This was pretty funny, I lol'ed
How much does Lypo cost? wrote:
A lot of overweight people would pay for the physique. They'd pay more for a more muscular physique, but if all you were selling was runner's physiques, take or leave it, you'd get a lot of takers. A lot of them would never bother to take their 32/15 minute bodies to the track for a test run, so you can probably get away with selling 37/18 and advertise it as 32/15.
I doubt many runners would pay. Running 15/32 is pretty good, but not great. If you paid to get into that kind of shape (like PEDs), any accomplishments would feel empty and hollow.
The Mike Rossi's and Rob Young's of the world would be all over this.
I don't know how much Lypo costs, price it about 15% higher. Good luck with your business.
This. Runners who have been at those times in the past and felt good understand how it feels to be light and fast. The average person would have no interest in any of it, the times or the physique, until serious health consequences of being a fat and lazy fvck start, then they'd be interested in the physique at least. Maybe.
El Cheapo wrote:
The average person could give a rats ass and wouldn't pay a dime. You could make it 14 and 30 minutes and they still wouldn't care. Now a runner with pr's of 17 and 35 minutes might pay a handsome sum for those times if they could afford it.