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Quick question regarding RRBT

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GOLEAFSGO

Would I be able to view it in iBooks, or would I need a desktop computer to open it?

Quick background - I own the the sport all the way to 2, wanting to be able to close the 2, and then maybe try KTA. Have always just played around with them, but now wanting to try an actual structured routine.

Thanks in advance everyone, and I apologize if the answer is posted elsewhere.

Cheers

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Tom Flesher

The book isn’t formatted to open in iBooks. You can view it on one specific computer. It comes as an (if I recall correctly) .exe file. 

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devinhoo
25 minutes ago, Tom Flesher said:

The book isn’t formatted to open in iBooks. You can view it on one specific computer. It comes as an (if I recall correctly) .exe file. 

What if folks don't own a PC? Macs can't open .exe files at all.

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Goran Paulinič
1 hour ago, devinhoo said:

What if folks don't own a PC? Macs can't open .exe files at all.

Then you are in disadvantage and you may consider about different sport. ;)

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Wannagrip

It is windows PC only. 

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GOLEAFSGO

Ok, thanks boys 😎 best of luck in your training.

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Fist of Fury

Good thing RRBT is a very easy program to memorize :D 

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wobbler

You should be able to get a PC emulator (virtual machine) for a Mac, but I'm not sure if it would remember the license after the first use.

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Mike Rinderle

The thing that I found most important about RRBT was:

 

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KapMan

Why not update the file type to pdf or i dunno not something close DOS..

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Goran Paulinič
9 hours ago, Mike Rinderle said:

The thing that I found most important about RRBT was:

 

Living in North Korea is a challenge in itself. All grip feats should be corrected by a certain factor for North Korean enthusiasts!

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Fist of Fury
23 hours ago, Fist of Fury said:

Good thing RRBT is a very easy program to memorize :D 

@Goran Paulinič, this was not a joke, it is a very easy program to memorize, it's long but you're basically doing the same thing all the time. I remember the whole program and it's years since I read it and did it :) 

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