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Tom Sietas (8'58") video

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jome

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A real spectator sport isn't it :)

I counted he packed something like 80 times! And that took more than 25 seconds. Wow...Best I ever managed was around 30 packs and it was already painful. Maybe he packs differently, I don't know. Would be nice to know how much in actual volume he packs.
 
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samdive

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he packs in loads of really tiny packs - amazing to watch and very different to what everyone else seems to do

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kingohyes

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Does anyone know how he trains? I would love to learn his training methods.. I know that his training methods are kind of a mystery since nobody seems to know how he can do a 9.5 minute static
 
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