Julian Edelman Is Looking Fast and Ripped in New Training Footage

From men's health
The football season may not start until September, but it looks like Julian Edelman is now ready to go. In a series of new clips from a recent training session, the recipient of the New England Patriots shows his speed and agility - not to mention a slim, tattered shirtless torso - as he does his exercises.
The first two videos show how quick and precise Edelman can be on his feet, while the third shows how he effortlessly catches tennis balls when they bounce off a wall. However, the fourth clip is what amazes the audience: Edelman demonstrates some Jedi-like, lightning-fast reflexes and coordination by catching playing cards in the air one after the other.
The videos were shared on Instagram by performance advisor Zac Emde, who explained to impressed fans in the comments that these card throws were his idea. "If you have an old dog," he joked, "you have to throw in new tricks sometimes."
This is anything but the first glimpse of Edelman fans as he prepares for the 2020 season. In April, he hosted a live training session on Facebook Live with Planet Fitness (one of several top athletes who switched to live streaming fitness coaches during the pandemic). More recently, he posted a shirtless thirst trap in which he wore a face mask during exercise.
The Pats may have lost two of their biggest names to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this year (Tom Brady signed with them in March, followed by his teammate and good buddy Rob Gronkowski in April), but if Edelman's off-season has anything to expect, it is The commitment of the remaining players is beyond doubt.
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