Joined 13 years ago from Pennsylvania
My nam is Tim. I am a full-time engineer and a part-time fitness blogger. In my four+ years of experience in the nuclear industry at a two unit Pressurized Water Reactor Site I've worked in Programs/Components Engineering, Design Engineering, and Systems Engineering. I'm currently a Level III System Engineer in the Nuclear Steam Supply Systems (NSSS) Group. I hold a Bachelor's of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Penn State and an Engineer in Training (EIT) Certificate from the Pennsylvania State Board of Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors and Geologists.
In my spare time I run a fitness blog at www.buildmuscleforlife.com. This blog is aimed at those interested in improving their general health and well-being through weightlifting. My fitness aspirations include becoming a certified personal trainer and continuing to build credibility through my blog.
6 years ago
A step-by-step approach that explains how to replace the spark plug in a dirt bike. This approach requires no previous knowledge of dirt bikes or spark plugs.
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