by Stephen Tsai on April 11, 2017
One of the catchiest phrases this conditioning cycle is: Slow feet, don’t eat.
Today’s emphasis was on speed and techniques to go fast. In addition to conditioning drills, each player ran 10 110-yard sprints — each run in under 18 seconds.
Kaimana Padello, Genta Ito and KK Padello
GO WARRIORS !!!
Guud Evening Tsaikos…Bootiful Evening!
Wow…5 years to break ground for a new stadium? What about the current safety concerns?
I might not be around for the new stadium!…or choo choo train for that matter!
This coming season should be really fun to watch with the players in top condition. I like the “slow feet – don’t eat” mantra.
GO WARRIORS! Have a great incoming season!
check-in….. Keep up da werk boys, August be hea soon!!!
I wouldn’t worry about safety at Aloha Stadium … given publicity about risks, any good attorney would win huge bucks if anything happened. I think the Stadium Authority knows that and would not let anyone in the place if risks were real.
There are many sports and football aphorisms that hold both truths and entertainment. For me, the poignant words of then associate head coach, Dave Fagg, are in the “sayings Hall of Fame”:
“no redshirts at the disco….”
Great Morning All!
No wundah I always hungree…
Fast feet fast food
Slow feet slow cooking
Say yes to Noh
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