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Old 11-10-2019, 11:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Keeping in shape as a software developer (or IT professional in general)

Hey Guys! I'm a software engineer myself and I know keeping fit can be a challenge.

What are your two biggest challenges when it comes to losing weight and keeping in good shape ?
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find a good MMA school nearby usually they have strength training program there as well unlike traditional martial arts which have the bare bones strength training..
keeps you in shape and motivated
and gives you skills if you want to back it up when you troll online and someone calls you out in real life lol
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