What is Angel Reese’s WNBA workout routine: How does the talented youngster prepare?

Reese was one of the NCAA’s standout players before declaring for the WNBA Draft

What is Angel Reese's WNBA workout routine: How does the talented youngster prepare?

Angel Reese lit up the NCAA during her time with the LSU Tigers, winning a Women’s Division I national championship, and now she’s headed to the WNBA to compete at the top level of her chosen sport, but how does she prepare for the professional game?

Reese was a late declaration for the Draft on Monday, April 15, only announcing her participation one day before the deadline but in the end she punched her ticket to the pro scene and will leave behind a glowing collegiate career.

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And the 21-year-old will prepare her body for the next level by hiring Jimmy Price, who runs a company called ShotReadyElite in Baltimore, to train according to the Baltimore Sun as she is anticipated to be the seventh or eighth overall pick

She even impressed her new trainer, who also has a career in basketball and has worked with the family for 20 years, as Price said, “She is a fierce competitor. She’s always been like that. Dawg been in her since she was born. This is nothing new.”

The pair took to a purple and yellow gym, the colors of LSU, 1000 miles away from where the pair grew up and the training was a brief hour and half adventure as they worked on her mid-post and face-up game, according to the Baltimore Sun, whilst they also trained her pull-up jump shots and her one dribbles.

They’re also working on switching her shooting hand to offer her greater versatility and to make her a better asset overall and they have started this process from scratch, with her seating in a chair and rising to make the shot so that her fundamentals remain solid.

Price tips her for good things

Reese starred in the LSU, being the premier points scorer on the team and leading the women’s game in the NCAA in terms of rebounds, which Price attributes to her possessing a good sprint in her jump.

He also tips her to do better than many people expect, which he attributes to her being played out of position throughout her time with the LSU and he expects her to be put in her natural, correct place in the WNBA.

“She’s going to be a stretch-four in the league,” Price predicted. “She’s been playing out of position the last few years. Now, the fans will see her total game.”

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