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June 04, 2007


Rob Artisan


once you get going it will seem easier.

David pushes you but not more than you are capable of doing.

I can do 2 sessions together without feeling really tired; when I started I could not.

You will get addicted to training.


Andrea Wren

Hi Rob - no pain, no gain, eh? I have to say, I am appreciative of the fact I ache all over (more so this morning!) because I know I've worked my muscle groups properly.

How long have you been training now?

Rob Artisan


only a matter of weeks.

I can now bowl again and can run in for cricket.

I never thought it but I am a little disappointed if I haven't been to one of his classes for a while.

Do not tell David that.



Wow - sounds like a punishing routine! It will get easier - well done for going for it! Like you, i quite enjoy my muscles aching a little as it feels like I have had a really good workout!

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