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J.J. Watt’s success on the field is due not only to his athleticism, but also to his high-level intensity. ESPN decided to find out how the defensive end keeps himself psyched up throughout a full week of workouts followed by four quarters of NFL football, and the answer will surprise you.

By Extra Mustard
October 21, 2015

J.J. Watt’s success on the field is due not only to his athleticism, but also his high-level intensity. ESPN decided to find out how the defensive end keeps himself psyched up throughout a full week of workouts followed by four quarters of NFL football, and the answer will surprise you.

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The Texans’ star runs through a greatest hits of Chris Farley and Will Ferrell while getting in some calisthenics, and throws in a decent Christopher Walken impersonation for good measure.

Watt’s comedic stylings are nothing new, as the two-time Defensive Player of the Year has previously guest starred on New Girl and The League, and showed off his Arnold Schwarzenegger impersonation with the Terminator himself.

[The Buzzer]

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