2. Odell Beckham Jr.
While Beckham gets lots of attention for his antics on the field (and sometimes off the field), the Giants wideout is one of the hardest-working players in football. Beckham is constantly training in the offseason, getting in work with trainer Jamal Liggin and going hard in the gym. Beckham uses Liggin’s famous tennis ball drill, as well as box jumps, dumbbell workouts, back squats, med ball workouts, resistance band drills, footwork drills, and much more in his training routine.
“Odell is ready to work, no matter what the situation is,” Liggin told Men’s Fitness. “One time, he landed in Los Angeles at midnight and called me up to do a workout. We ended up doing an intense session from 2 a.m to 4 a.m. That’s the kind of guy Odell is and how dedicated he is.”
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