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Tried learning BSL about 20 years ago, personal circumstances meant I gave up. Now in a more calm, mature phase of my life I thought I'd give it another try. Recently joined a gym ( proper mid-life crisis) noticed a gentleman who was deaf trying to get an instructor to understand him and thought to myself, how nice it would be sign to have the option to communicate with everyone equally. So here goes! 

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Hello @Robbo59. Welcome to the site and thanks for sharing.

Good luck with the signing, and the gym!

Feel free to post share your progress on here or record a video post to practice your new skills.

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