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  • A recent topic has been discussed on this forum in regards to the safety of a ‘sit-up’ which I would love to add some insight to. I will chime in as my career is in physical therapy and exercise physiology.

    There is no yes or no answer to this when talking generally. Unfortunately, a question like this is trying to fit a square peg in a round…[Read more]

  • A recent topic has been discussed on this forum in regards to the safety of a ‘sit-up’ which I would love to add some insight to. I will chime in as my career is in physical therapy and exercise physiology.

    There is no yes or no answer to this when talking generally. Unfortunately, a question like this is trying to fit a square peg in a round…[Read more]

  • A recent topic has been discussed on this forum in regards to the safety of a ‘sit-up’ which I would love to add some insight to. I will chime in as my career is in physical therapy and exercise physiology.

    There is no yes or no answer to this when talking generally. Unfortunately, a question like this is trying to fit a square peg in a round…[Read more]

  • A recent topic has been discussed on this forum in regards to the safety of a ‘sit-up’ which I would love to add some insight to. I will chime in as my career is in physical therapy and exercise physiology.

    There is no yes or no answer to this when talking generally. Unfortunately, a question like this is trying to fit a square peg in a round…[Read more]

  • A recent topic has been discussed on this forum in regards to the safety of a ‘sit-up’ which I would love to add some insight to. I will chime in as my career is in physical therapy and exercise physiology.

    There is no yes or no answer to this when talking generally. Unfortunately, a question like this is trying to fit a square peg in a round…[Read more]

  • A recent topic has been discussed on this forum in regards to the safety of a ‘sit-up’ which I would love to add some insight to. I will chime in as my career is in physical therapy and exercise physiology.

    There is no yes or no answer to this when talking generally. Unfortunately, a question like this is trying to fit a square peg in a round…[Read more]

  • A recent topic has been discussed on this forum in regards to the safety of a ‘sit-up’ which I would love to add some insight to. I will chime in as my career is in physical therapy and exercise physiology.

    There is no yes or no answer to this when talking generally. Unfortunately, a question like this is trying to fit a square peg in a round…[Read more]

  • A recent topic has been discussed on this forum in regards to the safety of a ‘sit-up’ which I would love to add some insight to. I will chime in as my career is in physical therapy and exercise physiology.

    There is no yes or no answer to this when talking generally. Unfortunately, a question like this is trying to fit a square peg in a round…[Read more]

  • A recent topic has been discussed on this forum which I would love to add some insight to. I will chime in as my career is in physical therapy and exercise physiology.

    There is no yes or no answer to this when talking generally. Unfortunately, a question like this is trying to fit a square peg in a round hole. After studying and looking at many…[Read more]

  • A recent topic has been discussed on this forum which I would love to add some insight to. I will chime in as my career is in physical therapy and exercise physiology.

    There is no yes or no answer to this when talking generally. Unfortunately, a question like this is trying to fit a square peg in a round hole. After studying and looking at many…[Read more]

  • Buddy replied to the topic Situps in the forum Tactical Fitness 3 years, 2 months ago

    I will chime in as my career is in physical therapy and exercise physiology.

    There is no yes or no answer to this when talking generally. Unfortunately, a question like this is trying to fit a square peg in a round hole. After studying and looking at many cadavers over the years, I have learned that all our skeletal and muscular systems are…[Read more]

  • Buddy replied to the topic Situps in the forum Tactical Fitness 3 years, 2 months ago

    I will chime in as my career is in physical therapy and exercise physiology.

    There is no yes or no answer to this when talking generally. Unfortunately, a question like this is trying to fit a square peg in a round hole. After studying and looking at many cadavers over the years, I have learned that all our skeletal and muscular systems are…[Read more]

  • Buddy replied to the topic Situps in the forum Tactical Fitness 3 years, 2 months ago

    I will chime in as my career is in physical therapy and exercise physiology.

    There is no yes or no answer to this when talking generally. Unfortunately, a question like this is trying to fit a square peg in a round hole. After studying and looking at many cadavers over the years, I have learned that all our skeletal and muscular systems are…[Read more]

  • Buddy replied to the topic Situps in the forum Tactical Fitness 3 years, 2 months ago

    I will chime in as my career is in physical therapy and exercise physiology.

    There is no yes or no answer to this when talking generally. Unfortunately, a question like this is trying to fit a square peg in a round hole. After studying and looking at many cadavers over the years, I have learned that all our skeletal and muscular systems are…[Read more]

  • Buddy replied to the topic Situps in the forum Tactical Fitness 3 years, 2 months ago

    I will chime in as my career is in physical therapy and exercise physiology.

    There is no yes or no answer to this when talking generally. Unfortunately, a question like this is trying to fit a square peg in a round hole. After studying and looking at many cadavers over the years, I have learned that all our skeletal and muscular systems are…[Read more]

  • Buddy replied to the topic Situps in the forum Tactical Fitness 3 years, 2 months ago

    I will chime in as my career is in physical therapy and exercise physiology.

    There is no yes or no answer to this when talking generally. Unfortunately, a question like this is trying to fit a square peg in a round hole. After studying and looking at many cadavers over the years, I have learned that all our skeletal and muscular systems are…[Read more]

  • Counter and Anti Tracking Techniques Developed by the LRRP during Vietnam

    Introduction– The threat to LRRP operations posed by visual tracking teams and dog teams will be significant during some operations. Before deployment on a mission the team must learn the dog and visual tracking capabilities and tactics the enemy may use in the o…[Read more]

  • Counter and Anti Tracking Techniques Developed by the LRRP during Vietnam

    Introduction– The threat to LRRP operations posed by visual tracking teams and dog teams will be significant during some operations. Before deployment on a mission the team must learn the dog and visual tracking capabilities and tactics the enemy may use in the o…[Read more]

  • Yes Sir,

    However, certain Leatherneck units are pretty bad ass also! Was a good time out there in the boonies.

    Semper Fidelis!

  • I appreciate it

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