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High Performance Produces Results

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There’s been a lot of chatter about the off-season progress of the players after undergoing their first season on Coach Erik Korem’s High Performance regimen. As you can see above, in just a few short months the Cats have become much more fit. On average they’ve lost 4.75 pounds of fat while gaining 2.5 pounds of muscle, a pretty extraordinary feat considering the short amount of time. The lack of depth problem can be mitigated through their emphasis on increasing stamina through plenty of rest and re-hydration.

 

Is anyone else fascinated by how small that orange looks in Za’Darius’ hand?

 

 

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

16 Comments for High Performance Produces Results



  1. cracka
    2:40 pm August 12, 2013 Permalink

    getting fit and recruiting faster guys … maybe we won’t look like we’re standing still when we play florida in a couple of years



  2. Za'Darius
    2:41 pm August 12, 2013 Permalink

    That’s not an orange! That’s a grapefruit..



  3. Nick Roush
    2:44 pm August 12, 2013 Permalink

    2. Insert Aziz’s joke about 50 cent learning what a grapefruit was for the first time. “Why isn’t this purple?”



  4. HAHA
    2:57 pm August 12, 2013 Permalink

    3. def one of the best comedians right now!!!



  5. Aziz
    2:59 pm August 12, 2013 Permalink

    what’s a good kayaking word?



  6. Intelligent
    3:25 pm August 12, 2013 Permalink

    Nutritional education: Something most Kentuckians know very little about.



  7. Not So Intelligent
    3:34 pm August 12, 2013 Permalink

    Some of us know it not necessary to capitalize the first word after a colon.



  8. Joe
    4:37 pm August 12, 2013 Permalink

    Met Za’Darius back in February and when I shook his hand, I was astounded. Dude has the biggest hands I’ve ever seen.



  9. Nick
    4:55 pm August 12, 2013 Permalink

    #CapitalizeEveryLetter #CapitalizeEveryWord #ClearEyesAllCapsCantLose



  10. thecatsmeow
    5:12 pm August 12, 2013 Permalink

    Does anyone else think that saying players are gaining 2.5 lbs is really not that much to brag about? Every program has guys gain weight, and 2.5 lbs is almost nothing.
    Oh and since I’m posting something negative on here you’ll probably think I’m a card fan, im not. I’m actually just a UK fan who thinks that’s nothing special



  11. Mike
    5:26 pm August 12, 2013 Permalink

    @10, it’s actually an average of 7.25 pounds of good weight per player when you average in fat loss and muscle gain. That’s very impressive, IMO.



  12. Mike
    5:32 pm August 12, 2013 Permalink

    I should add that while it doesn’t seem like a lot, the players maintained any muscle they had while gaining new mass and losing the fat. The players improved their body composition and it will pay dividends in the fourth quarter.



  13. Jen
    6:55 pm August 12, 2013 Permalink

    This is cool and all, but what is it with football people and capitalizing the first letter in every word?



  14. Yo
    6:56 pm August 12, 2013 Permalink

    I Play Football And Love The Caps Lock Button.



  15. Linda Taylor
    7:07 pm August 12, 2013 Permalink

    13 – All the letters are capitalized. The first letter is just in a larger point size. This has nothing to do with “football” people and everything to do with graphic designers.



  16. Wow
    8:39 pm August 12, 2013 Permalink

    Lol, dude on the far right skewed those weight loss/muscle gain averages for sure! Think that’s 4 jelly donuts in his hand.