Every year in the NBA, there are hundreds of players on the field of the league, contributing wonderful games to fans all over the world. Among these players, most
Some of them are role players and ordinary stars. There are basically only about 30 players who can be regarded as superstars. Even the core of some teams is not a superstar in the league.
Then why these players can become superstars, let’s take a look today, why superstars are superstars under the same height and weight.
Bennett was a schoolboy next to James.
Bennett is 2.03 meters tall and weighs 116 kilograms. James is also 2.03 meters tall and weighs 114 kilograms.
It can be seen that James, who is only two kilograms lighter, looks one size smaller than Bennett. Why is it more obvious when the difference is only two kilograms?
There are also Bender, who is 2.16 meters tall and weighs 104 kilograms, and David Robinson, who is also 2.16 meters tall and weighs 107 kilograms. Although whites are inherently unable to compare with blacks in terms of muscle structure, they are the same height, with only a difference
In the case of weighing three kilograms, the difference in muscle level is too great.
Let me show you a more obvious one.
How about this contrast?
This is Anthony Walker, who is 2.06 meters tall and weighs 111 kilograms. The one next to him is Karl Malone, who is also 2.06 meters tall and weighs 113 kilograms.
Although the difference in weight is only two kilograms, when the two stand together, Walker is like a chubby man standing next to a muscular man.
There is only one main reason why there is such a big difference in body size between these three ordinary players and three superstars when they are the same height and weight.
Although each person has different proportions of body muscle and fat, bone weight and skeleton size, including the degree of muscle development from birth, but the proportion of fat and the degree of muscle development can be obtained through hard training the day after tomorrow.
Improvement, and the above three superstar players, whether it is James, David Robinson or Karl Malone, are all known for their training efforts in the NBA. This is the biggest gap between superstars and ordinary players.
As we all know, every player wants to enter the NBA league, no matter how talented he is, he needs to put in a lot of hard work, but if he wants to become a superstar in the league and keep his state, the training effort is even more than ordinary people
Imagine, for example, the 6-6-6 training method that Kobe insisted on. In order to improve the shooting touch and shooting stability, Jordan hit 2,000 mid-range shots every day.
Start targeted training according to your own situation, and Ma Long, Ma Long’s entire career, in addition to the necessary relief of physical fatigue during the offseason, he has been with the training ground and the gym.
Among all the top superstars in the league, Ma Long belongs to the bottom of talent, but after the game, he needs to train more strength. The whole is a training madman Ma Long, who has trained a body of steel and iron and a stable shooting touch. This makes Ma Long
With a height of 2.06 meters, in the era when first-class insiders were all over the league, he could rely on physical strength, confrontation and stable shots to overwhelm the insiders.
Overwhelming Barkley, Webber, Kemp and other first-class insiders, he became the best power forward at that time. In the 1996-1997 season, he overwhelmed Michael Jordan, David Robinson, Olajuwon, O’Neal and other superstars, and won
Next season’s regular season MVP.
And Anthony Walker, who was compared with him, was also an All-Star player in the league back then, and was considered by some to be Larry Bird’s successor, but Anthony Walker not only hated physical confrontation on the court, but was obsessed with three-pointers.
Off the court is even more lazy and lacks self-discipline, which makes Anthony Walker not only not the second Larry Bird.
It is because of his overweight body that affected his performance on the court, which prevented him from becoming a league superstar, and he had no choice but to retire after only playing in the league for 12 seasons.
In the league of the NBA, the players themselves are like “sailing against the current, if you don’t advance, you will retreat”. If you don’t work hard, even if you have the top talent in history, you can squander a few years in this fiercely confrontational league, and you will be eliminated sooner or later.
Just like the Harold Miner who was called “Little Jordan” back then, his physical talent was even better than Kobe, but Miner played for the sake of performance not for victory, but for performance on the court.
Miner, in the face of training, also muddled through, which made him eliminated by the league after only five seasons in the league.
In fact, when you see those superstars performing wonderfully on the court, winning a lot of honors, and getting big contracts, you may wish to think about how much effort and sweat they have put in off the court to achieve today’s success
, Even when encountering a colleague’s promotion and salary increase at work, think more about whether it is because you are not as good as the other party in any aspect, because under the same conditions, only those who work hard can go further.
There will be no pies in the sky. Opportunities are always reserved for those who are prepared. Success is also inseparable from hard work.