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Chad Johnson, fresh out of jail after smacking his attorney in the rear when facing a judge during a probation hearing, really wants back into the NFL. Dude has bills, and needs that check. Since he cannot get a workout with an NFL team, the attention-starved wideout turned to YouTube after seeing what Arizona Cardinals rookie Robert Gill did on a treadmill. Last week, Gill, from a standing start, ran 25 MPH on a treadmill. Fast. Real fast. Ochocinco decided to top that by adding a 2.5% incline at 24 MPH, with a standing start. Impressive, for a 35-year-old. I’m still sore from playing volleyball on Saturday, so I guess I should be really impressed by it. Going to take a guess that NFL team’s won’t be. But hey, Chad got the attention he so craves. H/T SportsGrid
BEST OF MAXIM
WITH AN INCLINE, TOO
Chad Johnson, now a free man, proved he's still got NFL-caliber speed, sprinting on a treadmill that was set at 24 miles per hour.
After a video of Arizona Cardinals rookie Robert Gill running 25 MPH on a treadmill from a standing start went viral last week, Chad Ochocinco Johnson decided he’d do one better. That is why we now have this video of the 35-year old Johnson running 24 mph on a treadmill from a standing start at a 2.5% incline.
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