TOM LEHMAN: Just the time commitment. It takes time to start where I started and try to work off all the flab.
You have to give something up, and to my it was always the kind of thing that well, I can't do it because I've got to work on my game. I've got to work on my chipping, work on my driving. I've got to do something with my game. I said, you know what, it's not going to do me any good at all if I can't walk the golf course because my knees hurt so bad. I'll give up three hours a day of chipping or three hours on the range to make it so my knees don't hurt. I think it's been a good decision.
Q. How much have you lost?
TOM LEHMAN: You know, I started at 229 in August when I started training, and now I'm 205.
JOEL SCHUCHMANN: Tom, thank you.
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