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Rob Reynolds
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Discuss careers you can achieve through bodybuilding/good body?

Umm of the top of my head:
 
Acting
Personal Trainer
Gym Instructor
Security
Competing
Bricklayer
Wrestling
Boxing
Martial Arts
 
Anymore?
post edited by Rob Reynolds - 2015/02/08 18:09:42
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    Kaneda
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    Re: Discuss careers you can achieve through bodybuilding/good body? 2015/02/08 18:12:18 (permalink)
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    Lol, how would having a good body make you a competent brickie/boxer/martial artist etc?
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    Rob Reynolds
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    Re: Discuss careers you can achieve through bodybuilding/good body? 2015/02/08 18:13:49 (permalink)
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    Kaneda
    Lol, how would having a good body make you a competent brickie/boxer/martial artist etc?



    All martial artists and boxers have a good body. Also having a good body helps in bricklaying/they defnitely need strong guys for that.
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    makaveli1971 1996
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    Re: Discuss careers you can achieve through bodybuilding/good body? 2015/02/08 18:23:23 (permalink)
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    A good body makes you a bricklayer?

    Jesus Christ what are you smoking.

    If you love something let it go,if it comes back to you it's yours,if it doesn't it never was.
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    makaveli1971 1996
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    Re: Discuss careers you can achieve through bodybuilding/good body? 2015/02/08 18:25:28 (permalink)
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    Rob Reynolds
    Kaneda
    Lol, how would having a good body make you a competent brickie/boxer/martial artist etc?



    All martial artists and boxers have a good body. Also having a good body helps in bricklaying/they defnitely need strong guys for that.


    No you don't, they just get a labourer to pass them the bricks and mix the cement, they simply lay the bricks.

    And labourers do not have to have 'good bodies'

    Man stop talking so much sh*t

    If you love something let it go,if it comes back to you it's yours,if it doesn't it never was.
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    Rob Reynolds
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    Re: Discuss careers you can achieve through bodybuilding/good body? 2015/02/08 18:25:50 (permalink)
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    makaveli1971 1996
    A good body makes you a bricklayer?

    Jesus Christ what are you smoking.



    It's not a necessity, but a good body will definitely help in bricklaying.
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    Rob Reynolds
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    Re: Discuss careers you can achieve through bodybuilding/good body? 2015/02/08 18:27:13 (permalink)
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    makaveli1971 1996
    Rob Reynolds
    Kaneda
    Lol, how would having a good body make you a competent brickie/boxer/martial artist etc?



    All martial artists and boxers have a good body. Also having a good body helps in bricklaying/they defnitely need strong guys for that.


    No you don't, they just get a labourer to pass them the bricks and mix the cement, they simply lay the bricks.

    And labourers do not have to have 'good bodies'

    Man stop talking so much sh*t



    Maybe some people on these forums need to differentiate between what's trolling and what's real. One bad answer amongst many doesn't mean I am talking ****.
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    dementia
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    Re: Discuss careers you can achieve through bodybuilding/good body? 2015/02/08 18:27:31 (permalink)
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    Good bodies are ten a penny in the modern wold.







    Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body... but rather to skid in sideways, totally
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    Re: Discuss careers you can achieve through bodybuilding/good body? 2015/02/08 18:39:19 (permalink)
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    Porn?

    Fortes Fortuna Adiuvat
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    thegrimreaper
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    Re: 2015/02/08 18:49:11 (permalink)
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    Pretty sure the gym and nutritional training is part of the City and Guilds in brick laying.



    Are you on crack mate?

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    Re: 2015/02/08 19:56:08 (permalink)
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    g4p
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    Re: Re: Discuss careers you can achieve through bodybuilding/good body? 2015/02/08 20:26:57 (permalink)
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    Rob Reynolds
    makaveli1971 1996
    A good body makes you a bricklayer?

    Jesus Christ what are you smoking.



    It's not a necessity, but a good body will definitely help in bricklaying.

    Why?
    A skilled bricklayer, welder, miner or steelworker would wear a bodybuilder into the ground with the work he does every day. Strength has absolutely nothing to do with being a skilled manual worker.

    I enjoy the variety of your thread topics Rob, but this one is a tad silly

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