Ignition has been seeing a lot of Xavier’s 7-foot center lately as he has trusted our trainers to help get him in shape. Frease had to sit on the bench last season during the Muskies’ loss to Kansas State because in his words, “I honestly felt too slow for that game… it was the best thing for the team for me to not be playing.” Frease didn’t want there to even be a chance of that happening again, so with the help of Ignition he has dropped 22 pounds, increased his vertical jump by 4 inches, shed .2 seconds from his 40-yd dash time and .5 seconds from his 20-yd shuttle. A feature story on Frease was published last week at cincinnati.com and printed in the Cincinnati Enquirer this morning. Check out the link below to read more about Kenny Frease’s story!
Originally posted on the Ignition blog