Another obstacle in his quest to regain a great deal of muscular weight in a short period of time is a reported reluctance to consume dead-animal protein.
A savvy guide on his caloric path to 40 pounds in three months could be almost any sports writer in a storm. Unfortunately, Ricky and the Dolphins are more interested in adding what is known as "good" weight. Running backs shouldn't enter a season without a reasonable level of body fat, but Williams needs to be able to see his shoes before tying them.
The workout routine can begin with dreadlifts.
According to rumor, 15 pounds of Ricky's 40-pound weight loss was credited to a hair cut. If he saved his dreads, these can be added to any load Williams may lift.
While yoga can be quite beneficial and has been used by many athletes in strength-related sports, Ricky will need much more.
Here's a small portion of our sample routine.
· While kneeling, beg forgiveness from Dolphins teammates who lost 12 games in your absence.
· Build shoulders by shrugging whenever a teammate asks a difficult question regarding your disappearance.
· Know that bench press is not a form of media boycott.
· Believe anyone who says seated rows have nothing to do with corn.
· Remember that squat is something to do, not something you know.
· The carioca drill is not your opportunity to belt out a Lenny Kravitz tune.
· Carry all team equipment from storage facility to practice field.
· Carry all team equipment from practice field to storage facility.
· Eat your words.
· Major muscle groups also can be attacked by executing the power clean, which has nothing to do with drug tests or The Original Whizzinator..
· Ricky also should be advised that calculating weight increases in these lifts should not be done in kilos.
Begging forgiveness...that's funny stuff!
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