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How an Indiana Basketball Freshman Gained 12 Pounds of Muscle In Under a Month

When an incoming freshman arrives on campus for summer workouts, they can make some amazing gains in a short period of time. Getting into a college...

LeBron James Gets a Workout in for the First Time as a Member of the Lakers

After finally putting pen to paper on Monday and officially signing his four-year, $135 million deal with Los Angeles, LeBron James is officially ...

Josh Jackson Blocked Marvin Bagley Into Oblivion

For most rookies, you hope your "Welcome to the NBA" moment gets pushed back as long as possible. Maybe you get dunked on after the All-Star break...

Watch Saquon Barkley Carry a Heavy Trap Bar Up a Hill Like It's Nothing

LeBron James may possess the ultimate athlete body, but NFL rookie running back Saquon Barkley might be closing in on him at a rapid pace. Saqu...

Houston's Ed Oliver May Be College Football's Most Athletic DT Ever

I don't know how you block Ed Oliver. I'm not sure anyone does. A 6-foot-3, 290-pound rising junior defensive tackle for the University of Houst...

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