Attention: All Andrew Bynum/ Laker Fans……….He’s Back!!!!!

Allow me to formally introduce myself; I am Dr. Sean Zarzana (Dr. Z), Andrew’s personal trainer. I am pleased to report that Andrew has earned a Sunday day of rest after 10 straight days of grueling re-conditioning. He arrived in Atlanta late on the 23rd of July and wasted no time beginning his training the next morning.

Andrew wanted me to share with all of you what the last ten days have looked like from his perspective. It all begins on the track at about 7:30-8:00 a.m. each morning for a serious hour and a half workout. We must begin early because after all,……. this is “Hotlanta” and after 9:30 a.m. one could practically melt! Immediately following extensive work on the track we move on to resistance (weight) training in the weight room for about a one-hour session. Basketball is the last activity for the morning/afternoon session and varies from one to three hours. Later that evening he is again put to the test for one more conditioning activity which usually lasts for about an hour and a half. That only leaves time for healthy eating and much needed sleep. This guy is a serious worker; you almost can’t give him enough.

At lunch on Saturday, Andrew said something that made me realize that he’s back. While eating grilled chicken and green beans he was cradling a basketball as if he were holding an infant in his arms. (Keep in mind, this was in the middle of a fairly busy restaurant). He excitedly yet softly spoke the following words, “Yo Z I can’t wait for this season.” There is a look in his eyes and a confidence in his workouts that should get all in Lakerland really excited.

Check back as we will update his workouts and progress from time to time!

Yours Truly,

Dr. Z!

  • lakers2417

    you’re welcome…i provided the link for your blog

  • Sako

    But lets trade him! Lets trade him! He’s the next Sam Bowie! Ship his ass out! Let’s get Greg Oden! Trade him Mitch! Trade him!

  • Sako

    You guys do know that i’m just imitated some people and being sarcastic.

  • Lakers 24 7

    lol Sako. I know what you mean bro, Blazers fans claim that Greg Oden is better than not only Bynum, but Dwight Howard also. They are getting way too ahead of themselves. The dedication and commitment Andrew has put in just shows that he is on his way to a hall of fame career. NEVER LIGHT THE FUSE ON THE BYNUMITE!

  • Mitch4Pres

    lets gooooooo

  • Sako

    Bynum’s a beast, lots of people here just can’t remember that this guy was a beast before he got injured, and they ignore his hard work and dedication.

  • Ignard

    Lamar Odom- @ the 3 and not the 2

  • Majic “Big” Johnson

    Time to get this ish done!!!!

  • Paul


  • Adamas

    my fellow laker fans, the look on the opponents face when bynum, gasol, odom, bryant, and fisher step on the floor is gonna be priceless. if i had 3 wishes, here is what they will be
    1. kobe wins his 2nd mvp
    2. the lakers break the bull’s record for most wins in a season
    3. the lakers sweep everyone in the playoffs on their way to title and kobe wins finals mvp (i hope they play the celtics and give pierce a REAL injury)

  • VoiceofReason

    LD2K You should make a video of the Redeem Team.I aint talking about team USA either.

  • yellowpurplefever

    Can’t wait Bynum vs. Oden ! Two classic type centers of the future!

  • xtro

    Letttt’sssss goooo!!!

  • fabz24lakers

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    wishful thinking…but i hope we doesnt flake it on us…he’s got alot of weight on his shoulders!!!

  • Adamas

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    yes he does but those are some huge shoulders

  • Corey Bynum

    grow some more inches drew, you are a laker for life, you are going to be better than shaq


    The only way he can be better then shaq is if he continues to work out and have a gym rat mentality. When shaq was young he had that “dunk on you first then ask question later” mentality. He would bang bodies and throw down.

    I always said…because of his young looking face, people are not that intimidated of him. He then needs to really try to brake the rim everytime he dunks. He needs to show whoever didn’t jump to not think about blocking him when he is about to dunk. He needs to stike fear on any defender under the rim. This is what shaq had back in the day. You tried to block, you got postorized. I’m sure this was on any ones mind right before shaq went up for the dunk.