The King. Where will he go? According to his over 200,000 Twitter fans gained in less than 24 hours- the world will know Thursday at 9 PM. (While you're on the site, feel free to add us on Twitter.) Sources say that none of the teams courting him knew of his hour-long ESPN special until the public found out about it - all of this just to announce what team he'll be joining. A little egotistical, but I guess you can be when you're the next Michael Jordan of basketball... Sources say his two buddies, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, will end up in Miami. I hope James stays, not only am I a little biased growing up 20 minutes south of Cleveland, but also because Cleveland almost has hit a 50-year drought of winning something important. And since the Tribe and the Browns are certainly not on the right path for that to happen anytime soon, the only prayer Cleveland has of not hitting the 50-year mark is LBJ.

Now, I'm not on here to beg him to stay and make a little song and dance like lots of reporters and entire cities have done. He obviously already made the most crucial decision of his career and I'm here to tell you all what it is...

How he trains. Somewhere down the line along with good genetics, James turned himself into the star athlete he is today. But, could he be doing something different or better?

How should LeBron train?

Should he squat? Should he deadlift or bench? How can he restructure his program to perform better than he did in game five and six of the 2010 playoffs against the Celtics? Let us know in the comment section below.

Here's the King's workout from the editors of Men's Health and Fitness.

From the Fitness Editors of Men's Health


Superset 1
1) Pushup

Do as many reps as you can.
2) Pullup

Aim for 10 reps.

Superset 2
1) Dumbbell Snatch

Aim for 5 reps with each arm.
2) Single-Arm
Cable RowDo 10 reps with each arm.


Superset 1
1) Dumbbell Squat

Do eight to 12 reps.
2) Swiss-Ball Hip Raise and Leg Curl

Do 12 reps.

Superset 2
1) Dumbbell Stepup

Do 10 reps with each leg.
2) Single-Leg Standing Dumbbell Calf Raise

Do 12 reps with one leg before repeating with the other leg.


Superset 1
1) Dumbbell Incline-Bench Press

Do 10 reps.
2) Lat Pulldown

Do 10 reps.

Superset 2
1) Single-Arm Dumbbell Shoulder Press

Do six to eight before repeating with the other arm.
2) Single-Arm Neutral Grip Dumbbell Row and Rotation

Do 10 reps on each side.


Superset 1
1) Single-Leg Squat

Aim for five reps per leg.
2) Single-Leg Swiss-Ball Leg Curl

Aim for 10 reps with each leg.

1) Dumbbell Side Lunge

Do 10 reps in each direction.
2) Unstable Jump Rope

Skip rope for 45 seconds on a cushiony surface, such as a stretching mat. The instability will help strengthen your ankles.