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|Subject: ||RE: When are you not considered skinny?|
When I ran cross country I was 6'0 and 140 lbs. I cut back my mileage and started lifting weights. I am now 165 lbs and people STILL call me skinny! When I am considered not skinny? I don't think my frame can support much bigger muscles. I might be able to pack on an extra 5-10 lbs of muscle if I try really hard, but I'm almost at the end of the road.
Your only skinny if the person around you are thicker than you.
Faster forward this video to the 12:14 mark and listen to what the British announcer calls Steve Prefontaine.
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