Adama Traore of Wolfes Says He Doesn’t Train with Weights

The electric Wolves winger has stepped up his game this season and is finally fulfilling his enormous potential.

No longer is he simply an Olympic sprinter running into blind alleys on the wing, he’s now one of the finest wingers in English football.

Against Watford today, the Spaniard couldn’t help prevent Wolves losing 2-1, but his ridiculous dribbling ability was on show once again for all to see.

Out of 19 attempted dribbles, Traore completed 15, the most by any player in Europe’s top five leagues since Karim Bellarabi for Bayer Leverkusen in 2015.

Well played, Adama. The former Barcelona man’s place in the headlines has naturally led to people fawning over his physique.

The 23-year-old is absolutely jacked and is probably the fastest player in world football right now.

And guess what? He’s apparently achieved it all without lifting a weight in the gym.

Speaking to La Sexta, Traore said: “My training? I don’t do weights. It’s hard to believe, but I don’t do weights. It’s genetic. I exercise, but I gain mass very quickly.”

So while the rest of us toil on the chest press in the gym getting nowhere, Traore just builds muscle for fun. It’s not fair, is it?

Someone needs to tell him that you’re meant to put on a few pounds over the festive period!

Traore was handed a new FIFA 20 card in the latest Team of the Week thanks to his magical display against Manchester City, with his base rating shooting up to 83 overall.

And to mirror his immense physical prowess, he has now been given a strength rating of 89, as well as having 99 acceleration and 98 sprint speed.

Imagine how good Traore is going to be on FIFA 21!

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