How I trained Captain America

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  • Carl Valle
    Carl Valle on #17713

    Since superhero training is now part of fitness culture, I thought I would tell a funny story. Sometime after filming Fantastic Four, Chris Evans decided to train at Longfellow for a bit, a facility that I worked at. At Longfellow, we had 12 State champions, many state record holders and many All-Americans. During that time pull-ups rings were gaining momentum and I liked using the brand from Tyl

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    Rich Tolman(mr-glove) on #108945

    I think it’s a stretch for the S&C staff to take too much credit for a team’s accomplishments. Think of how many people played a role in a collegiate team winning a national championship. Coaches, recruiters, athletes, trainers, boosters, etc…

    Many pat themselves on the back for wins or titles but when things turn sour they resort to the old man games stat.

    ex400 on #108926

    Old expression with lots of variations: “Success has a thousand fathers, but failure is an orphan.”

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