Actor Will Smith trains with quarterback Tua Tagovailoa
Actor Will Smith brought his ‘Best Shape of My Life’ video series to the Miami Dolphins for a workout with quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and Dave Puloka, head strength and weight trainer. conditioning the NFL team.
With the former Alabama All-American, Smith looked at the training regimen of a professional athlete, whose training is aimed at producing results on the court rather than improving appearance.
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“It was an interesting idea, working for performance more than aesthetics,” Smith said in a video released this week. “It’s a really different concept.
Smith sometimes has to adapt his body to his movie roles. He told Tagovailoa he weighed 183 pounds for “I Am Legend” and 223 pounds for “Ali”.
Tagovailoa weighs 217 pounds.
The quarterback prepares for the final three games of the 2021 regular season as the Dolphins seek a spot in the AFC playoffs.
Miami won six straight wins to tie their record at 7-7. The Dolphins are two games behind the New England Patriots in the AFC East and one game on a wild card.
The Indianapolis Colts, Los Angeles Chargers and Buffalo Bills, who are 8-6, are currently leading the overcrowded race for the conference’s three wild card spots. The AFC has just three teams with record defeats in 2021. The conference has five 8-6 teams, one 7-6-1 team and four 7-7 teams with three weeks to play in the season.
The Dolphins close the season by visiting the New Orleans Saints on Sunday and the Tennessee Titans on January 2 and hosting the New England Patriots on January 9.
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Mark Inabinett is a sports reporter for Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter at @AMarkG1.