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Isaiah Briscoe has definitely been hitting the gym

It has been said before that Isaiah Briscoe has been working hard on getting his body ready for this upcoming season. Briscoe posted a picture on his Twitter today that shows the transformations he has made to his body this off-season and the results are crazy. A huge shout out to Kentucky’s strength coach Rob Harris who has clearly been working a lot with Briscoe.

Here is another picture Briscoe tweeted back in early August.

I officially cannot wait to see this guy absolutely tear it up on the court this year. Briscoe is going to be one of the most physically fit players we have ever seen in the Cal era. I’m excited.

 

Article written by Kindsey Bernhard

Lover of dogs, sports and beer. @kindseybernhard

4 Comments for Isaiah Briscoe has definitely been hitting the gym



  1. 3goggles
    10:16 pm September 18, 2015 Permalink

    Bledsoe will always be the most ripped player cal has had and it’s not even close



  2. BBNBIGTIME
    10:31 pm September 18, 2015 Permalink

    “is definitely been hitting”

    Nice.

    You is definitely been studying yer English.



  3. cris
    7:40 am September 19, 2015 Permalink

    Now we know why Rock got the ax



  4. Ransmith
    9:55 am September 19, 2015 Permalink

    He has been busting his butt to get fit, great job.

    However, talk of most ripped, etc of the Cal era? Start in year one of Cal, Eric Bledsoe, was an awfully fit, highly athletic young man while at UK. Then take last year, an easy one, POY, last year at this time, he was in great shape!

    Don’t get me wrong, Briscoe’s efforts, could not wait to watch him play before this, and now he is much better prepared to compete at this level. It should help his speed, plus his ability to take contact and finish.

    Now I will make this statement about the Cal era. This team, from the starters, to the end of the bench, as the whole, should be Cal’s best perimeter team.