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LEUCADIA, CA | August 15, 2017
Jockey Mike Smith, who just turned 52 is still at the top of his game, largely in part due to an intense circuit training routine 5 days a week. Smith has been working out with personal trainer Brian Killion, 44, for the last 17 years. "The last time I was 118 lbs. [Smith's size], I think I was in the third grade," jokes Killion, who's 6'4" 290 lbs. "Pound for pound though, Mike's almost impossible to beat." (Melissa Lyttle for The New York Times)
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LEUCADIA, CA | August 15, 2017 <br />
Jockey Mike Smith, who just turned 52 is still at the top of his game, largely in part due to an intense circuit training routine 5 days a week. Smith has been working out with personal trainer Brian Killion, 44, for the last 17 years. "The last time I was 118 lbs. [Smith's size], I think I was in the third grade," jokes Killion, who's 6'4" 290 lbs. "Pound for pound though, Mike's almost impossible to beat." (Melissa Lyttle for The New York Times)