From Fat and 40 to Professional Racing

The New York Times, which is quickly becoming a cycling magazine, has a very motivational piece up about cyclist Joao Correia who, after a decade off from the pro ranks swelled balloon-like thanks to a life of meals with clients and sedentary lifestyle. At 34 he’s shed sixty pounds, 20 points off his body fat percentage and is racing in the pro ranks again with Cervelo.

Makes my two miles on the treadmill today look positively pansy-assed.

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