Tim Tebow has taken on a brutal training regimen in hopes of a return to the NFL.
The former football player who was let go by the New England Patriots last year and now works in a football analyst position on SEC, Tebow told KSAZ TV that he’s training hard to win back a position
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Part of that training is playing what Tebow called Danney ball, a game of volleyball played with a 10-pound medicine ball and named for Scottsdale trainer Ian Danney. Tebow has been flying to Arizona for intense training sessions.
“I think one of the greatest things it teaches is just to keep fighting,” Tebow told KSAZ. “Maybe when the chips or down or you’re exhausted, or you feel like you can’t keep going, it teaches you to continue to keep fighting which is great for sports.”
Tebow knows about being persistent, and he said he hasn’t given up on his career.
“One of my favorite quotes is, ‘I don’t know what my future holds, but I know who holds my future,’” he said. “And that it gives you peace to just continue to work and go after what your heart desires and when you do that you don’t have any regrets and I think that’s the best way to live life.”
If he doesn’t make it back into the NFL, there seem to be many open spots in arena football for Tebow, Breitbart said
Gene Simmons, KISS frontman and owner of the Los Angeles KISS arena football team, told Breitbart, “When you think about it, why wouldn't we want somebody who's a family guy, who doesn't use expletives, who doesn't use drugs and booze, so he won't go the way those guys do, doesn't torture dogs, allegedly or otherwise, happens to believe in his God, Christianity — what's the problem? That would be a stellar citizen."
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