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Author Topic: Axe Women are here  (Read 13136 times)

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Offline Ron Scott

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Re: Axe Women are here
« Reply #60 on: December 21, 2014, 08:22:44 pm »
National Champion Arden Cogar senior cut the Nation's Bi-Centennial Christmas tree down for me in 1976 on the top of Kennison Mountain when the USFS provided the tree from the Gauley Ranger District of the Monongahela National Forest. I was the Gauley District Ranger at Richwood, West Virginia and Arden Cogar was well known for his chainsaw skills at the time.

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Re: Axe Women are here
« Reply #61 on: August 13, 2016, 06:58:13 pm »
Saw the "Iron Jack and Jill" competition.  Definitely impressive at every level.  I have to Axe though...can you teach folks how to throw an Axe like that?...Just Axing....(can I get a cymbal crash please)

But seriously...what kind of training do you do? beyond practice do you have a regular work out routine or some kind of particular exercise you incorporate in fine tuning your techniques?
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