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Old 10-10-2012, 01:24 AM #8
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I quit bodybuilding to box. I didn't like being big. You're always eating (boring foods), you never feel great, people assume you're an *******, and contrary to what guys think, chicks usually don't like huge guys and the ones that do are trash.
Life is so much better with boxing. I feel great, look better than before, body is much healthier, etc.
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