In the beginning of my statement I'm running on a treadmill and talking about the various ways I distract myself from how badly it sucks. One of them includes observing this kid who always comes to the gym in shirts with the sleeves cut off and spends 50% of the time checking himself out in the mirrored wall where he lifts weights, so I'm kind of making fun of him. It's just a brief part of the story, which is basically going to be about how between junior and senior year I replaced all of my bad habits, academic and otherwise (exercise and diet, here), with more sustainable ones. How I stopped procrastinating and cramming for exams, which allowed me to spend 3 months self-studying for the LSAT, and how I stopped speed dieting, lost the 30, yes 30, pounds I gained freshman year, and now run 30 miles a week. All of this is going to relate to what caused this change, and how I think this has made me capable of handling whatever law school throws at me. So yeah, it's a few sentences just making a little bit of fun of this kid. What do you think?