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8 minutes ago, silky fox said:

I can see who wears the chainsaw trousers in that relationship then😉🤣

As with most things, the secret is not to get caught!!!

 

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3 minutes ago, silky fox said:

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Only a shame ‘the heart’ is currently set on the all new T540i xp.

 

If I place an order on one of them, it may well put a whole new meaning into  the term “battery saw”!!

 

Is the new Stihl working out well for you?

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Paul, if you are dabbling in SRT.

 

I can highly recommend the Schultz effect.  Best 40USD you will ever spend.

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Thanks Rich.I value your advice very muchPretty Obsessed with SRT right now.In the learning stages now but it will be my main system soon.Certainly for ascent.

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I am finding Cardio really boring and have never had anything to take my mind off the exercises.But yesterday the gym has for the first time got a guest WiFi Installed.So i can watch lots of SRT videos and it has meant that i have been able to train longer! 

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Lawrence Shutltz will teach you every thing you need to know and more.  So much content.  Subscribe and just stream the episodes.  Or download to watch later.

 

The final chapter shows him working a big tree with normal doubled rope and then does the same simulated climb but SRT.

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On 10/02/2020 at 06:41, silky fox said:

I am going to knuckle down now and make every working day count.Build up my savings again as I am after a new kind of vehicle towards the end of the year.

What vehicle you thinking of getting then silkster?

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