The 2013 season is truly a wrap at this point, and for some players, that means it is time to get back to work. Last week, Colin Kaepernick mentioned that he was headed down to Miami on Monday to begin his offseason program. He spent several days in New York City during Super Bowl week, but the 49ers QB said he was not sticking around to watch the game.
Kaepernick is headed to a facility in Miami that was recommended to him by Frank Gore and Anquan Boldin. I'm not completely sure, but there is a good chance it is the facility mentioned in this article. The article discusses Bommarito Performance Systems, which has a main location in the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center in North Miami Beach, and a secondary location in Davie.
Pete Bommarito started his company in 2004, and has a pair of locations in South Florida. The article discusses how BPS helps athletes train in footwork, strength, endurance, power, agility, movement position work and aquatics. Gore apparently first worked with Bommarito when he was preparing for the 2005 NFL Draft.
Kap is expected to be joined by wide receiver Quinton Patton as the two players look to gain further rapport. Kap showed some confidence in the young receiver, and a full offseason together will benefit that confidence. There is no word yet on when Patton will meet up with Kap.
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