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3:45 PM, Wednesday December 15th 2021

I'll most definitely do the box exercises as warm ups! I'm looking forward to the blunders! I plan to do this course to the end, no matter how long it takes!

Thank you for always taking the time to reply and not only critique but give motivational advice. I really needed both!

Hope you're doing well! In case we don't meet again, good tidings or happy holidays if you celebrate!

5:25 PM, Wednesday December 15th 2021

Ah, thank you! Same to you as well :D

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