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Post  garndi on 20/03/08, 02:31 pm

where to start.... Laughing

well you need to trim it down, no one likes a Fat GTi.

Remove the rear wiper (who ever uses that?, in Australia we go fast enough that the water does not stick to the rear window)

Also the heater box (it does not get cold enough in Australia to really need that)

To keep fit I mow the lawn.....>

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0syT6N4pi0

stay tuned for more tips Wink
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Post  DonStule on 08/05/08, 09:48 pm

I am tuned for more tips. Give it to me;) LOL
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Post  garndi on 19/06/09, 02:06 am

Time for another tip....

Lifting engine blocks can help with the lower back, repeat this 5 times a day for fast results.
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Post  swiftly-uk on 19/06/09, 04:34 pm

Fast Result To Lieing down on your sofa at home because you done your back in Razz
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Post  garndi on 11/01/10, 03:31 pm

Arm curls exercise, to start this should be undertaken with the GTi gearbox only (more suitable ratios).

These really work the triceps at 30kgs.
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Post  garndi on 07/07/10, 07:21 pm

The deadlift is as much an art form as it is a lift. It is a combining of muscles, tendons, and ligaments, working as one unit to move a Swift from a dead stop to lockout.

Just grab the exhaust pipe and lift the car, repeat this in reps of 3 x 50 (its amazing how fast this works the lower back!!!).
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Post  catley on 10/09/10, 06:09 pm

now my second suzuki swift is striped out and ready for the track ,ive just been squat lifting the hole back end up of the ground 5 reps only at the mo will aim for 10 Mad
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Post  garndi on 23/02/11, 11:54 pm

Tip time....

Use steroids in the petrol tank for a stronger engine and better throttle response.
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Post  redline on 01/10/11, 11:12 pm

lol! awesome! Very Happy

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