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Jeff B. joined Snap Fitness in the middle of October last year. “During the summer, I did long-distance bike riding to get in shape. Once bike season was over, I needed something to do to stay in shape,” Jeff said. After trying his neighborhood Snap Fitness one day, the 42-year-old dad was hooked. My Snap Fitness Success Story: Jeff B. from Minnesota Jeff B. joined Snap Fitness in the middle of October last year. “During the summer, I did long-distance bike r.

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In 58 weeks he and MacKenzie had set me on a course that transformed me from a limping former runner who couldn’t do 15 push-ups to one of 62,000 people competing to enter the 2012 CrossFit Games.

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Seriously concerned about his condition and his performance, he reported that he had been desperately trying to lose weight, particularly because his contract required him to maintain a certain weight and body fat; his ultimate goal was 257 pounds (166.5 kg) or 13 percent body fat.

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Jeff has served on the advisory group for the Northwest Fitness Center for two decades.

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Between intermittent complaints that since he lost weight he was getting pushed around in football, Brandon also saw some positive results in his performance, and that motivated him to keep up the good work.

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Chris Teff, a teammate of mine at Minnesota Crookston, was my roommate, along with Nick Niedermann, a random roommate from Delafield, WI. Chris was also attempting to walk-on, and it was great having someone around that shared my vision.

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The team assumed that he was also overweight during the lockout, even though the twice-monthly weigh-ins never occurred.

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He Joined an Ultimate Frisbee team, began running, and started eating at home more often.

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  • People were saying what he was saying in the podcast was about Francesca and it wasn’t how is he gonna address it and set the record straight without saying her name?

  • if i had 5$ for everytime shane said that was stupid or im sorry, id be rich. lmao like my first grade teacher used to say DONT BE SORRY JUST DONT DO IT

  • I have been on Shane’s ass about this shit since before Onision went on his campaign to expose him (literally screaming at people over their hypocrisy/double standards in blindly defending Shane) however I will say that it is unfair to attack him for being self deprecating when it is actually appropriate for once. He is is laying it on thick because it is the truth. He did some awful shit and that all of this hate is overwhelming because that’s how it is. If he didn’t grovel you would all be saying he doesn’t care or is brushing the magnitude of this scandal off. Minimising. To me the point you praised about him saying ‘you don’t have to accept my apology, that’s fine’ seems more like potential reverse psychology, virtue-signally and ‘manipulative’. But can you really call people’s behaviours manipulative when in reality everything we do and say is objectively manipulating others and for the most part is GENUINELY what we actually think and feel? Can you really cherry pick like that?

  • WTF?!? I don’t use the word crazy all willy nilly, I have trauma based mental disorders and know how much it sucks to be called as such. With that said……..dude is ���� crazy.

  • This is great. I love this. My one suggestion for next time is too hop on it immediately. I was craving this content last week. Still good this week though! ��

  • You’re scrolling through a person’s twitter who IS ACTUALLY A BLACK MAN and would be badly affected by what Shane did, and you’re talking over their voice? You say that it’s okay for the people watching your streams to not accept Shane’s apology but then you go on this guy’s twitter and “Just can’t understand” why they don’t get it was something that happened in the past?

    You have incredible privilege to be able to laugh this off and talk over black voices, and you’re doing a good job of not listening.

  • I’m not even a Shane Dawson fanbut I didn’t find his apology that horrible. Jeffree Star, on the other hand, IS horrible, arrogant and will never take responsibility.

    I think Shane at least made a good effort and truly expressed remorse for what he did. But I don’t think anyone’s apology is ever going to be good enough for the Edwin-Creepshow Art crowd… They get off on picking apart apologies, trashing Youtubers on Twitter, and fluffing eachother up in their little clique. Looking forward to when one of them screws up in a big way and they get turned on by their communitymaybe then they won’t feel so self-righteous up on their moral pedestals.

  • Did you watch dangelowallace’s video about Shane Dawson zero respect for Shane after seeing that minus respect don’t know how he got any followers whatsoever going to be a lot of confused young people around

  • Dude what about the Podcast where he’s talking about a 6 yearold cheerleader on instagram where he’s calling her sexy even though the host keeps telling him to stop. Then the podcast of him molesting his cat and it was okay because there was no penetration

  • I think this old quote expresses something valid about the psychology of cancel culture:

    “The surest way to work up a crusade in favor of some good cause is to promise people they will have a chance of maltreating someone. To be able to destroy with good conscience, to be able to behave badly and call your bad behavior ‘righteous indignation’ — this is the height of psychological luxury, the most delicious of moral treats.”

    ― Aldous Huxley, Crome Yellow

  • I do believe he’s sorry (in one way or the other), but he seriously needs a lesson in ACTUAL accountability; all of his apology videos sound EXACTLY the same. Seriously.