iRenew is eager to announce its very first LIVE twitterview with professional basketball player, Rajon Rondo.
We're giving fans the opportunity to ask their own questions, about the things they are most dying to know about Rajon - from his workout and eating habits, to hobbies, pre-game rituals, or love life (for all you ladies wanting to know)??
How can you participate? It's easy!
1. Follow @irenewproducts and @rajonrondo on Twitter.
2. Submit your questions on the iRenew Fanpage, or tweet us your questions with #irenewrondo hashtag before Friday.
3. Mark your calendars for the twitterview this Friday October 14, at 3PM EST
4. Watch @irenewproducts and @rajonrondo to see your questions get answered.
You won't want to miss this!
Taking a cue from Rajon Rondo's Foot Locker commercials alone, Rajon Rondo is all about quickness. This really comes at no surprise though, point guards have always been known for outstanding ball-handling skills and directing the plays. Rondo himself is best known for quick assists, he earned his most assists in the 2009-10 season, he even landed himself a spot among the NBA All-Stars in 2010 and 2011.
Earlier this month, the professional basketball star and iRenew supporter, Rajon Rondo hosted a Facebook chat to promote the new Nike Hyperfuse sneakers for Foot Locker. Much like his character in the commercials, Rondo offered quick answers that went right to the point. Here are a few things we learned from him:
10. Basketball wasn't his first love. Rondo started playing basketball at 8, but before that, he was already playing football at 6.
9. Talented at a young age. He started doing dunks at 14 years old.
8. He's a loyal alum. As a University of Kentucky alumnus, he seems to really enjoy returning to and playing at his alma mater.
7. He's Humble. He believes that humility is a must to becoming a great player. He says this about the freshmen at the University of Kentucky.
6. Strength and Endurance are his motto's. Getting quick is a must for him. So over the summer, he's been doing lots of agility drills and working with a track coach.
5. He's a team player. As for his sick assists? He works on them by making more of them − helping his teammates get the best opportunities to make open shots.
4. He welcomes constructive criticism. In response to a little playful quip from President Obama, Rondo sure has been working on his jump shot.
3. Stay's true to his roots. His key to success? "The Good Lord and hard work," he says.
2. He remembers to relax. Although he was busy, he totally enjoyed the summer off-season.
1. He's totally looking to bring the title home this year.
Faith, humility and hard work is what keeps Rajon staying strong in the game. Adding a dose of these into our own lifestyle would do us good in the way we manage things overall. Where you suprised by any of Rajon's responses?