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  • n. An exercise done for strengthening the arms and upper body, in which one lifts one's own weight while hanging from a bar to a position above the bar.


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  • As the fan videos available on YouTube reveal, the debut album presents a power trio with regard for the muscle-up tradition and the skill to take it in other directions.

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  • Approval of this deal will undoubtedly trigger a merger wave, as the remaining players in both the distribution and content markets seek to muscle-up to match this new behemoth.

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  • Birchfield tend to play a hard, physical game, and the home pack will have to muscle-up to match them in this area.

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  • Managed to string together 22 double unders, learned how to do Turkish get-ups, did some OHS pratice, and best of all ... got my first muscle-up, then two in a row, then THREE in a row!

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  • He'll have to muscle-up quick just to play with Orton. drgnslayr (anonymous) says ... mizzousucks89 (anonymous) says ...


  • At the same time the U.S. is trying to muscle-up Afghanistan's central government, it's also doing kinda the opposite - funding and arming local militias. Site Feed

  • I caught the railing with one hand, and performed a muscle-up, and sprinted up.

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  • Congressional Progressive Caucus co-chair Lynn Woolsey, D-California, said she and her allies would continue to battle to muscle-up the public option. Main RSS Feed

  • Beyond the basics, you have more exercises derived from gymnastics, such as the muscle-up.

  • This covers dozens of different exercises and has one of the best muscle-up tutorial ever written.


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