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Jock Quotes

We’ve collected the best Jock Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Patti Hansen, Joel Silver, Mo Rocca, Ira Glass, Kenny Omega. Use them as an inspiration.

Everyone thinks I’m this jock of a woman, but I didn’t play any sports. I didn’t even let my kids play baseball because I was afraid they were going to get hit by balls.
Patti Hansen
I swam a little bit in high school but I wasn’t a jock.
I was not a jock in high school. I know, you‘re shocked.
My first job on the radio was writing jokes for a Baltimore DJ called Johnny Walker, who was sort of a ’70s era shock jock who all the teenage boys listened to in my school.
In high school, despite my involvement on four different sports teams, I threw my duties of being a jock out the window and spent my spare time in wrestling training or on the PS2.
I’m a jock and I’m an athlete, and that’s what I love to do.
Marion Jones
I was a jock.
Jamie Moyer
What I loved aboutSummer‘ was that they were these four bright kids with a wonderful future. In a way, she was the one with the brains, and then you have the beauty queen and the jock and the introvert.
Kevin Williamson
I wanted to be a blues guitar player. And a singer. And a songwriter. Not a shock jock.
I have, in the past, been attracted to really strong and dominant men. But on the other side, I have been attracted to very androgynous men. I don’t typically fall for your average jock. I just like people that are a little atypical.
You can be good at technology and like fashion and art. You can be good at technology and be a jock. You can be good at technology and be a mom. You can do it your way, on your terms.
I’ve played a jock a lot, but pretty nuanced jocks.
When I first started rapping, I used to just jock Jay Z super hard. Back when I was like 14 and 15, it was, like, Jay Z, Ice Cube, and Lil Wayne.
The funny thing about me that most people never really understand is that, at heart, I’m really a jock.
I was always the misfit jock who was with people painting on walls.
I grew up a huge jock, a lot of basketball and football. We had a pond in my back yard growing up, and we played a lot of hockey, too. I loved to score goals.
Hollywood is like a really sad, grown up version of high school where people get labeled as ‘cool,’ ‘not cool,’ ‘jock,’ ‘bombshell,’ ‘quirky‘… it’s like a caste system. You’re either in, or you’re out.
I’m kind of a jock. I sail, I ride a bike, I hike, I pump iron. I just love to be active.
I was kind of a jock in school. Beauty wasn’t something I spent a lot of time on.
Military is a great place for a jock. That’s the first thing they test you, they test you physically. If you can run, if you can do the pushups, it’s not as hard a transition. If you can’t do that, you’re going to have a problem because they’re going to really work it out of you or work it into you.
My greatest moment as a jock occurred when I was 14 and playing punch ball in front of my house on Albemarle Road near East 17th Street in Brooklyn. I ran back, back for a ball, and it fell in my hands. I didn’t even see it. Everyone congratulated me on the catch, and I never told them how it really happened.
I just remember saying to myself, ‘I want to be a super jock.’ I don’t want to be just some radio personality in some town somewhere doing the time and temperature and the latest song.
I am very picky with my career. I don’t need to do it for the money or the fame. I’m very choosy, which is why I haven‘t played the typical role that people expect to see from someone of my stature and size, as the mean jock or the preppy. It’s very easy to see me like that. That’s why I go against it in different roles.
We didn’t grow up in a jock household. In fact, my dad is an entrepreneur. He was a computer programmer; he was a professor of actuarial science at Wharton for 13 years, then started his own company that was software-based.
I’m not a shock jock at all.
I was a total jock growing up. I went to super-dorky basketball clinics and was handpicked to play on a state team called the Texas Heat.
I was a jock in college and high school, but I didn’t hang out with the jocks. I was sort of a nerd who didn’t look like a nerd. I never really fit into any social set.
I’m a jock.
I am not a shock jock pastry chef. I don’t create desserts using strange ingredients just for the sake of doing so, like so many of my colleagues in the industry.
I would say I was jock. I went to Sierra College. I was a big baseball player. Getting into the MLB was my dream – to become a left-handed pitcher for the Yankees. That’s what I was hoping, but life kind of went the other way.
A role I would not do: cool jock. That’s not something I’d be interested in doing.
I was in a very multi-racial, multi-cultural schooling system. I had a really delightful childhood. I was a jock. I became a very competitive swimmer in Zimbabwe. I was a swimmer, a tennis player, a hockey player. Then, when I was 13, I joined a Children‘s Performing Arts workshop in Zimbabwe.
I love sports. I love being active. I love challenging myself. I was a jock growing up from the time I could walk.