>He’s reduced his body fat from 18 to 11%. He lost 14 pounds despite adding 4 pounds of muscle, and now weighs 214, which is lighter than what his listed weight was at Oklahoma. He can do almost twice as many pushups in one stint as before (45 from 25). And he’s hit new personal highs in everything from squats to the vertical jump.How does one make it to the pros and only be this unfit?
>>63512587>45 from 25Is that a lot?
I’m assuming the push-up thing is with a strict time limit. Maybe in one minute?
QBs don’t need to be the most athletic on the field
>>63512606No. I could do 45 in a minute as a skinnyfat 8th grader
Muscles and lifting heavy ≠ athletic. If anyone on this board ever played sports instead of spending all their time in their room they would know that.
>>63512794ThisBeing athletic is more about agility, balance, body control…. Etc.Lifting does attract a lot of unathletic people. It’s a chance to look athletic but still look like an idiot if you tried to run.
>>63512649Brady Quinn was probably the best built about, and he was very mediocre
>>63513431Qb* dumb phone posting
Being a QB is about technique and quick thinking while 300lb guys are trying to tackle you. Being very muscular can inhibit your ability to throw well by restricting mobility, and by causing you to always throw too hard and limit your accuracy.
>>63512587qb is a skill position and it's more about diagnosing a defense, unless your black.
>pro athlete>25 pushupsjesus christ I missed outit's so easy
>>63513431He was a stud at ND. Too bad his defense sucked
He put out a video doing pushups a few years ago and he had really shitty form. I think he paid to have the video scrubbed from the internet.
>>63512587Skill and talent matters more than fitness in pro sports. A huge portion of pros have drug and alcohol problems too yet still mog 99% of the world in their particular sport.
>>63513431>can’t lift away the chest gap