Antonio Brown and the Raiders are training hard for the upcoming season.
But AB is taking that practice to another level with his latest workout that involved a Bosu balancing ball, resistance bands and strobe glasses:
I wasn't sure what strobe glasses were either, so I Googled it.
These types of shades possess blinking liquid-crystal lenses that change from a transparent view to a more opaque view and force your visual system to see in difficult conditions, according to an article on the Vision Therapy Calgary website.
The lenses, along with the balancing exercises, have been known to "improve visual span, better peripheral awareness, better visualization technique and dynamic visual activity."
Many patients have said they are able to see the ball moving more slowly which allows them to better catch and react.
So, just picture if this were baseball and Barry Bonds was swinging at a beach ball and that beach ball is moving at a gradual rate.
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Brown is doing this while he's balanced on one leg with resistance bands attached to his wrists.
I know the term "don't try this at home" is used a lot, but please don't try this at home.
The Raiders have one final season at the Coliseum before they move to Las Vegas in 2020, but will Derek Carr still be the starting quarterback when they get to Sin City?
After ranking in the bottom third of the league in total offense last year, Oakland has been quite busy this offseason, acquiring players to help bolster its offensive attack.
The Raiders traded for Antonio Brown and signed fellow wide receiver Tyrell Williams in free agency. They also used a first-round draft pick on running back Josh Jacobs, and signed massive offensive tackle Trent Brown, who just won a Super Bowl protecting Tom Brady for the New England Patriots.
Given all of these additions on the offensive side of the ball, ProFootballTalk's Mike Florio believes this will be a make-or-break season for Carr, and doubts he'll still be a member of the team when they move to Vegas if he disappoints.
"Think of it this way," Florio wrote. "If the chemistry experiment/Frankenstein monster that starts and ends with [Antonio Brown] fails, whose fault will it be? Brown’s? Nope. [Jon] Gruden’s? Nope. [Mike] Mayock’s? Nope. If the Raiders fail to get the most out of Antonio Brown, it will be the fault of the guy who will be under immense pressure to deliver the ball with the same underrated precision that Ben Roethlisberger delivered it for nine years in Pittsburgh.
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"If Derek Carr can step up," Florio continued, "great for him and the Raiders. If he can’t, he’ll quite possibly be the highest-profile member of the organization to not enjoy the freedom from paying state income tax that goes with moving from California to Nevada."
The fact that Gruden and Mayock inherited Carr -- as opposed to drafting him -- seems relevant here. If he can't take a step forward with a significantly improved offense around him, the Raiders might just be debuting a new stadium and a new quarterback a little more than a year from now.
Every professional athlete has their crazy workout that most average humans can't do.
Warriors superstar Steph Curry has this ridiculous dribbling drill that involves tennis balls and strobe glasses.
For new Oakland Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown, his latest drill involves a brick.
Yes, a brick.
With the assistance of a trainer, Brown snatches the brick out of the air and alternates hands. While he's grabbing the brick, he's reaching behind his back with the other hand and slapping his trainer's hand.
Brown posted the same video to his Instagram account but with a different message: "The product is coming September just wait on it..........."
The Raiders open the 2019 regular season at home on Sept. 9 against the Denver Broncos.
This isn't the first crazy workout video Brown has posted this month. Last week, Brown published video of himself catching footballs while wearing strobe glasses and standing on a balancing ball.
Brown also posted a few workout videos on his Instagram stories.
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The Raiders acquired Brown from the Pittsburgh Steelers back in March. It was the first in a series of moves made by Oakland in an attempt to bolster the offense and rebound from a 4-12 campaign in 2018.
Brown looks like he's ready for the start of the season, let alone training camp later this month. September can't get here soon enough.