The demanding cardio work that is a big part of Buffalo’s offseason conditioning program has had Bills players throwing up at times during workouts. But they know in the long run all the work to build their stamina and endurance now will pay off come the fall.
“It’s a lot of conditioning along with the speed stuff and the high tempo in the weight room, there’s no down time, it’s always going,” said Brad Smith. ”It just gets the most out of you. The workouts are pretty tough.”
For offensive linemen like Kraig Urbik, who was asked to play heavier under the previous regime at around 330 pounds, the demands have shifted to lighter and faster.
“I’m actually dropping a lot of weight. I’m down 10 pounds,” Urbik told Buffalobills.com. ”I’m going to keep doing it from my body standpoint. Running a high tempo offense I’m going to need to be in this kind of shape.”
Tags: Brad Smith, Kraig Urbik, Offseason conditioning program
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