Julius Randle transforming body during the offseason

There’s working out for that beach bod, and then there’s what Julius Randle has done.

The former Kentucky All-American and current Los Angeles Lakers forward has been hitting the gym hard over the offseason and, though it’s only been three weeks, his body transformation is striking.

Working out with Amoila Jamil Cesar, Randle looks like a whole new person. The scary thing is that Randle was already an athletic beast prior to these workouts and this body transformation.

After breaking his leg just 14 minutes into his rookie season in 2014, Randle enjoyed a strong year this past season, his second full season in the association. The 6-foot-9 power forward averaged 13.2 points, 8.6 rebounds and 3.6 assists per game in 2017 and had 18 double-doubles and three triple-doubles. Randle’s three triple-doubles tied him for the seventh most in the NBA and he joined Magic Johnson as the only players in Lakers history to record multiple triple-doubles prior to turning 22 years old.

At Kentucky, Randle helped lead the Wildcats to the national championship game and had 24 double-doubles, the second most in a single season in school history.