How to be an athlete without having to be a bad girl
It’s a cliché, but there’s a time and place for everything.
If you want to get in shape, you need to train for the game.
And if you want that extra push on your career, you’ll need to be in shape for work.
It’s the same reason why sports stars are not allowed to take time off during the summer, nor should they be.
For all that’s going on these days, there are still a handful of athletes who have gone to extremes to stay fit and play their sport.
These are the athletes who deserve our respect.
So, what are the top 10 athletes who should be applauded for their commitment to fitness and health?
Jason Collins, New Orleans PelicansNBA guard Jason Collins has spent the last four seasons working hard to be the best he can be.
He’s put in the hours.
He has taken a medical leave of absence from his current job, he has been taking his own nutrition advice and he is taking a very strict physical therapy regimen to help his body.
Collins is still a huge fan of the Pelicans and has not been afraid to express his opinion on his teammates on Twitter.
He’s also been very outspoken about the importance of keeping an active lifestyle.
He recently tweeted that he is working out at least four times a week, including a week-long marathon on July 7.
While he has not put on much weight, he is definitely not skinny anymore.
And he’s not a guy who is afraid to get physical.
Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City ThunderDurant has been active and active lately, as he’s recently been playing in the NBA’s Summer League, which is where players can get to play for free.
His success has been incredible and he’s earned the right to be able to take his time while training.
He is currently working out twice a week with a trainer named Jason Siskel, and he will be competing in the 2017 Summer League in Las Vegas this July.
Johnathan Franklin, New York KnicksFormer Syracuse guard Johnathan Franks has been an active member of the NBA since 2011.
He began competing in Summer League back in 2013.
Franks is one of the few players in the league who regularly participates in physical activities, which has helped him get in the best shape of his career.
DeMarcus Cousins, Sacramento KingsThis is the third-year point guard who was traded to the Kings after his rookie season.
The Kings have taken a chance on the 6-foot-9 Cousins, who has shown a great amount of promise since his rookie year.
He will have to keep working hard, though, as his team is currently in last place in the Western Conference.
Aaron Brooks, Minnesota TimberwolvesBrooks has spent his entire career in the U.S. National Basketball Association.
He was drafted in the fourth round of the 2010 NBA Draft by the Timberwolves.
Brooks played his first NBA game in 2012, and was named MVP of the 2012 All-Star Game.
Brooks, who was signed to a two-year contract extension in 2016, is currently on a six-game winning streak.
LeBron James, Cleveland CavaliersOne of the most decorated players in NBA history, LeBron James is the greatest of all-time.
He won the NBA championship in 2015.
He also won three NBA MVP awards.
But James has not only won an MVP award, he’s also won two NBA Finals MVP awards as well.
His success has helped the Cavaliers continue to climb to the top of the Eastern Conference.
The team is playing better this season and is riding a nine-game win streak, and James is looking to get even more on the court in the postseason.
Carmelo Anthony, New Jersey NetsThe Knicks were a disappointing 8-16 this past season.
After a few disappointing games, the team came together and made some strides.
New York has a chance to improve upon its last four losses this upcoming postseason.
The Nets will play host to the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday night, and it is a must-win game for the team.
DeAndre Jordan, Los Angeles ClippersWhile he’s still a bit raw as an athlete, DeAndre “The Process” Jordan has made strides in his early years.
The 6-7 guard is one-third of the way through his rookie contract, and his role in the Clippers offense has drastically changed since his arrival in Los Angeles.
Anthony Davis, Los Angles PelicansAnthony Davis was traded from the Memphis Grizzlies to the New Orleans Hornets.
Davis was a top-10 pick in the 2016 NBA Draft.
He started to show promise in his rookie campaign and is looking for more of the same.
Davis is currently averaging 14.4 points, 6.7 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game, and is showing no signs of slowing down.
Kevin Garnett, Boston CelticsGarnett was a second-round pick by