This Video Of Kansas RB DeVonte Wilson Doing Box Jumps With 315 Pounds On His Back Makes JJ Watt Look Like A Lil Bitch
This dude looks to be a solid pickup for the Jayhawks, to put it lightly. The 6’1”, 195-pound Freshman running back’s Instagram account is peppered with INSANE workout videos aimed at making you feel like shit for going to the gym a grand total of twice this entire summer.
The only thing his Instagram account is missing is a video of him aggressively singing Fort Minor’s ‘Remember the Name.’
Take a look at the below video of the 19-year-old box jumping with an astounding 315 POUNDS on his back. I’ve also added some additional videos of him jumping over skyscrapers to give you a little leg day inspiration.
Got 11 plates with 135lbs, 9.5lbs with 225lbs, 6 plates with 315lbs, and 3.5 plates with 405lbs. If you are like me and have been slept on all your life, give them something that they have to wake up for! Don't be someone who is going to accept the cards that life gave you. Give life back the cards because you should know your worth. So show everybody what you have to offer and someone will recognize that you're someone who deserves a chance. @athleticstandard
💥Tag a friend💥 It's crazy how much improvements I have gotten over the course of one summer. In the 100 days that was given to me, 99 of those days were in the gym. My dad was asked "Why don't you get some sleep?" His reply is what set the tempo for my summer. He told the person "I can sleep when I'm dead. Until then, I don't need no sleep." Don't be afraid to give up sleep for results. I happen to do it a lot, but I see were I get it from. My mom and dad are go getters, I had no choice but to refuse letting grass grow under my feet. Which is why I do what I do, and that is grind!
💥Tag a friend💥 Yesterday was a great day for me. I was jumping kinda high, it could of been better. But a PR is a PR. I PR'D 6 times in one day. My old best was 30boxes. Now it's 36 boxes. In this video it starts with 31boxes, and then works it's way up to 36boxes which is a little over 74 inches. It's crazy how you don't notice how much you have improved, until you actually do what use to be hard for you really easy. It only goes up from here and like always, it's grind time! 💯✊😤 @athleticstandard @thacelebritea
Could have been me if I didn’t tear my ACL back in grade school.