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We're super stoked to announce a new addition to the team: DanielK. He's been an essential part of the community for over five years now, he's been a killer moderator, and now he's an official member of our staff.Dismiss Notice
=====> Welcome thread here
Welcome to team, Daniel!
We're testing a brand new neck bulking program. You can do it alongside the workout program you're currently doing, so feel free to do it while doing the b2B program or any of our other more advanced content.Dismiss Notice
You can try it here:
=====> Neck Bulking Workout (The Minotaur)
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