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Video: 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh works out with Walrus

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San Francisco 49ers head coach, Jim Harbaugh is known to be a very serious football coach. However, it seems this offseason he is going to have a little fun.

The coach was caught on video during a visit to Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, doing push ups with a Walrus.

The Walrus in question is Siku, one of the park's Pacific Walruses. Harbaugh can be seen in the video above demonstrating the proper push-up technique which is then expertly copied by Siku.

Harbaugh has been at the center of rumours this offseason after it emerged that the Cleveland Browns had attempted to trade for the 49ers head coach. It is also believed that the relationship between Harbaugh and San Francisco front office is strained.

However, if Harbaugh can pass on his fitness advice to his football players as well as this Walrus than it looks like the 49ers will be headed to the playoffs once again.

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