Kendall Coyne Schofield is one of the fastest skaters in hockey and has shown off her wheels at the NHL All-Star Game.

Apparently, she can also squat her husband, who happens to be an NFL offensive lineman. Coyne Schofield, a Chicagoland native who stars on the U.S. national team, tweeted out a video of her and husband Michael Schofield, a guard for the Los Angeles Chargers, doing squats using each other as added weight.


First, she jumps on Schofield’s back and he does five squats. Nothing abnormal about a 6-foot-6 lineman being able to squat his 5-foot-2 wife.

Then the roles are reversed and Coyne Schofield does four squats with her husband on her back. He’s listed at 301 pounds on NFL.com so this is no small feat. Beyond the weight she has to lift, the schematics are wild given the height difference. It looks like his toes touch the ground one time when she reaches the bottom of the squat.

That’s one way to spend time together as a couple during quarantine.

The couple both attended Sandburg High School in suburban Orland Park.

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