PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The coronavirus outbreak is leading people globally to self-quarantine and has forced those who exercise to find alternative and creative ways to do it. But it’s also been the approach to assist Steelers fourth year running-back James Conner in completing his workout.
And he’s doing it in a unique way.READ MORE: 2 Charged In Gunfire During Racial Justice March
On Thursday, a video posted to Mike Conner Jr.’s Instagram page showed the 2018 Pro Bowler heaving wood logs from a squat position up and over top of himself increase strength and workout.
James Conner ain’t just gonna stop WORKIN’ 😤 @JamesConner_
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— Overtime (@overtime) March 20, 2020
The video was picked up by Overtime, a highlight sharing Twitter account, and they re-posted the outstanding effort by Conner.
In 2019, Conner collected 464 rushing yards while crossing the pylon 7 times for the Black and Gold.MORE NEWS: Pittsburgh Police Safely Locate Previously Missing Teen Siobhan Barnett
With free agency underway, next up for the offseason is the NFL Draft set for April 23-25 in Las Vegas, Nevada.