Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen are the “Fittest” Duo in NBA History!

September 7, 2007

First of all, I apologize ahead of time if you are not an NBA fan. I know this is a fitness site, but I have to point out these unbelievable athletes! These guys have almost no body fat on their bodies whatsoever, and they also happen to be two of the most dominant players in the NBA. I can’t believe these guys are now going to be on the same team…the Boston Celtics.

Watch this Video of Kevin Garnett…OMG!!!! He is Ridiculous!

Even If You Aren’t an NBA fan, You Have to See This Guy!

Kevin Garnett is a freak of nature. He is so ridiculously athletic and ripped it is amazing. Seriously…there isn’t another athlete in any sport that is such an impressive physical specimen. He looks like a whole different species when compared to other players.

Want to See a Jump Shot Prettier than Michael Jordan’s? Then Watch Ray Allen!

Speaking of “pretty” jump shot…Ray Allen also gets voted in the top 10 “sexiest male athletes” lists that come out each year in various magazines. The guy is in incredible shape and seriously has an amazing jump shot. The only reason he doesn’t score as much as Kobe Bryant is that he doesn’t take as many shots.

Again…I’m sorry about the lack of fitness info here. It is just rare to have two of the fittest players in the history of the NBA, play on the same team. If you get a chance to watch a Boston Celtic game this season, you will see what I mean.

Note: I live in Seattle and I wrote this shortly after I heard Ray Allen was traded to the Boston Celtics. I am bummed out that we are losing such a great athlete and outstanding member of our community. Although I am bummed out, I can’t wait to see Kevin Garnett team up with Ray Allen! Oh yeah…Paul Pierce isn’t too bad either…LOL!

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Bobby December 15, 2009 at 1:46 am

Hi rusty
Love the site loads! Thanks for all the info keep em coming.
I have a question:
I’m 19, 6 ft and between 182 – 185 kgs, play bball bout 2x per week on average
My weights routine: full body workout emphasizing functional movements for bball 3x a week and then on
2 days in between I do some upper body bodyweight circuit but pretty short (bout ten minutes) working on chest, shoulders,tricepsnbiceps and back using pushups,horizontal pulls and tricep dips using the principles of static holds,Time Under Tension and then ten to 20 minutes HIIT om treadmillm
I do 2 sets of 12 and 10 reps respectively for most exercises usually incorporating some form of instability by using Bosu or physioball etcm
My question is I want to train for more definition as I’m quite defined already but don’t wanna lose the strength I gained for bball,
How should I go bout this ? And also, I would like more defined lower abs and obliques and I have done 6 minute abs(including renegade rows) for a while now and I want more prominent abs especially obliques ( a bit like Kerry Degman’s), anything else to recommend?
Its a lengthy post I know but any info would be greatly appreciated
Thanks

Sunny May 23, 2010 at 7:58 am

Kevin Garnett does yoga i hear…”since 1995″ man! …this is where he gets a bit of his edge on other basketballers..improvement in flexibility, speed, agility, balance, presence of mind…

Charles Okoh October 9, 2011 at 10:50 pm

The reason why Ray “Jesus Shuttlesworth” Allen jump shot is so pretty is because of how high he elevates when he takes them. He has such a low bodyfat his jumpshot are easy for him since less weight allows one to jump higher.

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