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My full time job is a Senior Business Analyst for a health insurance company.
My part time job and passion is a personal trainer. I mostly work with bodybuilders prepping for competitions and athletes.
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I mostly work with bodybuilders prepping for competitions and athletes.
Cool, I need a good cutting routine. Got any advice (or resources)?
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I mostly get paid to watch over trucks and eat catered food as a PA in the film industry. This is however is coming to an end shortly as there is not enough shows coming here anymore. So now I am thinking of heading to northern Alberta to the glorious mess that is the tar-sands for the year.

I am also a part time pyrotechnition for a firework company, pay is crap but it is a hell of a lot of fun and thus have been doing it for the past few years.
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Cool, I need a good cutting routine. Got any advice (or resources)?
Cutting routine or cutting diet? I customize both to the athlete and their goals...so it's not a simple generic answer.

PM me and I'll help ya out.
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man a lot of nice jobs. any one hiring i can send u my resume?
i work at Pizza Hut as a delivery driver and cook. job sucks but the tips are amazing. plus im a full time college student. wish i had more time to ride.
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Ok let me try and clarify It's not so much about variatals of cheese as it is performance traits. So.. when you buy a product in the grocery store that has cheese and is cooked in a microwave it needs to perform... ie not over melt or burn. Standard cheese doesn't work in that environment. What I do is utilize functional ingredients in combination with chemistry (fat, moisture, pH) to create a product that can withstand that cook platform and can be produce in large quantities for use in large factory food preparation

I wouldn't have believed my job existed 5 yrs ago
sounds like the best job ever, is it like that cheez its advert, not mature! we need to go riding sometime and talk cheese. do you dream allot?
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