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Football Strength and Conditioning - CliftonAve - 07-03-2017 03:06 PM

If you've followed my posts over the years, you will recall that I have been highly critical of our S&C program under CTT. Frequently during games I posted the players were "gassed" and were not mentally or physically prepared, leading to turnovers and stupid mistakes.

If you have been following twitter the past few days, players and coaches have been posting some before and after's from six months when the current staff took over. The results are amazing. One of the ones that stood out to me we a before and after of Hayden Moore. Hayden has dropped a little over 20 pounds. If I am being brutally honest, he looked like he had hit too many keggers and enjoying too much Skyline. Hopefully we will see the dividends on the field this year.

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There are some other great ones out there on twitter. I also like the development of incoming freshman Marquis Smith. Looks like a different guy.


RE: Football Strength and Conditioning - rosewater - 07-03-2017 03:13 PM

(07-03-2017 03:06 PM)CliftonAve Wrote:  If you've followed my posts over the years, you will recall that I have been highly critical of our S&C program under CTT. Frequently during games I posted the players were "gassed" and were not mentally or physically prepared, leading to turnovers and stupid mistakes.

If you have been following twitter the past few days, players and coaches have been posting some before and after's from six months when the current staff took over. The results are amazing. One of the ones that stood out to me we a before and after of Hayden Moore. Hayden has dropped a little over 20 pounds. If I am being brutally honest, he looked like he had hit too many keggers and enjoying too much Skyline. Hopefully we will see the dividends on the field this year.

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There are some other great ones out there on twitter. I also like the development of incoming freshman Marquis Smith. Looks like a different guy.

You are being way to generous, Hayden had a body worse than mine and I am 48 years old. It was crystal clear to many of us that there was something wrong in the strength and conditionaing. The Toledo game comes to mind, when so many twos and threes had to play due to cramping. We also had an inordinate amount of injuries. I remember Marcus as a vocal critique. Thank the good lord, ctt is gone. Marcus is a regular Nostradamus in this post. http://csnbbs.com/thread-706493-page-9.html


RE: Football Strength and Conditioning - rath v2.0 - 07-03-2017 03:21 PM

I noticed that the football twitter account is focusing on S&C as a point of emphasis for recruits.

https://twitter.com/gobearcatsfb?lang=en


RE: Football Strength and Conditioning - crex043 - 07-03-2017 03:38 PM

(07-03-2017 03:06 PM)CliftonAve Wrote:  If you've followed my posts over the years, you will recall that I have been highly critical of our S&C program under CTT. Frequently during games I posted the players were "gassed" and were not mentally or physically prepared, leading to turnovers and stupid mistakes.

If you have been following twitter the past few days, players and coaches have been posting some before and after's from six months when the current staff took over. The results are amazing. One of the ones that stood out to me we a before and after of Hayden Moore. Hayden has dropped a little over 20 pounds. If I am being brutally honest, he looked like he had hit too many keggers and enjoying too much Skyline. Hopefully we will see the dividends on the field this year.

[Image: DD1FZofXoAAEl70.jpg:large]

There are some other great ones out there on twitter. I also like the development of incoming freshman Marquis Smith. Looks like a different guy.

Apparently his preference for compression shorts has changed to microskirts in the past six months as well judging from his most recent picture. 02-13-banana


RE: Football Strength and Conditioning - UCGrad1992 - 07-03-2017 03:43 PM

(07-03-2017 03:38 PM)crex043 Wrote:  
(07-03-2017 03:06 PM)CliftonAve Wrote:  If you've followed my posts over the years, you will recall that I have been highly critical of our S&C program under CTT. Frequently during games I posted the players were "gassed" and were not mentally or physically prepared, leading to turnovers and stupid mistakes.

If you have been following twitter the past few days, players and coaches have been posting some before and after's from six months when the current staff took over. The results are amazing. One of the ones that stood out to me we a before and after of Hayden Moore. Hayden has dropped a little over 20 pounds. If I am being brutally honest, he looked like he had hit too many keggers and enjoying too much Skyline. Hopefully we will see the dividends on the field this year.

[Image: DD1FZofXoAAEl70.jpg:large]

There are some other great ones out there on twitter. I also like the development of incoming freshman Marquis Smith. Looks like a different guy.

Apparently his preference for compression shorts has changed to microskirts in the past six months as well judging from his most recent picture. 02-13-banana

A young Bob Barker in a tutu. Kidding! I'm all in for improved S&C. I think we will find that this is one of many elements of change needed for the program to improve in addition to the obvious - no more Commander-in-Sleep at the helm.


RE: Football Strength and Conditioning - rath v2.0 - 07-03-2017 03:55 PM

Lots of these on CLF's twitter.

Landon Brazille states that three years of college and he finally gets results in these last 6 months. Some of these comments are pretty damning. We all knew how bad it was around this program from the day that old craptastic staff rolled in to town but the photos are pretty amazing.

https://twitter.com/coachfick?lang=en


RE: Football Strength and Conditioning - BearcatJerry - 07-03-2017 04:33 PM

Jeez... He-who-shall-not-be-named didn't "do" player development. He didn't do it.

Why should the physical/ strength and conditioning side of the game be any different?

"Damning"??? Why should this surprise anyone is beyond me. He didn't do player development. I'm sure if a player wanted to, on his own time and on his own dlme, could have hired a trainer and worked on it. But it wasn't ever going to come the "coaching" staff.


RE: Football Strength and Conditioning - bearcatfan - 07-03-2017 04:46 PM

It's pretty clear Tuberville didn't do much of anything. The most he ever got fired up about something was to yell at a fan to go to hell.


RE: Football Strength and Conditioning - The T-Shirt - 07-03-2017 05:17 PM

Here's Mike Boone... one of the more noticeable changes. Which is saying something given how he already looked.

https://twitter.com/_lococinco/status/881994247465029632

No idea how to embed pictures or tweets like you guys.


RE: Football Strength and Conditioning - crex043 - 07-03-2017 06:18 PM

Gotta think this is just as valuable for social media recruiting as anything else.


RE: Football Strength and Conditioning - cpawfan - 07-03-2017 06:26 PM

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Very glad to see this type of attitude from the coaching (S&C) staff.


RE: Football Strength and Conditioning - Bearhawkeye - 07-03-2017 07:27 PM

(07-03-2017 05:17 PM)The T-Shirt Wrote:  Here's Mike Boone... one of the more noticeable changes. Which is saying something given how he already looked.

https://twitter.com/_lococinco/status/881994247465029632

No idea how to embed pictures or tweets like you guys.

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Basic idea to post pics:
1. Find the pic you want on the Internet
2. Right click on it to get a dropdown box
3. Select "Copy image address" in Chrome or something similarly tied to "address" in other browsers
4. Start a new post here and find the picture icon from the row of options starting with B for bold. I see it as the 10th of 16 total icons in the row, holding your cursor over it should say "Insert image". Left click it and it will open a small box that says "Please enter the remote URL of the image you wish to insert."
5. Paste the image address you copied in step 3 into the dialog box, making sure you end up with the correct format (e.g. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DD15FHbWAAEUqCZ.jpg")
6. click on "OK".


RE: Football Strength and Conditioning - UCGrad1992 - 07-03-2017 07:43 PM

(07-03-2017 04:46 PM)bearcatfan Wrote:  It's pretty clear [He Who Shall Not Be Named] didn't do much of anything. The most he ever got fired up about something was to yell at a fan to go to hell.

That and yell at Gunner. Otherwise he was very introspective and cadaver-esque.


RE: Football Strength and Conditioning - UCGrad1992 - 07-03-2017 07:51 PM

(07-03-2017 07:27 PM)Bearhawkeye Wrote:  [Image: DD15FHbWAAEUqCZ.jpg]

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Built like a _hit brickhouse. Anyone know what his weight is now?


RE: Football Strength and Conditioning - panama - 07-03-2017 10:59 PM

Ridiculous considering much like free throws in basketball it's the one part of the game not dependent on being in a money conference.

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RE: Football Strength and Conditioning - ctipton - 07-03-2017 11:48 PM

(07-03-2017 07:51 PM)UCGrad1992 Wrote:  
(07-03-2017 07:27 PM)Bearhawkeye Wrote:  [Image: DD15FHbWAAEUqCZ.jpg]

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Built like a _hit brickhouse. Anyone know what his weight is now?

He said all of the pics are at 205. Those guns are amazing.


RE: Football Strength and Conditioning - UCGrad1992 - 07-04-2017 10:56 AM

(07-03-2017 11:48 PM)ctipton Wrote:  
(07-03-2017 07:51 PM)UCGrad1992 Wrote:  
(07-03-2017 07:27 PM)Bearhawkeye Wrote:  [Image: DD15FHcWAAEuUGl.jpg]

Built like a _hit brickhouse. Anyone know what his weight is now?

He said all of the pics are at 205. Those guns are amazing.

I thought his weight from last year was about 205. Unlike Hayden who lost some weight (fat) while toning to muscle, Mike had no real fat to convert. He added pure muscle mass to his frame to my eyes. I assumed he bulked up a few pounds as a result.


RE: Football Strength and Conditioning - rath v2.0 - 07-04-2017 11:23 AM

These guys are starting to look like mutants. Even guys on the OL.

Looking through CLF's twitter feed, it is incredible how crazy active the program is. Al Washington hosting a BBQ at his house for all the members of the trench mob, 13 community service outings by the team in June to 7 different locations, staff is recruiting non-stop, players up at 5:00 AM to work out in the Thunder Dome....Its like the new staff has figured out a way to add an additional 8 hours to everyone's day.


RE: Football Strength and Conditioning - UCGrad1992 - 07-04-2017 11:46 AM

(07-04-2017 11:23 AM)rath v2.0 Wrote:  These guys are starting to look like mutants. Even guys on the OL.

Looking through CLF's twitter feed, it is incredible how crazy active the program is. Al Washington hosting a BBQ at his house for all the members of the trench mob, 13 community service outings by the team in June to 7 different locations, staff is recruiting non-stop, players up at 5:00 AM to work out in the Thunder Dome....Its like the new staff has figured out a way to add an additional 8 hours to everyone's day.

If this is a dream please pinch me...

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RE: Football Strength and Conditioning - UCGrad1992 - 07-04-2017 11:50 AM

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