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[THIS IS AMERICAN RUGBY] Volt Athletics Offers A Unique Exercise Solution

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So I'm not usually one to write about myself. I prefer staying as neutral as possible in the American rugby world and that often requires leaving any personal narrative out. However, I'm going to break my own rule to talk about something that has helped me out recently, Volt Athletics and their partnership with Serevi Rugby.
I hadn't been to the doctor in over ten years when my wife finally set an appointment for me. Mainly I avoided going to the doctor because I felt good and I knew what the doctor was going to say: I'm overweight. Now, I wouldn't be considered obese but I'm not thin or in any sort of athletic shape. Still, I'm as fat as I have ever been and as I get older and my son starts to grow up I realize that I would like to be around him as long as possible. Something needed to change.
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Topics: Change Up, Chris Tombs, exercise, Coverage, Dan Giuliani, Jaime Quick, NS Performance, Serevi Rugby, Serevi Rugby Institute, Strength and conditioning, This is American Rugby, TIAR, Volt Athletics