How to eat healthy and be good at your job
“I just have to go with my gut, I just don’t have any doubts about it.
And if you’re on a diet, you can do a lot better than I am, and I feel like that’s the case.”
– Michael Phelps, swimming champ, after completing a 400m final in London.
But the question remains: Is he healthy?
A year ago, the question of Phelps’ health seemed as far fetched as it had in a long time.
A year after winning the Olympic title, his coach and teammates were still arguing whether Phelps could have won the competition if he hadn’t taken drugs.
The questions about his health continued to rise, as did the public’s concern about the health of the sport.
“You know, you never want to lose the spotlight,” Phelps told Sports Illustrated.
“But when it comes to your health, you just have too much to lose.
The fact that he was taking it, and the fact that it was so expensive, was a no-brainer.””
But Phelps had already made it clear he was going to take his time.
The fact that he was taking it, and the fact that it was so expensive, was a no-brainer.”
I want to go out and compete at a high level. “
I don’t want to be sick, I don’t care, but I don.
I want to go out and compete at a high level.
And the way I see it, I know that I’m not on a long term medication.””
You just have a gut feeling.
And the way I see it, I know that I’m not on a long term medication.”
After a year of taking painkillers and other drugs, the results were clear.
The last time Phelps won an Olympic medal, he had lost 50 pounds.
Now, he’s in a better position.
The question is, can he keep up with the times?
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