Tom Brady will play until he is 47, says controversial trainer because the NFL legend & # 39; feels so good & # 39;
NFL star quarterback Tom Brady will play until he is 47, his controversial trainer Alex Guerrero said Thursday, adding that it is a & # 39; realistic goal & # 39; was for the New England Patriots player.
Alex Guerrero, during a weekly sports radio program, said that Brady had long expressed a desire to play the game in his forties.
& # 39; It all comes down to commitment & # 39 ;, he continued WEEIis the Greg Hill Show.
Tom Brady & # 39; s trainer Alex Guerrero says that the player (photo) always wanted to play football in his forties during a performance in a sports radio show
Alex Guerrero (left), in a weekly sports radio program, said that six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady (right) has long expressed a desire to play the game in his 40s.
& # 39; Nobody thought you could play at elite level in the late 1930s or early 1940s. We always felt that we could do that. I really wanted to be there to help him reach that goal. I certainly believe that 45 is a very realistic goal & # 39 ;.
Guerrero even adds that he and Brady always talk about it & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Every year he just adds one year. He goes inside and he says: & boys, I feel so good. I think I'm going to 45. & # 39; I have something like & # 39; OK & # 39 ;. Now he is like this: & # 39; Alex, I think I can become 46 or 47 & # 39 ;.
Speculation about the future of 42-year-old Brady is building while the contract of the six-time Super Bowl champion with the Patriots expires next year, allowing him to become a free agent.
At the same show last month, Brady publicly indicated for the first time that he might leave the team, or maybe even his NFL career.
& # 39; One day I wake up and feel that that will be enough. When that day comes, that day comes. I don't know if it will be after this year. I don't know if it will be five years from now, & Brady told WEEI on October 23.
Guerrero, who has not only worked as Brady & # 39; s trainer, has also been described as his spiritual guide, personal guru, and is the co-founder of the TB12 supported by the player, and who has a store location at Gillette Stadium.
It is also claimed that the trainer has Patriot Coach Bill Belichick & # 39; s feathers – a sensitive point for Brady who, when asked about the tension on the same show on August 26, refused to respond and the broadcast abruptly stopped after a was pressed too often.
Despite a fine from the US Federal Trade Commission in 2005 for posing as a doctor on television infomercials and unsupported claims that his TB12 products could cure cancer and AIDS, Brady has held onto the trainer.
Alex Guerrero, Tom Brady's coach, is said to be the bad side of Patriots coach Bill Belichick – a sensitive point for the star quarterback. Brady is pictured with Belichick during a training in September
Guerrero did not comment on WEEI how it was that Brady feels so good for his age.
However, the player has credited Guerrero for his long life in the sport.
The trainer emphasizes weight training in favor of & # 39; flexibility & # 39; – adding muscle flexibility with the help of resistance bands.
"Flexibility is just a way to keep your muscles long and slim and soft, and it allows the joints in your body to move efficiently and correctly without straining your tendons or your structure," Guerrero said Business insider in 2017.
Before Guerrero, Brady explained on his Facebook show in 2018, trainers were just putting his arm on the ice and telling him to stay out of practice when he was injured. But after a series of injuries in 2004 and 2005, Brady began working with Guerrero, who had previously trained Patriots, passing by Willie McGinest, and according to the future Hall of Famer he began to become healthier.
Tom Brady (left) is pictured with Alex Guerrero (center) and TB12 CEO John Burns (right) during the grand opening of a TB12 Performance & Recovery Center in Boston in September
Tom Brady (left) is pictured with trainer Alex Guerrero after beating the New York Jets with a score of 22 to 17 at MetLife Stadium on November 27, 2016 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The now 42-year-old player credits Guerrero for his long life in the sport
Brady explained that Guerrero is primarily focused on pliability, which Brady sees as & # 39; the elongating and soothing muscles to get them back in balance & # 39 ;.
It is also known that Brady says he would like to play until he is 45, which is almost the same as what Guerrero suggested at WEEI.
When asked if Brady would choose a free agency or appear for the training camp for Patriots in July 2020, Guerrero said he did not know.
& # 39; It is not July 2020. I am focused today. I'm just trying to prepare Tom for training today. It's Thursday & # 39 ;, he said in the show.
Brady may indicate that he is ready to end his tenure with the Patriots after he has put his $ 35 million Massachusetts house up for sale and has recently been hunting his home with his wife Gisele Bündchen near Connecticut and New Jersey. seen.
The couple also owns a $ 20 million apartment in the Tribeca section of Manhattan. Brady's fitness and wellness brand TB12 has also searched for a location in New York.
When asked whether Tom Brady would choose a free agency or appear for the training camp for Patriots in July 2020, his trainer Alex Guerrero said he did not know. Guerrero was pictured at the opening of a TB12 Performance & Recovery Center on September 17, 2019 in Boston
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