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The JuggLife | Stan Efferding: The Return of Rhino


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Stan Efferding, one of our most popular guest ever, invites us into his garage gym in Las Vegas, NV to discuss working with 4x World’s Strongest Man Brian Shaw, his client assessment protocols and goal setting process.

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