Slim, trim Ware ready for season 

October, 13, 2011
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Georgia's Dustin Ware never had a weight problem, but the senior guard altered his diet and aggressively attacked a new fitness regimen in the offseason.

The changes help him trim 13 pounds from his 5-foot-11 frame, and he earned compliments this week from Georgia coach Mark Fox for his extensive offseason work.

"I really just went hard in the weight room," Ware said Tuesday. "Really the main part was changing the way that I ate, cutting out things, giving up some things, adding some extra things like fruit in the diet and stuff like that. It's definitely helped out. I feel a lot better."
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