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Re: I thought I created a "big people who run" thread? Guess not.
« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2018, 09:02:49 pm »
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From something I posted in ChrisM's journal:

i think when i'm done with my running phase it'd be fun to go for chrism-lite. gain 15-16 pounds, get strong, lean out, jump around.

gain 15-16 lb and still run :D

I met this guy recently @ the half, who i've known on IG. he's enormous, runs marathons/halfs etc. He's pretty big, even bigger/more diesel in person.





He's trying to run a race every weekend for 52 weeks, and at least 1 half or full a month.. and he's huge. LMAO.

Damn, he's gained a TON of weight since his first IG post.. and he runs alot. He runs nice and slow/relaxed *I think*, just out there enjoying it. A little different from how we get speed obsessed.

Sorry, quick hijack. :trollface: :ninja:

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Re: I thought I created a "big people who run" thread? Guess not.
« Reply #2 on: February 20, 2018, 12:49:04 pm »
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I remember you did post a topic like this on this topic.

After some looking around, I found this thread, which I think is the thread I was talking about.

http://www.adarq.org/800m-running-andor-conditioning/jacked-people-who-run/
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