I've been athletic since I was a kid. My parents got me playing tennis when I was seven years old and I started to play competitively.
I was somebody who was not athletic. I was highly imaginative; I loved to read, and I loved nothing more than being in a story... I didn't want to play ball; I wanted to imagine something and read something.
I read a lot growing up. It was kind of my comfort, you know; I loved it. I love story. I love narrative. I was academic. I wasn't particularly athletic. I didn't make the drill team. I didn't go out for sports.
If you have the athletic ability, why waste it in one sport?
I've always been athletic and fast.
It felt as if my body was, like, literally betraying me because I went from a very athletic, straight-up-and-down little kid to a very curvaceous woman, and it was just horrifying to me.
It's been a constant struggle with my athletic career to identify myself as a child of God and understand that His love is unconditional for us; it's not conditional like fans, or coaches, or even myself.
I was not particularly bright, I wasn't very athletic, I was a little too tall, odd, funny looking, I was just really weird as a kid.
I know that to be a good player, you have to stay healthy, and you have to be as athletic as you can possibly be.
I think no one would dispute that 'Chopped' is a highly athletic television show.
I think that's something to look forward to: The new Gracie Gold at the Olympics. In 2014, you'll see a lot of the warm Gracie, and not just the athletic Gracie.
As naturally athletic as I'm gifted to be, where certain things came easily, I always rely on my brain first.
Even my most physical matches in New Japan have all been athletic contests, and generally, they've all been fair and square. It's been this new, strong style we've been trying to create in New Japan, with my own personal style.
My thighs were huge; they were like rock! Growing up, I was really athletic, and I had a very athletic body.
I love being athletic and doing things that are active, even when I'm traveling.
I was a kid who got picked on in school and got beat up by popular, athletic soccer-type people.
The East Germans first used biomechanics. This meant that rather than guessing about technique and form, they could apply changes to athletic performance based on science.
Coming from an athletic background, the scientific aspect is a really big part of understanding beauty and how the body works.
There's no other heavyweight in the division like me, especially when it comes into the athletic department. I'm the most athletic heavyweight in the division.
I'm pretty athletic and I play basketball a lot.