Dolphins Center Mike Pouncey's Off-Season Training Includes Pushing a Monster Truck

Dolphins center Mike Pouncey is back pushing heavy things as he rehabs from hip surgery.

Mike Pouncey Pushing Monster Truck

Just three months following surgery, Dolphins center Mike Pouncey is already moving monster trucks.

This off-season, the three-time Pro Bowler has been working out with Florida-based trainer Ante Kolovrat as he rehabs from a bone-shaving procedure on his right hip. Such surgery is normally performed to flatten edges on the bone, which can painfully rub against soft tissue and cause damage. It looks like Pouncey is feeling pretty great, as one of his recent workouts included pushing around a massive Denali pick-up truck:

The 6-foot-5, 305-pound Pouncey has an awesome blend of power and explosiveness, which allows him to routinely manhandle mammoth defensive tackles. He was once the focus of an ESPN SportsScience feature in which it was discovered he run blocks with an astonishing 1,349 pounds of force:

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