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"I broke my foot. I was leg pressing at about 1,450 pounds and ... the bone just snapped. But I had to keep it up. I couldn't flex my leg properly. I couldn't walk without crutches for probably three months. ... I was still training, and I competed, too. I trained my left leg and I trained my upper body, and I still competed at the European championships. I left the crutches in the hotel room and put on a strong face." Francis, age 30 Training for bodybuilding competition is clearly a serious business that inflicts serious demands on…
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