Victor Oladipo begins offseason training program

Victor Oladipo, David Alexander, DBC Fitness

The Pacers’ season ended after seven competitive games with the Cleveland Cavaliers. While in the locker room, still in uniform after Game 7, Victor Oladipo was already thinking about offseason workouts.

So after taking it easy for two weeks, which included a 26th birthday party with his twin and a trip with close friends, now it’s on for the team’s breakout star.

Oladipo’s offseason training commenced Monday in Miami. And one of his best attributes is his craving to improve, how he’s not satisfied with being an All-Star or a lock for the NBA’s Most Improved Player award.

Oladipo had a career year in his fifth NBA season. He averaged 21.1 points, 5.2 rebounds, 4.3 assists and 2.4 steals per game; plus, he shot 47.7 percent from the field and 37.1 percent from distance — all career marks.

For the second straight year, he’s working with David Alexander of DBC Fitness. DBC is an acronym for bumbbells, barbells and cables, and they work with individuals to understand their biomechanics and provide a detail analysis and work plan to help an athlete maximize their performance.

Alexander works with many elite athletes, like Dwyane Wade, Von Miller, and Melvin Ingram.

In addition to his trademarked word Feathery, Victor also likes to remind himself to #ExhaustYourPotential and #StayDaCourse.

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