The Top 100 Most Jacked NFL Football Players- Part 9
If you are an athlete and want to improve in your sport, you must follow a precise strength training, conditioning, and nutrition program. MP45 is a step-by-step athlete workout program that walks you through exactly what to do to excel as an athlete. This is the type of training and nutrition followed by many of the world's top professional athletes.
#20- Thomas Clayton
Running Back, Seattle Seahawks
5'11, 222 lbs.
Feat of Strength/Workout: 595 lb. squat
#19- Brendan Ayanbadejo
Linebacker, Baltimore Ravens
6'1, 225 lbs.
Feat of Strength/Workout: 369 lb. bench press
#18- Joe Mays
Middle Linebacker, Denver Broncos
5'11, 250 lbs.
#17- Brian Cushing
Inside Linebacker, Houston Texans
6'3, 248 lbs.
Feat of Strength/Workout: 35 reps of 225 lb. bench press
#16- Patrick Willis
Inside Linebacker, San Francisco 49ers
6'1, 240 lbs.
Feat of Strength/Workout: 500 lb. squat, 310 lb. power clean, 38" vertical jump
#15- Jon Beason
Middle Linebacker, Carolina Panthers
6'0, 237 lbs.
#14- Adrian Peterson
Running Back, Minnesota Vikings
6'1, 217 lbs.
Feat of Strength/Workout: 540 lb. squat, 4.4 sec. 40 time, 38.5" vertical jump
#13- Reggie Bush
Running Back, Miami Dolphins
6'0, 203 lbs.
Feat of Strength/Workout: 550 lb. squat, 400 lb. bench press, 40.5" vertical jump
#12- Terrell Owens
Wide Receiver, Free Agent
6'3, 224 lbs.
Feat of Strength/Workout: Eats 8,000-9,000 calories a day during training camp (4,000-6,000 otherwise)
#11- Ernie Sims
Linebacker, Indianapolis Colts
6'0, 230 lbs.
Feat of Strength/Workout: 25 reps of 225 lb. bench press, 41" vertical jump
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