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Odell Beckham Workout: One-Handed Catches

By Chris Davis

Experience
Intermediate (2-3 years)
Time
26 minutes/day
Good for
Athletic Performance, Gain Strength
Equipment
Medicine Ball, Bodyweight, 1 x Dumbbell
Statistics
Average Cardio Intensity
40%
Average Exertion
60%
Description
Source: www.popworkouts.com


Odell Beckham’s workout shows there’s a lot of work behind his one-handed catches. As a wide receiver for the New York Giants, Odell Beckham Jr. trains his entire body for the NFL season. He uses a lot of drills to work his lower body, especially the the hips and core.

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Day 1 - Full Body

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Odell Beckham also says exercises for his upper body are important. Here, the primary focus is on arms and shoulders. If Odell doesn’t build up enough lower body strength, he’s never going to be in position to make a stellar catch. If he can’t fight off defenders, he’ll never get to where the football is going.

Split Squat Medicine Ball Rotational Throw demonstrationPlay Split Squat Medicine Ball Rotational Throw demonstration
4 sets, 8-12 reps, (rest 60s)
Time between exercises: 60s
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Split Squat demonstrationPlay Split Squat demonstration
4 sets, 8-12 reps, (rest 60s)
Time between exercises: 60s
Tempo: 1/0/X/0
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Half-Kneeling Single Arm Dumbbell Curl to Press demonstrationPlay Half-Kneeling Single Arm Dumbbell Curl to Press demonstration
4 sets, 8-12 reps, (rest 60s)
Time between exercises: 60s
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Date Created: 1/19/2020, UTC


Last Updated: 1/19/2020, UTC

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