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Training C.A.M.P. with Curtis Williams

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Curtis Williams has developed a workout called Training C.A.M.P., offered at Crunch Fitness.

Williams is a former NFL athlete.

Fox 5 Sports Director Duke Castiglione joined a class and worked hard to keep up with the routine.

http://www.curtiswilliams17.com/

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