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Body-building
A training partner who ensures safe performance of heavy lifts in bench press, squats, etc. The spotter will, in the event of muscle failure, help lift the weight in order to complete the range of motion.
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The spotters also will have direct communication with coaches and medical personnel.
Stevens said: "The personal data of the spotters is kept private and the app does not assign tasks to them as well.
We welcome your fishing and hunting photos for publication in the Action Spotter and in our online community galleries at www.
AGI has developed a vast proprietary network of global trend spotters who continuously seek out new ideas, products and experiences around the globe.
This attracted spotters like 'wasps to your jam sandwich' and the sheer number of spotters on summer Saturdays was a source of constant irritation to railway police and operating staff alike.
The talent spotters will be coming to the Rock Cafe in Huddersfield town centre on Friday next week.
Babcock said about 6,000 weather spotters work in the Taunton office's coverage area, which includes all of Massachusetts except Berkshire County, along with Rhode Island, southwest New Hampshire and northeast Connecticut.
The Dreamliner is scheduled to do day trips to other Australian cities, but is expected to return to Sydney Airport overnight throughout its stay in Australian, where plane spotters may be able to catch a glimpse of it near the Domestic terminal.
Spotters can enjoy a day out in Amsterdam between sailings.
A shark spotter stationed on the beach was warned by a person on the mountain that someone had entered the water.
In conjunction with the Sunday coffee, the space-age, retro-themed Encounter Restaurant, located underneath the Observation Deck, will offer a "Plane Spotters Lunch Special" from 11:00 to 16:00.