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OSU Athlete Jonnie Motomochi on his Lifestyle Choices

March 12th, 2012

Jonnie Motomochi
Golfer
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New Media Communications

Carrots are really always my favorite vegetable. My parents really liked carrots as well so I had a lot when I was younger. Celery I just recently started to like, dipping it in ranch or wherever I can have it.

My mom focused on “Eat your vegetables.” I’m from Canada, and she still calls down and says, “Make sure you eat your vegetables and eat well.”

I throw whatever I want in stir-fry.

It’s a lifestyle choice. I know when I don’t eat vegetables I’m more tired and sluggish throughout the day. You just feel better.

If I’m sluggish to workouts maybe I won’t get as good of a workout. It’s little things like that.

We’re going for a whole day. A Monday of a tournament we’ll play two rounds, 7:30 to 7:30.

It’s not as intense as a basketball game but the longevity of it is pretty grueling.

Athletes understand the benefits of vegetables. Do you?

Be Well. Be Orange.

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One Response to “OSU Athlete Jonnie Motomochi on his Lifestyle Choices”

  1. Michelle says:

    yes we all need reminding to “eat our greens” And a stir fry is probably the easiste way to do it as well. Good stuff.

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