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Striking Gold: 49ers Quarterback Colin Kaepernick Trains Long & Hard

There are times when you are the victim of your own success. To be the quarterback of one of the most storied franchises in the NFL and be a play away from a Super Bowl win and a berth in another the past two years makes you a marked man. But this is something that Colin Kaepernick welcomes, being up for the task at hand through intense preparation.

“Even during the season, I work out five days a week,” the young signal caller says. “Monday through Thursday. Saturdays our off day and we go play on Sunday.”

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This what Kaepernick’s workout schedule look like:

*Monday – lower body

*Tuesday – upper body

*Wednesday – biceps, triceps, core (called “gun-showing core day” by Kaepernick)

*Thursday – lower body

*Friday – upper body

As far as cardio goes, the Nevada product concentrates more on position-specific drills. “I do a lot of bungees and chains and resistance drops,” says Kaepernick. “And a lot of ladders. I was even doing some track workouts for a while (during the offseason).”

Although he has had a good amount of success so far, Kaepernick believes that this is merely the tip of the iceberg and he has a lot more to accomplish before it’s all said and done.

“It’s something where I hope to get better every year,” he comments. “I hope I improve (each) year. I hope that I get to play  in many more Super Bowls...and win many. The ultimate goal is to get to as many Super Bowls and to win as many as you can.”

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At this rate, Kaepernick has a good chance to be in the conversation of the great quarterbacks in the franchise’s history, such as Joe Montana and Steve Young.

“I I get mentioned in the same breath as those guys, I’m doing well then.”

Photo by William J. Hauser

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