Now, I remember the first real workout that I had. It was eight miles away from my home villagein Austria there was a gymnasium, and I rode to that gymnasium with a bicycle. And there Itrained for half an hour, because they said that after half an hour you should stop becauseotherwise your body will get really sore. But after half an hour I looked at my body, and nothinghad happened. So I said, "I'd better work out for another half hour." So I lifted some more. Mystrength didn't improve, I didn't see the muscles pop out or anything like that, so I trained foranother half an hour. And then after another half hour I trained another half hour, and alltogether I trained two and a half hours.
Well, let me tell you something. After two and a half hours--I left the gymnasium, even thoughthey told me that I shouldn't train that much or I would get really sore--I rode my bicycle home.And after the first mile I got numb, and I couldn't feel anymore the handle of the bicycle, and Ifell off the bike and I fell into the ditch on the side of the road. So I got up again and I tried itagain. Another few yards, I felt off the bicycle again. And I tried it three, four more times, and Ijust couldn't ride my bicycle because my body was so numb and my legs felt like noodles.