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Tom Grover is a world class sports trainer. But most people have probably never heard his name. Until now. Grover’s book RELENTLESS, recently hit bookshelves nationwide, and inside the super-star trainer spills what makes elite athletes psychological wonderlands. It’s a fascinating odyssey into the elite and few are prepared to be your guide quite like Tim. His first client was Michael Jordan. Today he’s the go to guy for stars like Dwyane Wade and Kobe Bryant. With the NBA Playoffs set to kickoff, it was the perfect time to chat with the man behind the stars.
Here it is, our entire interview with Tim Grover:
Michael Jordan’s failures as an executive and owner 00:30
Kobe Bryant’s Rehabilitation 03:20
Derrick Rose’s Return 05:35
Dwyane Wade’s Injury Status and toning down his Physicality 08:20
LeBron James’ rise to Greatness 11:19
The impact of the 1 and Done rule 15:17
The No Star Nuggets 17:27
Why it hasn’t worked in Lakerland 19:18
How Tim got his start 21:...
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