I don’t know how much knowledge of the human body Bryce Harper’s dad, Ron, has. What I do know is that this is a man who fits the bill of one job: College football strength coach.
I mean, for God sakes, look at the man’s arms.
While he was helping his son win the Home Run Derby in front of a home crowd, I was taken aback by the comprehensive lack of neck that the man has that has. I am truly convinced that he could be your football team’s strength coach.
Jesus Christ, Bryce Harper’s dad has got beef bats for forearms pic.twitter.com/EfAdJDi2xt— Brady (@AlBradus) July 17, 2018
You don’t know what your team’s strength coach actually looks like. Who’s to say it isn’t Ron? And more importantly: Who the hell are you to tell him he isn’t literally whatever it is he says he is.
Bryce Harper's dad does 400 hammer curls a day and eats his steak raw pic.twitter.com/Tu4FSBdHow— Jake Holmes (@JakeHolmes570) July 17, 2018
Strength coaches are dudes who smash trophies with sledgehammers as a motivational tool, and light stuff on fire pregame. They are a different breed. An extremely jacked different breed. They make strong beard statements.
And they do absurd shit like lifting monster truck tires at an advanced age.
Bryce Harper<squints>’s dad flipping a giant tire pic.twitter.com/NKpMYAlDod— Danny (@recordsANDradio) February 1, 2018
Ron’s actually an iron worker for his day job, but if there’s a team that needs some motivation in the weight room I’m sure he could deliver it.