Hockey players are arguably in the best physical shape among their counterparts from other sports, and the man who keeps the Nashville Predators in top form is strength and conditioning coach David Good.
This week, Good showed us a few of the drills and exercises he uses with the team in the workout room.
"I'm not a screamer or a yeller like some strength coaches are, but I do a lot of motivation through music and I guess just having a good atmosphere. The guys will get in here and help each other. It should be the most lively room in the place," Good said.
Good said Preds captain Shea Weber is probably in the best shape on the team and sets the example for his teammates.
"As out captain, he sets the example on and off the ice. He's my star and our overall fitness winner," Good said.
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