Quote Of The Day
“I’ve been every size. I’ve been small, I’ve been large, I’ve been extra large. I’ve weighed 145 pounds, I’ve weighed 265 pounds, and now I’m 225. I’ve been at every range of the spectrum. … I’m actually stronger than I was when I was 265 pounds. The balls have been going well and staying connected and that’s what kicked everything off. It was realising that there was a problem and that my body needed to be at a certain weight for what I do. If you’re 265 pounds and you’re throwing the best you’ve ever thrown, you stay right there. If you throw the best at 175, you stay there. You just have to figure out how your body works. That’s what I had to feel out, and I throw my best at 225-230.”
– Hammer thrower Deanna Price talking about how losing 40 pounds between 2017 and 2018 helped her have a breakthrough season and break the American record.
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