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There is more to life than just playing League of Legends, and T1 Oner’s routine is a testament to this fact.

In 2022, Mun “Oner” Hyeon-joon made a name for himself as T1‘s fitness freak when his trainer, Paul Cho, posted photos of him flexing his back muscles.

T1 CEO Joe Marsh also supported Oner’s progress by reposting the photo, saying that he’s getting ready to cosplay his signature champion, Lee Sin.

The T1 jungler further opened up about his first batch of viral gym photos and why he started getting interested in fitness in a post-match press conference.

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T1 Oner reveals why he’s been spending time at the gym to work out

Oner mentioned there were numerous reasons why he began going to the gym. On top of dealing with back pain, the player was motivated by seeing other fit people on social media.

As for the biggest reason, the T1 jungler’s answer was plain and simple. “Ultimately, I get to look good,” he said, according to an Inven Global translation.

Clocking in about a year of working out, Oner is confident that his physical endurance is a lot better than his teammates who don’t work out. He also said that he enjoys shoulder exercises the most.

It also looks like the gym rat’s sessions are also luring in other teammates. In some of his photos, Oner is doing bicep cable curls while a person who looks to be top laner Choi “Zeus” Woo-je is sitting nearby.

Oner isn’t the only T1 player who has a love for fitness. Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok practiced yoga in a Nike video while Lee “Gumayusi” Min-hyeong said in an exclusive interview that he usually jogs for 30 minutes before a match.

Check out the fruits of T1 Oner’s gym sessions here.

If you’d like to see more esports players who also love to work out and hit the gym, here are 7 esports pros with incredible body transformations.

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