State of the art weight training

I’m sorry, but this made me laugh.

Wynn has gained 20 pounds since the offseason began, which included a lot of eating early on. To help add the mass, Wynn was given the green light to eat plenty of sweets, including the decadent items offered at Krispy Kreme and Zombie Coffee and Donuts. At Zombie, Wynn said his go-to was an Oreo donut, with the cookie crumbles stuck to the frosting.

All the money spent on S&C, on dietitians, and when in doubt, the go-to winds up being junk food.  I wonder if I can use that as an excuse the next time my wife tells me I’m putting on weight.

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20 responses to “State of the art weight training

  1. Bourbon Dawgwalker

    That dietitian needs to be run out of town. There are much better ways to put on weight than to stuff your face full of donuts.

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    • Uglydawg

      Key Lime Pie is a healthy alternative. Just one a day..the whole pie that is.

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    • Mayor

      Agree Bourbon.

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    • Jim Chaney

      What are you guys talking about? Donuts are health food. The best kind are the chocolate covered ones with creme filling. I ought to know, I’ve been eating them for years and those donuts haven’t done anything bad to me. I’m in the best shape of my life. That’s why I assumed the role of team dietician. I want my players on offense to be BIG!!

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  2. Just tell her you’re cultivating mass, Senator.

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  3. merk

    That just seems like a terrible way to add weight, but whatever, it will just be an excuse in the season when the players cant make it through a whole game because they added 20-30 lbs of just fat.

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  4. Dawgflan

    Shameful.

    No problem if it was eating a ton of cheese and eggs for breakfast, or steak and sweet potatoes right before bed, but sugar does nothing for an athlete.

    Just read the ESPN article about PB&J in the NBA, and in there it detailed how sugar basically derailed Dwight Howard’s career.

    If this is a certified nutritionist giving the advice, it borders on malpractice.

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  5. Russ

    Can you imagine the outcry if it had been the “untrained” Treshinkski telling him that?

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  6. BCDawg97

    I agree with everyone that sweets are not the way to gain weight.

    However, when in Athens, if you get a chance, go to Zombie Donuts. OMG, smack yo mammy good. Fresh, hot. Holy lord…

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  7. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    The hue and cry surprises me. I am sure they are the only things he is eating, and if he is working out enough and his blood sugar is normal, I don’t see anything wrong with a donut here and there. Calories be calories, and if he wasn’t eating enough to gain the desired weight, this is a way to go, and if he’s working out properly it’s not just fat.

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  8. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    NOT the only things he is eating

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  9. Jt (the other one)

    “I’m training baby!”

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  10. PaloAltoDawg

    Why are we spending hundreds of thousands on hyperbaric recovery chambers and monitoring the players intensively via little IoT devices and otherwise employing cutting edge stuff to improve recovery and performance – and yet are 20-30+ years behind when it comes to nutrition?

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  11. AusDawg85

    HOW STUPID!!!! We all know beer is the far better way to go.

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  12. Skeeter

    That damned McGarity!!!

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  13. Will (The Other One)

    They’ve been using Dr. Nick’s Food Pyramid again, haven’t they?

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  14. Type 2 is not the way to gain weight. Sad read.

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