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2005/07/27 17:44:30 (permalink)

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hi my job is for a company that sells firewood and i spend most of my day lugging trees into the shed for cutting, and then putting the packed logs onto the van and taking them off the other side, does any 1 know if this will have any effect on my training? thanks Neil
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    RE: Working+Training 2005/07/27 18:10:51 (permalink)

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    hi my job is for a company that sells firewood and i spend most of my day lugging trees into the shed for cutting, and then putting the packed logs onto the van and taking them off the other side, does any 1 know if this will have any effect on my training? thanks Neil

    You should be ok mate. People who are builders, road workers etc go to the gym i go to and some of them are big. As long as you've got a good diet and enough sleep you should be fine. Only disadvantage is with lifting logs all day im sure you'l feel more tired than others before your workout.
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    RE: Working+Training 2005/07/27 18:36:32 (permalink)
    I work as a machinist and some days I have to do alot of heavy lifting. Although now a days I keep it to a minimum and use cranes wherever possible. To be honest it doesn't hinder my training too much. As above, just make sure you get plenty of rest and have a good diet and you will be fine mate.
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