Andy Murray continued his off-season training intensive this weekend in Miami with Strength and Conditioning coach Jez Green and doubles specialist Ross Hutchins. Here's a rundown:
The day began track work at Tropical Park in 80 degree heat - 12 x 200 metre sprints in under 32 seconds, with just one minute to recover in between.
The day was topped off by an on-court session focusing on movement followed by a light hit.
You know how every group of friends has the "hot one"? I'm thinking Ross fits the bill (though Dani Vallverdu is right there too) - the face, the tan, the ridiculously sexy body (hello abs). No offense Andy, just being honest!
Here's a breakdown of Day 3:
Calorific intake: 5, 800
Track: 12 x 200 metres (32 seconds on, 60 seconds off)
Tennis specific movement work
Tennis: 45 minutes
Sun tanning: Continuous
Today Team Murray hit famous South Beach for a 5 mile run in the sand. If you've ever run in the sand then you know how tough this exercise can be, especially in South Florida heat.
The ran for about 45 mins, made a quick Starbucks stop, then concluded the day with a light hit and some lower body work.
Day 4 breakdown:
Calorific intake: 5,800 calories
Running: 5 miles on South Beach
Tennis: 2 hours, University of Miami
Gym: Lower body weights, 1.5 hrs
Sun tanning: Still working on it...
(images via andymurray.com)