Thursday, November 17, 2011

The NAKED Truth About Belen Mozo


“It's like I'm a big piece of muscle. There is hard work that I have put into my body, and I like that I can feel all of it.” - Belen Mozo




It is no secret that golf is the greatest game ever played. In fact, I bet that if you had the option you would be playing golf tomorrow instead of going to the office, doing yard work, or whatever task you have planned.




Although, we cannot always play golf whenever we want to it is not as bad when we are able to watch the golf channel while smoking a cigar, sipping on a favorite beverage, and relaxing in an easy chair. What could possibly make life better than this you say? That's right, watching one of the sexiest golfers alive playing the greatest game ever.




In case you missed it, below is the interview Belen did with ESPN in THE BODY ISSUE.




THE INTERVIEW

How did you feel about posing for the Body Issue?

To be honest, I wasn't nervous, just really excited. I had seen past issues and completely respect how ESPN The Magazine portrayed the athletic ideal. It's a challenge to portray beauty on the naked body, and they did it super well.

I remember when I saw the picture of Camilo Villegas in last year's Body Issue, I was so impressed with what that picture said. I saw it as more than just Camilo posing naked with his legs crossed. For me it meant sacrifice and all the hard work that he puts into his body. I hope my picture will mean something, too.

Have you ever felt self-conscious about your body?
No, not at all. I've always accepted myself as I was. My family is really athletic -- both of my parents have great bodies. They kept up my brother's and my nutrition and diet. They would only allow us soda once a week, and there was never any candy at my house.

As a baby, I couldn't have milk, so my parents would substitute it and put smashed fruit in my bottle. I've loved fruit ever since. I've never had an issue replacing cakes with fruit for dessert. On top of that, I'm not a TV person. I'll spend an entire week in the hotel without once turning the TV on. And I was never into video games or wasting time on the computer either. I got that from my mom -- she never sat around on the couch. She never stopped moving.

I picked up golf at the age of 9, but also did a lot of other activities: rode horses, played basketball, running. (I actually thought I'd be a track star.) Maybe if we weren't raised that way, I wouldn't have an athletic body.

How has your body -- or your perception of it -- evolved?
I don't think it has changed at all. I never paid particular attention to that. I'm way beyond that kind of thing.

I love that my body is in one piece. It's strong. It's fit. There is a sense of cohesion; I feel stable when I walk. I can trust my body: my knees are not going to bail on me when bend down. It's like I'm a big piece of muscle. There is hard work that I have put into my body, and I like that I can feel all of it.

-- Interview by Morty Ain






The NAKED Truth About Belen Mozo




Age: 23; Body Stats: 5'7", 125Lbs; Birthplace: Cadiz, Spain

Career Highlights:
Four-time NCAA All-American; 2006 Ladies British & Girls' British Amateur champion. she was the first player since 1972 to win both in the same year.

Did You Know?:
During her freshman year at USC, she showed up for a video interview with the Daily Trojan wearing yellow pants and a blue shirt -- the official colors of UCLA. OUCH!


Some women are sexy. Some are educated. Some are good golfers. Belen is sexy, educated, and one hell of a golfer! For that Belen, we salute you!





For more information and other athletes featured in ESPN's BODY ISSUE check out THE BODY ISSUE!

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