“I’m in a gym, a weight room, a pool,” he says, sitting in the pool, his face covered by a pool-front hat and towel.
“I’ve got to do a lot to stay active.
I don’t know if that’s normal.”
The new swimmer in the spotlight, though, isn’t a celebrity athlete.
He’s a 28-year-old father of two, and he’s one of the lucky ones who can swim.
“I can swim, and I’m a big believer that I can still do it, even though I can’t run, swim and run a lot,” he tells Yahoo Fitness.
“So I guess it’s my ability to be a big person that makes me happy.”
He was born with a rare birth defect, and the condition has severely limited his movement and dexterity.
He’s also been unable to do most of his everyday tasks, such as taking a bath, dressing, or feeding himself.
But the teen idol who goes by the nickname of “Pq” has never had a life without his swimsuit.
When he first joined the team, his first task was to clean the pool before every practice.
He also did a lot for the gym.
As the season went on, Pq started working out regularly, and it was only after the season ended that he decided to go full-time.
“I’m not really sure why I decided to become a professional swimmer,” he explains.
His first experience of full-body swimming was a training session at the beach at the age of six, which took him to the gym and into the pool.
After the workout, he would get into the water with the other guys.
A year later, he started training with a buddy of his at the gym, and by the age he was 10, he was swimming in the water.
By the age 15, he had become a member of the team and was competing for the national championship.
Then, in 2016, he lost a season in a row.
The next year, he won the gold medal.
Since then, he’s won gold, silver, and bronze.
He now owns a gold medal, two silver, a bronze, and three bronze medals in the 50-meter butterfly, the 100-meter individual medley, the 800-meter freestyle, the 1,500-meter hurdles, the 2,500 freestyle and the 3,000-meter medley relay.
At age 19, he took the first step on the path to becoming a professional athlete.
The success of his swimwear has earned him praise from the likes of Madonna and Drake.
“People are looking at my swimwear,” he told Yahoo Fitness in 2016.
“It has become something to aspire to.”
And he’s also a regular in the gym where he practices for hours.
“Every day, I’m doing a different workout, a different position, a new stroke,” he said.
“But I feel like it helps me become a better swimmer, because I don`t want to just go out there and do the same thing over and over.”
He also told Yahoo Sports that he’s been able to “learn how to make better decisions,” and that it has helped him to overcome the challenges that come with being a pro swimmer.
“You have to make sure that you don’t take shortcuts, and if you do take shortcuts it means that you haven’t been able and you’ve got a tendency to make mistakes, which is something that I have to learn,” he added.
“When I get out there in the pools, I try to do the things that I normally do.”
But is there a way to change his mindset and make the best of his body, and avoid the pitfalls of the sport?
The answer, according to Dr. David Schubert, is yes.
“The first thing you need to do is take it as a positive that you’re doing the right things, that you have a healthy mindset, and that you are taking care of yourself,” Dr. Schuberg told Yahoo Health.
“Then, you need some strategies that you can use to avoid getting injured.”
“When you’re out there, you have to be aware of where your body is and what your muscles are doing.
You can’t get hurt doing these movements, and your muscles can actually protect you.”
In addition to the daily routine, you also have to plan for the future, according a number of experts.
“A lot of people say, ‘Oh, I’ll just be a regular athlete and swim, because it’s fun,'” Dr. Kiyo Mori, a professor of sport management at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, told YahooHealth.
“And they’ll do that, and they