The LeBron James training routine has helped him to develop into the greatest physical talent in the NBA and perhaps the best basketball player in the world.

LeBron James was born December 30,1984, in Akron, Ohio, and showed an early talent for basketball and continued to shine on the court throughout high school. He was the first player picked (by the Cleveland Cavaliers) in the 2003 NBA draft. During the 2003-2004 season, he became the first member of the Cavalier franchise and the youngest player ever (at age 20) to win the NBA Rookie of the Year award. In 2010, in one of the biggest free agent moves ever made, James signed with the Miami Heat to team with Dwayne Wade. Though they lost in the 2010 NBA Finals, the Heat are poised to contend for championships for the foreseeable future thanks to their star acquisition.

Here is a physical conditioning program you can try to become an even more explosive and well rounded athlete.

LeBron's Training Routine

Monday: 1st Superset
Push ups: max reps
Pull ups: 10 reps

2nd Superset
DB Snatch: 5 reps with each arm
Cable Single-Arm Row: 10 reps with each arm

Tuesday: 1st Superset
DB Squat:8-12 reps
Swiss Ball Hamstring Curl: 12 reps

2nd Superset
DB Step up: 10 reps with each leg
DB Calf Raises: 12 reps with each leg

Thursday :1st Superset
DB Incline Bench Press: 10 reps
Lat Pulldown: 10 reps
2nd Superset
DB Single-Arm Overhead Press: 6-8 reps
DB Single-Arm Row: 10 reps with each arm

Friday: 1st Superset
Single-leg Squat: 5 reps with each leg
Single-leg Swiss Ball Leg Curl: 10 reps with each leg

2nd Superset
DB Side Lunge: 10 reps each direction
Unstable Jump Rope: 45 seconds on a soft surface