Tom Brady has another satisfied customer, it seems. Hanley Ramirez reported to Fort Myers, Fla., on Friday for Boston Red Sox spring training, three days before the team’s first official workout. He looked a little slimmer, too, claiming he’s dropped 15 pounds over the offseason. His secret? The “TB12 Method,” of course. The Red Sox first baseman/designated hitter told reporters Friday he has read Brady’s recently-published book, which encourages resistance band usage over traditional weight training and promotes unique diet and lifestyle changes. “Everything he says in the book and the work he does, it makes a lot of sense,” Ramirez said. “I read his book and it’s working for me.” Ramirez admitted he hasn’t followed Brady’s regimen to the letter, but he has incorporated more band training, a practice he says he started at the end of last season.
Hanley Ramirez Explains Why He Adopted Tom Brady’s ‘TB12 Method’ In Offseason
NESN | Feb 16