The former basketball player who made headlines last month for getting kicked off a Delta Airlines flight is sober and shaping up by working out.
The former basketball player made headlines last month for getting kicked off a Delta Airlines flight. His personal trainer, Oneil Pryce told Us Weekly the athlete's is sober and shaping up by working out.
"From what I know he's not drinking, because right now he is focused and that is the state I have him in right now," Oneil Pryce, owner and founder of Real Deal Fitness gym, said, adding, "I have been letting him know that this is going to be a rough road, a hard road. And one thing he has to do is make sure that the partying, the drinking, all of that stuff, is going to be tough on his body. So right now, he has been drinking his water, staying low key and pretty much staying out of sight of everybody else, all of the negative stuff."
Pryce also revealed he is a family friend and offered to train odom. "I reached out to him and we have been friends for a whole long time," he says. "He really wants to get his life back together. He's really trying hard and that is what we are working on right now keeping his mental state high."
"I have to go really, really easy with him and build his strength back up. He might look physically fit on the outside, but on the inside, you have to understand, his liver has been through a lot, his kidney has been through a lot, and his heart has been through a lot," Pryce said.
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Recall that Odom was hospitalized for several months after overdosing in a Nevada brothel in October 2015.