injury " ? Is that still a thing ?

Bill, in the New York City there are no good gyms left. I agree with how insane all of this looks. I am often standing baffled at a gym where I train looking at what people are doing there. There?s more to this and my commentary would be extensive as to the cause of it all but it would have to be taken offline as my opinions will surely ?offend? many.


== Scott ==
As far as that goes is there anything good in New York City? Ha ha !!
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DNAHelix

New York, USA

entsminger wrote:
== Scott ==
As far as that goes is there anything good in New York City? Ha ha !!


Definitely not gyms.

It is not the sample place anymore, definitely not the same New York I?ve known and walked for decades.
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What changes we've backtracked on since Nautilus times

DNAHelix wrote:
Bill Sekerak wrote:
If I can find a Cybex Eagle leg press I will give it a try. Problem is that more and more gyms are reducing the number of machines to make room for treadmills, bikes, tires,ropes,kettle bells and so called" free weights " aka barbells and dumbbells.
Awhile back I was in a gym where a guy who paid a trainer to encourage him while he walked around the gym holding a kettle bell above his head with one arm and alternating with the other arm every time he completed a revolution around the gym. I called this period of time the " Magic Kettle Bell Phase ".
Are we still in the " Crazy Ass CrossFit " phase ?
Is " Waving The Magic Rope Phase " still alive ?
What about " Explosive Olympic Lifting For A Permanent Life Time Injury " ? Is that still a thing ?

Bill, in the New York City there are no good gyms left. I agree with how insane all of this looks. I am often standing baffled at a gym where I train looking at what people are doing there. There?s more to this and my commentary would be extensive as to the cause of it all but it would have to be taken offline as my opinions will surely ?offend? many.


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