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what do you guys do for a living

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just read a post there about how much people spend on supplements and i seen some of you spend a fortune just wondering what use guys do for a living im an hgv mechanic

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Nothing currently, have worked as a door man, farm worker, nutrition store clerk and vending machine maintainer.

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I own a sports supplement store in Liverpool,

the shop doubles up as an mma shop too, we stock quite a bit of clothing, muay thai and mma gear

Always happy to give discounts in the shop to uk muscle members :)

Store address is

Minerals fitness

72 Derby Lane

Old swan

Liverpool

L13 3DN

Call in and say hi if your in the area

Marc

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yeah u should do it mate worth it in the end

i have to work full time, all the time, and after a days work i don't know if i could go on runs, and fit my training in too

i know it would be worth it though

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i have to work full time, all the time, and after a days work i don't know if i could go on runs, and fit my training in too

i know it would be worth it though

wow i wouldnt fancy that i done it when i finished college was single and living at home so different circumstances and even then it was hard people do do it tho with full time jobs etc

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just read a post there about how much people spend on supplements and i seen some of you spend a fortune just wondering what use guys do for a living im an hgv mechanic

Roadworker mate loads of manual labour:cursing:

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wow i wouldnt fancy that i done it when i finished college was single and living at home so different circumstances and even then it was hard people do do it tho with full time jobs etc

i've heard of it taking 10 years when fitting it around a full time job, respect to them for sticking at it

if only i came into enough money to live on for about 18 months, i'd give up work and do it full time

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Freelance photographer, and also a doorman part time (although doorman used to be my fulltime job)

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