With NBA training camps set to kick off in less than a month, we're starting to get glimpses of the work some of the league's big name players have been putting in over the off-season. One of those players is Andrew Wiggins, who, entering his third season, is tasked with leading an incredibly young but uber-talented Minnesota Timberwolves squad into playoff contention in the Western Conference.
That's an enormous task, considering how stacked the West has been over the past five years, but Wiggins has been relentless in his preparation, both on the court, and, as seen in the video below, in the gym.
Working out with Toronto-based trainer Seon Holmes, Wiggins can be seen running through a series of exercises that include Med Ball Slams, Hanging Knee Raises, Landmines and Tire Walks, all while wearing a weighted vest. He also partakes in some traditional power lifts, like the Bench Press and Hang Clean, before finishing off his session with Battle Ropes and some ab work.
All that work has Wiggins looking as fit and lean as he had at any point in his career, which should scare opponents to death. With Karl-Anthony Towns, Zach LaVine and Kris Dunn all in the fold, the Baby T-Wolves could be a major dark horse with Wiggins leading the charge.
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