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hey why didn't the front office ever think of this?




Looking to shed some weight and break out of his slump, Choi went to Mount Seorak last autumn. As he explains it, he went unprepared without any water, and nearly died


Choi credits his success and change in mentality to his climb up Mount Seorak.


“It was this mountain that helped me to play well this year. Climbing these trails also made me realize the importance of family and the need to start a family of my own,” he said.

thats it, new offseason training regimen for everyone



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