LeBron James is already back in the gym after Finals win, and has a new workout partner

The Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James didn't take a long break after winning the NBA final. Less than a week after beating the Miami Heat in Game 6, James was back at the gym.
James, 35, even showed off his new training partner, daughter Zhuri.
James posted four videos of his training on Instagram. The headline in the first video was: "Let's Z Work!" You can see Zhuri in the left corner of this video. In the second video she enters the picture with some dumbbells and in the third video she participates in her father's training. While Zhuri does bicep curls while standing, James does them while kneeling on an exercise ball.
LeBron James is still hungry after winning the fourth ring
It should come as no surprise that James is still hungry after winning his fourth championship. After the Lakers win, James told the world he wanted his "respect". He also found a way to motivate himself in victory.
It's also no surprise that James looks up to Michael Jordan. Days after James won it all, he sat down and watched "The Last Dance" again and called it "Do My Homework". James clearly wants to keep winning titles so he can reach or exceed Jordan's Six Rings.
After winning his fourth championship, it doesn't seem impossible now. As long as James works hard and keeps track, he has a chance to catch his idol.
Friday's training video shows that James is still motivated to get there.
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