Today's Twitterchat with the Gym Junkies

Great discussion.


Thanks to everyone who joined in today's twitterchat with the Gym Junkies (twitter.com/gymjunkies). It really was a fascinating discussion on their Shredded for Summer campaign; a few highlights :

Overall it was a great discussion. Next week we're chatting with The Rotater's Chris Melton (twitter.com/chrismelton) on shoulder injuries and rehabilitation. If you've ever experienced shoulder pain, make sure you don't miss this one.

See you there.


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