Hacking My Gym Routine

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Cameron Hoffman unveils a few of his gym routines and describes his former coach's recovery advice. 
Winter training can be tough. It's cold, snowing, and wet outside, which makes training in the off season physically and mentally difficult to stay focused and fit. Cameron shares a few ideas about recovery and increasing your strength. 
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