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No Rest For The Weary

Discussion in 'Official Packers.com News' started by News Bot, Apr 21, 2009.

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    Apr 18, 2009

    An NFL football game has often been described as organized chaos. The Green Bay Packers' weight room in some ways fits that description these days.

    The Packers are in their third week of a nine-week offseason strength and conditioning program, and four days per week the weight room is abuzz with, and a blur of, activity.

    Under new strength and conditioning coordinator Dave Redding, the players are packing an intense workout of weights, flexibility and other core exercises into a 1-hour, 50-minute window during which they're constantly on the go. And seemingly no one is doing the same thing, with the new program Redding and assistant Mark Lovat have designed giving the players the freedom to choose from a variety of lifts at each stage.

    "This is a great group of guys," Redding said. "They've responded very well, they're having a blast, and they're pushing each other."



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