Pablo Sandoval is under much scrutiny due to his “weight problem,” but let’s remember the camera adds about 200 pounds. Contrary to popular belief, Sandoval is very fit, and he attributes his exceptional health to his new workout routine.
With utter disregard for copyright laws, Pablo Sandoval’s recently released T1 Fathlete routine is a carbon copy of the ‘T25’ routine by Shaun T, which is a set of 25-minute workouts.
To create his DVD set Sandoval used a video-editing program, and copied the first minute of each T25 workout. Sandoval claims the one-minute workouts, paired with his daily 9,781 calorie diet, are the keys to becoming a superior “fathlete.”
When asked about his fat belly, Sandoval replied, “That’s not fat. That’s my 24-pack.”
Sandoval then went into his duffel bag and tried selling his DVD set to media members. They politely declined, as the DVDs were covered in ketchup and cheese that must have fallen off from the 157 cheeseburgers he had stuffed in there.
Scientifically proven by Ted Wells and Roger Goodell, Sandoval’s routine guarantees a four-layered six-pack within a year.
Sandoval suggests that newcomers to T1 Fathlete only exercise for ten seconds a day for the first 90 days, so that they can get used to the rigorous one-minute workouts.