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He's about 6'11", 280 lbs. He has the kind of frame that could somewhat guard Shaquille O'Neal in his prime. And at 23 he's already had enough time on the disabled list to rival most well-traveled veterans. Los Angeles Lakers starting center Andrew Bynum has spent years in the gym to get into shape, then back into shape, then back into shape, then back into shape again in order to handle to rigors of the NBA season.
If someone knows about working out, it's Andrew Bynum. And with his edition of the Celebrity Sweat Exclusive Sports Workout DVD, Bynum takes viewers on a journey through the rigors that keep in shape league with some of the world's finest athletes.
According CelebritySweatBynum.com, the Andrew Bynum installment of the Celebrity Sweat Exclusive Sports Workout DVD claims the following features and benefits:
- Drills by Andrew
- Motivation Techniques
- Skills, Drills and Maintenance
- Chest, Triceps, Abs and More
Order Process: So far, so good. We checked the major complaint sites and at this time, there hasn't been much of an issue regarding any of the Celebrity Sweat DVD ordering processes. We take that to be a good thing.
Product Performance: That makes for a good question. With workout DVDs, so long as they aren't teaching bad technique and offer a semblance of variety then the workout should be okay. We found a little discussion on some of the NBA-themed forums regarding the Bynum workout DVD. The topics were mostly about Bynum's looks, the fact he's had a lot of practice recently and, honestly, not much (at the time of this writing). The forums are linked below:
We also found some sample videos of the Celebrity Sweat DVD - Bynum collection. Take a look and let us know what you think!
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