Quote Of The Day
“People [at Boston] were commenting that they couldn’t even recognize me. And then some people were like, ‘You’re fat’ or ‘You look good, but you’re big.’ I needed to show people that that yes, I look different, but it’s not like I just got fat. I didn’t just start eating the house and stop working out. … I’ve been small and weak my entire life – just, like, totally underdeveloped. I’ve always wondered what it would feel like to be big and strong.”
“… I feel like it’s giving life to my body instead of taking it away. Now I can go run and not feel fatigued and feel good. But I’m also doing so much less running-wise than I ever have – like, 12 miles a week compared to 12 miles a day.”
– Ryan Hall talking about the weightlifting transformation he has made since retiring from professional running which has seen him gain 40 pounds of muscle and go from benching only 100 pounds to over 200.
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