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The Push Pull Swing Challenge - now with tracking sheets



4 Weeks 
4 Days per week

DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE GORGEOUS TRACKING SHEETS HERE AND GET ALL THE DEETS INSIDE HERE



DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE GORGEOUS TRACKING SHEETS HERE AND GET ALL THE DEETS INSIDE HERE


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About the Push, Pull, Swing Challenge
Welcome Video

Note: Swings should be shown as 2 sets of 20 reps for a total of 40 reps. Please note this change.





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SAMPLE DAY Video 1 of 
The Push, Pull, Swing Challenge



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