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Ferdinand also talked about how he channels his grief through sport and working out, especially after his wife and mother passed away.

“Until you start working out regularly, you don’t understand it. You don’t understand that sometimes that hour, or even that brief 20 minutes you snatch as and when, can be the most chilled out hour or 20 minutes of your day.

“Without the gym I don’t know where I would’ve had that release time – that time just to think about nothing, or to think about something other than what was going on in my life,” he summarised. 

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