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Manny Rodriguez
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  • Bellerose, NY
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"Brian, Well done, thank you for the invite."
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Personal Trainer, Other
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Strength and Conditioning
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18 years training experience
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I am seeking a new job

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At 12:52pm on June 2, 2009, Scott Hines Sr. EdM, CSCS RKC II said…
If you have any questions about Football 360, just let me know. We have several schools using the program and are having great results. Thanks!

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