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Just now, Terah said:

That might be a bit heavy :D But it could be a weight to work towards. 

I highly doubt either of them would remain still very long

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Just now, Björn Járnhamar said:

I highly doubt either of them would remain still very long

Now that's part of the challenge :D 

And please make sure you post a video of you trying to tie a dog to your back ;) 

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Just now, Terah said:

Now that's part of the challenge :D 

And please make sure you post a video of you trying to tie a dog to your back ;) 

It'd be easier to tie a person to my back

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5 hours ago, Björn Járnhamar said:

It'd be easier to tie a person to my back

Depends on their age :D 

A strong headed 2 year old can be quite the challenge :P 

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Week 2 was busy for me.  Not so much in the goals department but I spent 4 days doing training for work so that I can teach nonviolent crisis intervention, primarily to other security.  Prior to doing the instructor class which featured the new training methods I had become disenfranchised with the class as it was taught the many times I've gone through it.  I came away realizing how much of it I have internalized throughout the years, even if I couldn't use the terms they use, and have some interesting ideas on how I can make it more interesting/practical for my fellow officers when I get to training them.  Also I have a handful of ideas that I'm going to pose to my management for ways we can implement training more than the 1x/year that is mandated for recertification.

All in all it was a good week, rained 90% of it so even if I was inclined I wouldn't have gotten my walks in.  I wasn't inclined to do so because I went from night shift to 4 days of dayshift.  I didn't do any dedicated strength training but there were a couple days when we were training some of the more physical skills and I put a lot of effort into abusing/throwing my partners around when it was my turn to be a patient and stopping them from doing that to me when I was acting as a staff member.  It was fun and educational, and I was sore the next day.

 

The big joke in security and a lot of the psych staff I work with regularly is that I was training for nonviolent crisis intervention when I am more physically and mentally prepared for and skilled in violent crisis intervention.

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2 hours ago, Björn Járnhamar said:

The big joke in security and a lot of the psych staff I work with regularly is that I was training for nonviolent crisis intervention when I am more physically and mentally prepared for and skilled in violent crisis intervention.

Having seen pics of you I agree :D 

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On ‎4‎/‎2‎/‎2017 at 0:11 AM, Björn Járnhamar said:

The big joke in security and a lot of the psych staff I work with regularly is that I was training for nonviolent crisis intervention when I am more physically and mentally prepared for and skilled in violent crisis intervention.

 

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