A caption under a picture of Kobe Bryant (NBA, basketball player) it says he "added 15-20 pounds of muscle in the offseason". Offseason for the NBA is around three months long, is it possible for him to gain this much with a good diet and training? That's a lot of muscle for such a short period of time, isn't it??
Atheletes all seem to be fairly familar with weight training, hockey, football, baseball, basketball. With the amount of money players make nowadays and the access they have to deiticians, doctors and PT's I see no reason why he couldn't have gained that amount of muscle naturally. Just my opinion.
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Originally posted by BjUaFyF
With the amount of money players make nowadays and the access they have to deiticians, doctors and PT's I see no reason why he couldn't have gained that amount of muscle naturally. Just my opinion.
Originally posted by Scotty the Body
15 to 20lb of muscle in 3 months from an athalete without drugs?
I don't think so, not even with proper diet and rest. IMAO
This is what I'm wondering...is it because he has a lot of money for good resources to gain that much naturally or did he have help with some drugs? The answer is probably a combination of both, but it's just hard for me to see good gains like that drug-free.
Mind if I flip flop The guys a NBA player, probably one of the most demanding sports next to hockey so I guess it could be very possible for someone that goes as hard as they do, to have a 3 month break and put on some good weight.
I wonder if he is able to keep it on once the season starts back up again though.