WATCH: Dodgers' Mookie Betts teams up with fitness influencer Bradley Martyn for workout session

Mookie Betts teams up with fitness influencer Bradley Martyn
Mookie Betts teams up with fitness influencer Bradley Martyn

Dodgers' versatile slugger and defensive might, Mookie Betts, is a man of many talents. He doesn't have an off switch, whether on or off the field and always keeps himself busy with various activities.

Besides smashing home runs and making electrifying stops on the field, Mookie is highly active on social media and frequently shares vlogs about his life off the field. In his latest vlog, he was seen obsessively working out with YouTuber and fitness sensation Bradley Martyn, who hails from California.

Take a look at an excerpt from the Mookie Betts vlog here:

In the video, Betts can be seen grinding it out with Martyn inside a workout facility. He also converses with Martyn in between his workout sets to glean valuable lessons from the YouTuber.

Mookie Betts has started the season on fire, averaging .382 with six home runs, a whopping 22 RBIs, and an OPS of 1.130. He has been phenomenal so far this season, showcasing impressive discipline at the plate while generating some important hits for the Dodgers.

Mookie, along with Shohei Ohtani and Freddie Freeman, has been leading the charts on the offensive end, while the rest of the Dodgers lineup has also started to click well for the team.

LA has won their last five games and has generated a whopping 48 hits in their last three games, scoring a total of 25 runs in the process.

Mookie Betts has been highly influential for the Dodgers since making his move to shortstop position

Mookie Betts is a versatile ballplayer, and his exceptional credibility on the field speaks volumes.

During spring training, manager Dave Roberts pushed for a searing change in the infield when he announced that Mookie would be playing as a shortstop, while the then-struggling Gavin Lux, would move to second base.

Well, this brilliant move has worked its magic for the Dodgers, as Mookie has produced an MVP-caliber season so far, helping LA lead the NL West standings with a 17-11 record.

Betts, who was originally an outfielder, has adapted to playing in the infield, shifting to second base in the latter half of the previous year when the LA Dodgers' roster fell short of infielders due to many players sustaining injuries.

Should Mookie Betts continue his searing start to the campaign towards the end of the season, there would be no stopping him or LA from making an effective title charge during the 2024 postseason.

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