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Old 06-03-2013, 11:22 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by Bill View Post
Turn into a 6'3" black guy and work out a lot, and you will look like him.

David Haye Workout, Training Routine & Diet - GQ.COM (UK) - GQ.COM (UK)

Contrary to your post, he does in fact, lift weights.


So he does weight train.


However that still doesn't explain the diet.


Since when are tall black people better adapted to building muscle?
I thought it was more difficult if you were taller for starters.
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