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Report: Miami Heat Still Holding Intense Strength and Conditioning Workouts 5 Days Per Week
- Updated: April 17, 2020
The Miami Heat are no strangers to rigorous strength and conditioning sessions, and the COVID-19 pandemic has not gotten in way of the team’s pursuit of excellence.
According to a recent report, the Heat are still holding intense workouts via Zoom.
— Andre Fernandez (@FernandezAndreC) April 17, 2020
This isn’t the first time fans have learned that the Heat are carrying out practices this way amidst the current circumstances.
Shortly after in-person activities were halted by the NBA, teams began finding new ways to stay in shape and maintain team cohesiveness.
The Heat may have the very best team leader to make sure that players are maintaining their strength and conditioning. All-Star Jimmy Butler recently indicated that he is staying ready for when the 2019-20 season resumes.
Moreover, the outspoken star also said recently that “I ain’t doing nothing but drinking wine and working out.”
The vaunted Heat culture is something that members of the organization talk about often. The team’s culture is based not only on high fitness standards, but also on expectations to meet and surpass challenges whenever they arrive.
The novel coronavirus has created new challenges that few people could have ever imagined just weeks ago.
Luckily, it looks like the Heat are finding new ways to meet and surpass those challenges as well.
Without a doubt, the team will come out of the pandemic stronger and more unified than ever.