Aside from having stamina-boosting consumables up for sale, which heavily improves one's ability to score and play defense, the Gatorade gym allows players to complete their weekly workouts and earn a Turbo Boost that adds an extra section to their stamina meter. Here are the best drills to do for your weekly Gatorade Training Facility workout in NBA 2K23 MyCareer on Current Gen and Next Gen.
NBA 2K23 Best Gatorade Workout: Current and Next Gen
Thankfully, on both the Current Gen and Next Gen versions of NBA 2K23, the Gatorade Training Facility workouts are exactly the same once again.
Here are the easiest drills to do to at least get +3 in all five categories and secure the weekly Turbo Boost:
- Acceleration: Agility Ladder
- Speed: Treadmill
- Stamina: Medicine Ball
- Strength: Dumbbells
- Vertical: Box Jump or Leg Press
For Acceleration, the Agility Ladder is the easiest of the two in my opinion as you just have to promptly press one of the four buttons. Unlike last year, it takes your best attempt of two, so once you get three or four stars, you're good to go.
The Treadmill is personally my toughest drill to consistently do as my fingers sometimes lock up after spamming the triggers, but ultimately it's the lesser of the two evils.
With Stamina, the Medicine Ball workout has always been my go-to pick. It might be tricky to get the timing down at first, but once you get it it's consistently easy to do.
In the Strength category, the Dumbbells drill is the easiest to do in the entire Gatorade gym. Simply spam the A/X button then hit the triggers when they pop up. The timing window is very forgiving.
Lastly, I prefer to do the Box Jump as I find it more consistent than the Leg Press.
If you're ever about to finish any of the drills below three or four stars, feel free to close the game's app as it won't save the result. If not, you'll have to wait until next week to try to get the Turbo Boost.
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