Guelph native and resident Jake Reinhart is a true Canadian.
Weather doesn’t stop the Toronto Argonauts long snapper from making sure he’s prepared for CFL football in 2021. Reinhart embraced the winter training during the coronavirus pandemic.
Just a video of Jake Reinhart squatting buckets of concrete in the snow topless 🥶
📹 via IG/jakereinhart58 pic.twitter.com/nOECYTVmkJ
— Toronto Argonauts (@TorontoArgos) December 29, 2020
Reinhart is the Argos’ longest-tenured player. He had a 94-game played streak (including playoffs) snapped last season after suffering an injury in the season opener but went on to play 12 games.
The special teams ace has been a model of durability throughout his entire football career having never missed a game through high school, OVFL, OUS, and CFL until week three of 2019.
The former University of Guelph Gryphon originally joined the Argos in 2014 after being signed as a free agent and has added 31 special teams tackles over 102 games.
The 31-year-old Reinhart is under contract through the 2022 season and he’ll be #SnowStrong for kick-off when three-down football returns.