"I know he can make our guys better in the weight room, but it goes beyond that," Lowe said. "His vision is being the best, and he can talk to the guys about that, from experience. ... He can tell the players about what it takes, all that we did and how hard we worked [when we won the NCAA title]. And they'll listen." said Lowe
This was a great ready with a lot of good, detailed information, such as this excerpt:
Wayne's focus during the off season was building a strong base of power for the players, while trying to limit the wear and tear on their knees.
He mapped out a 151/2-week summer program where he had them pedaling stationary bikes and sweating on treadmills to increase endurance, with individualized weight programs to build strength.
If you look closely, you can start to see a real trend in Coach Lowe's tenure. He is surrounding the program with proven winners from top to bottom. Whether it be players, coaches, or training staff, Lowe is making sure everyone is dedicated to the same thing...not only winning, but being the best.