Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by Toodles, Apr 11, 2009.
totally jealous of his black genes
and yes that is mr. flopper next to him w/ the lolz tattoo
I thought you said back jeans.
i'd wear them on my back
Apparently, he doesn't do any weightlifting–he does yoga instead.
Not sure if the poor quality of the pic makes it deceiving but his back does look good... Has some separation to it like you'd expect from someone who deadlifts often.
that has to be bs, dude gained like 50lbs since he joined the league
the chosen 1? is he a black jew or something?
But really, no way he doesn't work out. I'd swear he started taking steroids with all the lean mass he put on, if it wasn't for the fact that he was only 18/19 when he entered the league.
he's one of the most talented athletes ever and he's black so I'd expect him to have some muscle
No, he lifts weights. Not too much during the season, but a ton in the off-season. He has a trainer, nutritionist and a chef too help him out too.
Where are you getting this from? I got my info from a Sports Illustrated (6 or 7 page) spread on him. He talked about trying to lose 10lb, but gaining 7lb instead ?
PS I'm drunk.
I don't believe any NBA player isn't lifting during the season, thats just dumb.
After I saw Kevin Durant get pinned under 185 I was fairly confident he didn't lift
(Though, I'm sure he is now)
Calling a grown man BronBron is that gayest shit I've ever heard in F&N, and that's hard to do
I agree look at their game shedules, plus you gotta account for traveling on the away games and practise everyday. I'm sure some lift, but not all players do thats for sure (during season)
thats the nickname his momma gave him
blakc people put on muscle just by thinking of weights
You're Lebron's mother?
no but i will grab my featherduster and whip you like my own
what a homo thread title
why is it that black people put on muscle easier?
I dunno, but I heard they're leaner because populations evolving in cold environments retain more "brown fat", which is used to generate heat.