Rob Gronowski’s approach to working out

You have to be in great shape to play professional football. However, at 6'6 and weighing in at 265 pounds, Rob Gronowski is built more like a machine than a man - and we have his training regime.

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WASHINGTON, April 14, 2017 – At only 27 years old, Rob Gronowski has attained quite a bit in his life. In his seven-year history in the New England Patriots, a professional football team, he has clocked up 6,095 receiving yards, according to NFL.com.

You have to be in great shape to play professional football. However, at 6’6 and weighing in at 265 pounds, Gronowski is built more like a machine than a man.

Rob Gronowski’s approach to warming up

Rob Gronowski knows that you have to be in amazing condition to do what he does for a living. However, Gronowski’s approach to training is anything but typical.


One thing Rob Gronowski interesting about his workout is how he typically warms up, keeping it fun and inspired by basketball games he used to play, Gronowski lines up a shot and if he misses, he must run the length of the court and try again!

He uses this warm up technique to get the blood flowing and his body moving.

Workout Method – Circuit Training

Mr. Gronowski often makes use of what is known as circuit training where you perform multiple exercises in groups or circuits. Since Rob Gronowski is a professional athlete it stands to reason that he would complete a high number of reps for each exercise.

However, it is recommended that you start with speed and weights that allow you to complete each circuit safely. As time goes on, you can work your way up to increased repetitions and heavier weights. P

Perform each exercise for 20 seconds and take a two-minute break after each circuit.

1st circuit:

Clean and Press

Medicine Ball Slams
Sled Pushes
Suspended Inverted Rows

The clean and press is great for getting the entire body moving. Slamming a medicine ball works for improving your explosive strength, which is great for massive strength increases. Pushing a sled works the core muscles and develops lower body strength.

The last exercise in the first circuit is the suspended inverted row which works the stabilizer muscles, including the back, trapezoids, and biceps.

2nd Circuit:

Rower Machine
Landmine Core Rotations

Shoulder Press
Box Jump

Using a rowing machine is akin to bicycling, in regards to both endurance and leg strength benefits. Landmine core rotations might sound scary but it’s actually a great exercise for strengthening core muscles.

The shoulder press works well to not just strengthen your shoulders but also helps to tighten your abdominal wall. Box jumps aren’t your typical jump but are instead used to provide athletes with increased explosive strength.

3rd Circuit:

Rope Slams
Pull-Ups
Kettlebell Swings
Plate Front Raises

Rope slams consist of bringing a large rope up and down against the ground. Slamming a rope works out the entire body but also is used for increased power output. Pull-ups are an exercise that is known to increase the size of arm and back muscles. Kettlebell swings aren’t done with the arms but are a type of lower body strength training. Raising weight plates will increase your arm and shoulder strength, keep your back as straight as possible. As in all workouts, ensure that you are wearing the right

Kettlebell swings aren’t done with the arms but are a type of lower body strength training. Raising weight plates will increase your arm and shoulder strength, keep your back as straight as possible. As in all workouts, ensure that you are wearing the right

As in all workouts, ensure that you are wearing the right workout clothes to jump around in.

In summary, it is easy to see how Rob Gronowski’s dedication to training has led him to be such a great football player. Sticking to a workout plan takes perseverance. Gronowski incorporates training that isn’t just used to make muscles larger, it helps to make him a better athlete.

Judging by the legacy he has obtained at only 27, his training style is certainly working out well for him!

Note: Before you start any exercise program, be sure to get proper training and consult your physician.

 

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