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Could be worth 2-3 more wins this season.

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I'm loving the reports that keep coming in on the strength and conditioning program. :gorave:

 

 

 

Improving the Ravens' training program has received heightened attention in recent years. Since March 2014, the Ravens had 69 instances of any player being placed on an injured reserve of some sort, which are tied for second-most in the NFL with the Giants. Over the past three seasons, Baltimore is 6-8 in regular-season games played in December and January, which is tied for the ninth-worst mark in the league.

What sets apart Saunders' workout program is it's tailored to football. There are high-intensity drills in which you give 100 percent effort for a burst, get 30 seconds to rest and and then do it all over again. It's getting the players' body adapted to the flow of a football game..."I can guarantee you this: We will be the strongest, most in-shape Ravens team that this team has ever had," Weddle said....http://www.espn.com/blog/baltimore-ravens/post/_/id/35452/eric-weddles-this-will-be-the-strongest-most-in-shape-ravens-team-ever

 

This may get the team the 2-3 more wins they need.

The game is won at the line of scrimmage and in the 4th quarter.

How many 4th quarter meltdowns did we see?

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I'm loving the reports that keep coming in on the strength and conditioning program. :gorave:

 

 

This may get the team the 2-3 more wins they need.

The game is won at the line of scrimmage and in the 4th quarter.

How many 4th quarter meltdowns did we see?

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So with all the injuries what is going on with conditioning?

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So with all the injuries what is going on with conditioning?

 

It's a total failure. Like everything they do.

Clearly the Ravens can't do one thing right.

Why even yesterday, the elderly gentleman, who parks Bisciotti's car, ..well...his bowels broke loose in it.

Even Harbaugh's wife burnt the meat loaf.

It's ridiculous the news that comes out of that place every day.

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There are 2 tests to see how well this new conditioning program works.

1. Are the Ravens strong and fast in the 4th quarter and their opponents wearing down?

2. Are the Ravens in better shape and playing at a higher level than their opponents in December when teams wear down?

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There are 2 tests to see how well this new conditioning program works.

1. Are the Ravens strong and fast in the 4th quarter and their opponents wearing down?

2. Are the Ravens in better shape and playing at a higher level than their opponents in December when teams wear down?

Wear down in Dec like they did last yr? We are down in the 4th like in Pit on x-mas day?

 

Isn't there an aspect about being conditioned so you limit injuries?

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You can condition amd strength train all you want but there are only so many injuries it can limit, not prevent.

 

Hamstring injuries cam be limited, but can still happen especially if over done.

 

Knees, nope, no matter what anyone says, you can't do much about thoae injuries.

 

Feet, fingers, toes, nope, only make them more susceptible.

 

Dislocations? Yes, you can limit them, but then, if you are prone to them, you are out of luck.

 

Back injuries? To some extent yes, strong core and back muscles help protect the spine, but a disc will go whwn it is time to go...

 

The biggest impact from the proper training is in, as Max said, late in games, late in the season.

 

Minor injury recovery as well, stronger tendons & ligaments but they too can be over worn.

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Conditioning is fine for seasons end, but what about beginning of the season? As I recall we started out 3-0, the proceeded to go 0 for October losing to slappies like the Skids and Jets and Oakland.

 

Pops brought up Christmas day game ughhhh. That game was lost end of 3rd quarter and the begining of the 4th when we put 2 field goals up in a span of two minutes, somehow someway we needed a 7 spot on one of those drives.

 

Don't know how conditioning could of prevented Pitts final drive. They drove at will with a minute to go.

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Conditioning is obviously essential but is really the red herring to rediscovering our winning culture here. No questioning the need for a smart, effective conditioning program.

 

The real need, in my mind, is acquiring-drafting much needed talent, esp offensive playmakers and lineman - something we haven't had a penchant for doing in a long time.

 

We get that straightened out; winning and proper conditioning will follow.

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Speaking of conditioning, it's that time of year to get our keyboards cleaned up.

Our annual ER posters inspection found some disturbing sights...

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We can do better than this gang!

 

It's time for our off season strength and conditioning program. We need to be in shape for the season so everybody needs to work out everyday.

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And keep it legal. We had to suspend one poster for the first 4 games of the season for performance enhancing drugs.

 

 

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It makes us look bad in the Ravens fans posting community, the cheater label is starting to get hung on us and face it....
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And Just Remember....

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You can condition amd strength train all you want but there are only so many injuries it can limit, not prevent.

 

Hamstring injuries cam be limited, but can still happen especially if over done.

 

Knees, nope, no matter what anyone says, you can't do much about thoae injuries.

 

Feet, fingers, toes, nope, only make them more susceptible.

 

Dislocations? Yes, you can limit them, but then, if you are prone to them, you are out of luck.

 

Back injuries? To some extent yes, strong core and back muscles help protect the spine, but a disc will go whwn it is time to go...

 

The biggest impact from the proper training is in, as Max said, late in games, late in the season.

 

Minor injury recovery as well, stronger tendons & ligaments but they too can be over worn.

The problem with what you said is it is pretty well agreed upon that the increase in injuries the last several yrs is from a lack of hitting. When your body is not under that punishment it is not used to the pounding. That is part of conditioning so I would say it does prevent injuries.

 

 

 

Conditioning is fine for seasons end, but what about beginning of the season? As I recall we started out 3-0, the proceeded to go 0 for October losing to slappies like the Skids and Jets and Oakland.

 

Pops brought up Christmas day game ughhhh. That game was lost end of 3rd quarter and the begining of the 4th when we put 2 field goals up in a span of two minutes, somehow someway we needed a 7 spot on one of those drives.

 

Don't know how conditioning could of prevented Pitts final drive. They drove at will with a minute to go.

Make it so that final drive the game was already out of the margin of victory. Score on offense and your D needs to be able to hold strong in the 2nd half.

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I don't disagree papa, these new camp rules play a big role in injuries and poor play, also, though in conditioning.

 

Recovery with this team, from injuries appears to take longer, maybe that is just a mirage, maybe it is real, I don't know. But the trainer has been the same for ever it seems....

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Conditioning is fine for seasons end, but what about beginning of the season? As I recall we started out 3-0, the proceeded to go 0 for October losing to slappies like the Skids and Jets and Oakland.

 

Pops brought up Christmas day game ughhhh. That game was lost end of 3rd quarter and the begining of the 4th when we put 2 field goals up in a span of two minutes, somehow someway we needed a 7 spot on one of those drives.

 

Don't know how conditioning could of prevented Pitts final drive. They drove at will with a minute to go.

Go back and watch these games, Skins, Jets and the Raiders. Conditioning of the players wasn't the thing it was the conditioning of some coaches brain.

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