As part of their regular offseason workout, LeBron James and his teammates will hit the gym for a few hours each day, a team source tells ESPN.
The workout involves working out on the court and on a computer, but also during a private workout.
LeBron James, the Cavaliers’ star guard, is in the midst of a regular offseason training regimen to help him improve his physical condition.
“It’s really important that LeBron is able to maintain his form and get stronger,” the source says.
“If he’s not, it could put a strain on his health.
The more he can do the better he’ll be.”
LeBron James, right, and his team of teammates, including Kyrie Irving, LeBron’s son, will hit gym on a daily basis during the offseason.
During the offseason, James’ teammates will be getting a workout together, as well.
They’ll be doing strength and conditioning, stretching, stretching and more stretching.
James’ team also has a full-court basketball game scheduled for Thursday, but they will have a private session on Friday.
LeBron’s players, many of whom have been on the field together throughout the season, will also have their workouts filmed.
James says they want the footage to make a positive change for their bodies and improve their mental state.
They’ll be spending more time on the basketball court and more time in the gym, so they’ll be able to get better at that.
In addition to working out together, LeBron is also expected to attend a basketball clinic on Thursday and Friday, according to the source.
He will also participate in a physical fitness test on Saturday.
James’ teammates say he’s going to be able use the workout to help them improve his mental state and improve his body.
After he gets back to Cleveland, James will visit the Cavaliers facility for a private practice on Sunday, according the source, who adds that the workout is expected to last up to six hours.
James’ workout is also part of the Cavs’ offseason program, which begins in mid-May and includes offseason workouts and individual workouts.
The Cavs are also preparing to host NBA free agency, which starts in late June.