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George Kittle continues relentless offseason training ahead of 49ers’ Legendary Revenge Tour

May 24, 2020 at 11:43 AM--


San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle is about as good as anyone can be at his position. That doesn't mean he is complacent with his development. After suffering the biggest defeat of his young career, the All-Pro isn't slowing down. In fact, he looks to be ramping things up as he and his teammates prepare for their Legendary Revenge Tour in 2020.

@OurSF49ers posted a video by Jeremy Holt of AthElite Performance that shows Kittle continuing his "relentless offseason training" and seemingly developing his footwork.


Kittle remains in Nashville and has even put together an elaborate home gym set up in his garage. He ordered all the equipment shortly before much of the nation went on lockdown. It has become the envy of his teammates.

"Oh, it's got the most character to it," Kittle said. "I got the nice rubber floors. We keep it clean. We treat like it's our real gym. It's fun, too. Our whole family gets to use it. We had to put everything together. And mine's 100% used for a gym—other people (such as his teammates) have other things in [their home gyms]."


Holt, in April, posted the following video of Kittle working out. Although, it is unknown exactly when the video took place, given limitations that were in place due to the coronavirus pandemic.


Kittle is coming off back-to-back seasons of 85-or-more receptions for over 1,000 yards and Pro Bowl selections. He was also named a first-team All-Pro following the 2019 season.

Kittle's 1,377 receiving yards in 2018 set a new NFL record for the most by a tight end in a single season.

H/t to Dalton Johnson of NBC Sports Bay Area for the find.





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