The Cowboys 27 year old Outside Linebacker DeMarcus Ware has added martial arts and Pilates to his training mix. This new Mind Body Core Exercises regime adds rack and pinion steering to the most dynamic defender in the NFL. Now he can bring his strength out of the gym, onto the field and deliver it.
“It’s not about how strong you can get when you’re already strong,” he says. It’s “It’s how you can maintain it, how you can keep it stable, meaning with your core, and really utilize it.” “As strong as I was I had a weak core.”
Now it’s about maintaining and developing that functional strength around a strong core. “When I was younger I’d do more 400, 500 pounds, put all the weight on the bar,” Ware said.
“I think that was tearing my body up. Now, it’s more mental stuff, like martial arts, Pilates, a lot more running and stretching because I have got the strength. Now, it’s how can you maintain that strength and keep your longevity.”
Ware, the best pass-rusher in the NFL, a strong core and the attention of every Quarterback he faces. They always look for No. 94 before every snap realizing that at any given time he could show them a Pilates enhanced Mind Body move that they will never forget.
A guy who had been to the Pro Bowl the last four seasons, considered the best pass rusher in the NFL and one of the best all-around linebackers in the game, had a weak core. “It teaches your body muscle memory,” Ware said.
Ware thinks the extra Mind Body work also can help keep his body fresh during a 17-week season and increase longevity as he approaches his 30s.
Now with his new mindful core exercise program, No. 94 expects to be more disruptive than he ever was.
He will be using his rack and pinion Pilates enhanced core to steer his 265 lbs of agile strength to drive QB’s to the mat and to help his team get to the Super Bowl.
All NFL Quarterbacks had better B-Ware of a Martial Arts / Pilates enhanced D-Ware and the The Cowboys this season.. They are going to be GOOD.