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About wrestlin174

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  1. Great work...the tough workouts are part of the sport as long as you don't hurt yourself. If I were you I would add a second layer of sweats and a second sweatshirt once you got even a little bit used to the first. Part of what I always loved about wrestling was the intense workouts and the way it forced me to stay uncomfortable. I always thought the more uncomfortable I was in a workout (not practicing technique, mind you) the longer I'd be able to last on the mat and outlast my oponent. So...good on you for keeping up the intensity and making yourself a little miserable. FWIW, my before weigh-in workouts were always heavily layered....