Wow. Those are…pretty nice. Ha!
The term washboard abs is a little played out, but we're pretty sure we could actually do our laundry Blake Griffin's stomach.
If you're able to take your eyes off of his adonis features displayed on the cover of the newest Men's Health, then check out what the guy has to say too. Like others in the NBA have, Blake credits his success to his insane amount of energy, saying:
“Energy is something you can control. In everything you do, you’re going to face people more talented than you. I set myself apart by bringing more energy than they do.”
That energy compliments his generally positive outlook on life. Shortly after being drafted into the NBA he injured his knee and required surgery, followed by 3 months in rehab, as he explained:
"There were days when I didn't feel like going through the same routine. But I learned that if you're positive, any situation can be a chance to improve yourself."
And he did improve himself — the L.A. Clipper jumped over a car to win the NBA's dunking contest and was unanimously voted the league's Rookie of the Year.
He's improving himself off the court too! The 22-year-old spent the duration of the lockout interning (unpaid) for Funny or Die and hopes to do more television, revealing:
"I wanted to see that side of comedy. After my workouts, I'd spend the day at the website offices. I'd like to get involved with TV in some capacity when I'm done playing. Next summer I may even write my own videos."
He's already scored a HIGHlarious role in a Kia commercial, among other funny videos, so we're excited to see what he's going to do next!
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