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Video: Tougher workouts at UGA?

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Mandatory Credit: Craig Mitchelldyer-USA TODAY Sports Former number one overall pick Greg Oden is nearing his NBA comeback and according to reports, hes looking impressive as ever. Per ESPNs Marc Stein : Word from multiple witnesses of Greg Odens workouts this week: He looks quite lean & is moving quite well. No wonder so many teams in hunt Oden reportedly is close to deciding on a team, a decision that could come as early as this week. A handful of franchises have expressed interest in the former Ohio State star, including the Miami Heat. However, recently Odens agent suggested that Oden may prefer to play for a rebuilding/small market team to avoid any pressure as he attempts to make his comeback. Because of that multiple teams currently rebuilding like the New Orleans Pelicans and Sacramento Kings have expressed interest in Oden, who recently worked out for both squads. <br>Source:

McKissic earned their trust in fall camp and caught an impressive 103 balls while being moved all over the field at Arkansas State. When the Tigers' fall camp begins in a week, three true freshmen will be competing for a chance to earn a key role in a wide-open race on the outside. And so far, Evans (Fla.) product Tony Stevens has impressed the most in Auburn's offseasons workouts. "I honestly dont know all their names, but the kid with gold teeth (Stevens) that is from Florida with dreads has shocked me so far," Auburn tight end C.J. Uzomah said. "I think he has been doing a lot. <br>Source:

Gadgets can track your sleep, monitor eating habits and help you stay fit

But apparently that is not always the case. Georgia defensive lineman Garrison Smith revels how drastically the summer workouts have changed from his freshman year to his senior season. Smith also talks about who will be the next Adrian Peterson in the Bulldogs backfield. (Hint it is not who you expect.) <br>Source:

Freshman Tony Stevens stands out at wide receiver in Auburn's offseason workouts

Pearl Gabel/New York Daily News Reporter Molly Friedman at a JumpDance class at Jump Life in Tribeca. RELATED: NYC PUTS THE CYCLE ON SPIN AND RINSE It was hard! says an exhausted Joy Lewis, 45, after taking a JumpDance class at the JumpLife studio in SoHo, which opened in October. President Montserrat Markou says her heart-pounding cardio classes burn an average of 500 calories. At Bari, instructors undergo six to eight weeks of trampoline training before teaching. <br>Source:

Trampoline workouts: New Yorkers let the pounds bounce off with new fitness trend

Some of them can also track your sleep quality and calories burned, and even automatically transfer the information to your smartphone or computer. Some of the gadgets can be worn around the clock, such as the Fitbit Flex ($100), which looks like a wristband. It tracks the number of times you wake up during the night, counts the number of calories youve burned and lets you enter what you eat via online and smartphone tools. The Fitbug Orb ($50; available this summer, according to the manufacturer) can be worn several ways, including on a lanyard (included). The Nike+ FuelBand ($149) lets you set fitness goals, monitor your progress and share the information with others via social media outlets. <br>Source:

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