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Gonna Make You Sweat: NBA Health & Conditioning
NBA players are some of the best conditioned athletes in the world and they work year-round to maintain their physique. Throughout the 2001-02 season, nba.com will take an inside look at workouts from the league's 29 teams, including fitness and nutrition tips for the weekend warrior in all of us. Feel the burn!
Forward Lamar Odom is especially concerned about keeping his lower body strong. Already on the injured list with a sprained ligament in his right wrist, Odom then sprained his ankle at a Clippers shootaround. So he's faced with the difficult task of letting his ankle heal, while maintaining strength in his legs.
"This workout is important for a variety of reasons," Doyle says. "By strengthening and maintaining his lower body, Lamar helps to improve his post-up game and combat tendinitis in his knees and quads."
The following Odom's lower body workout.
NOTE: This workout is designed for a professional basketball player. Please consult your physician before embarking upon any fitness regimen.
Special thanks to Johnny Doyle and David J. Callanan for flexing their muscles to provide the Clippers' workout regimen.