Odell Beckham Jr. shot into the NFL spotlight when he started routinely making ridiculously freakish catches for his NY Giants. His cousin now wants some of that spotlight and he’s got a little freakishness to himself as well. Though he may not haul one-handed catches in like Odell, Terron Beckham sure has been doing such with dumbbells.
At 5-foot-11, and 230lbs., Terron is able to bench press 225 pounds 42 times (the most reps ever by a running back at the NFL Combine is 32), also boasting a 45-inch vertical jump. Talk about a physical specimen, this guy is every combine scout’s dream. But all that means ziltch if it can’t translate to the football field. So the real question is, can he play football?
Only time will tell if he’ll be able to work his way into the NFL spotlight like Odell, but he’ll definitely get his chance. Some things working against him? Spending the past several years working as a trainer and fitness model, Terron hasn’t played football since high school. Second, his chance will come at the National Scouting combine on Feb. 25. That’s a separate event from the televised NFL Combine, one where the country’s top collegian players from major conferences convene to showcase their skills for multiple days for a shot at the actual combine we’ve come to know.
405 for 5×5?tag a friend who wants help with a good bench strength set? – – So here is my last set of a 5×5 .. I am at the point around 3-4 reps where my muscle is just drained and I can no longer complete a full rep by myself. So instead of racking it, my spotter comes in and assist me as I do a negative rep instead. – – A negative rep is when you focus on the eccentric phase of the movement, trying to move it as slow and in control as possible. @test_football @kd_elite_sports @innerarmour A video posted by Terron F.Beckham ♌️ (@fbaftermath) on
?Tag a friend that can move weight? Strength days at @test_football high pulls for me with 415lbs(6 45’s 4 25,s +bar(45lb) for 5 reps could be cleaned up a bit more but I was ok with doing it at 390 so I decided to see how well I could handle 415. Fueled by @innerarmour @umoro Strength & performance programs $20 (link in bio) 12 weeks 7days a week
Footwork, coordination, @zoid_fitness will get you right .. Enough said… Use code “FBA1” for a discount with your purchase A video posted by Terron F.Beckham ♌️ (@fbaftermath) on
?tag a friend and follow for more? 225lb box jump for reps (I would suggest not to attempt, please safety first) – – Those wreck less moments when you just feel incredible and would try anything, yea that is this moment. I started doing weighted box jumps along time ago, and even though I don’t do them as extreme anymore, they let me kne what I am capable of. Doing them with dumbbell are much safer so please if so use Dumbbells and not a barbell.
No one is sue yet if this guy has the knack to develop himself into an NFL player, but if you’re looking at miserables, there may be nobody better.