Why Does Noah Syndergaard Eat Raw Animal Products for Breakfast?

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By Tanner Garrity At the start of spring training, it seemed like New York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard was ready to pitch 200 innings this year. The man they call “Thor” underwent Tommy John surgery in March 2020, then spent the next 12 months in high-tech recovery; he cobbled together a cold plunge pool, infrared sauna and hyperbaric chamber, started practicing blood-flown restriction training, and even had visions of building a float tank. They’re the sort of amenities that have become ubiquitous in professional locker rooms across America — which athletes lost access to during the peak of…

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