Olympic hero Rulon Gardner has fallen off trucks, tumbled off tractors, and gotten stuck in a baler. He has been impaled on an arrow, broken his neck, and gashed his knee clean to the bone. He has survived several catastrophic high-speed accidents, endured a frostbitten night in subzero temperatures, and most recently, swam away (barely) from a plane crash in Lake Powell. In between, he pulled off one of the great upsets in sports history and became an American legend.
How and why do weightlifters keep that extra fat on? I realize that there is an immense amount of muscle under there, but you'd figure that any olympic-level training regimen would burn any amount of fat off in short order.
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