COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Buckeyes have had a few weeks to get acclimated to life under a new strength and conditioning program under Mickey Marotti. During February the lights of the WHAC are turned on early and turned off late as players have a chance to work out with the S&C staff for a limited amount of hours.
During that time there is a combination of weight lifting, speed training and other techniques to get ready for spring practice that is rapidly approaching. Players have been shedding pounds (or adding weight), dropping body fat and getting quicker and stronger.
Ohio State media has not had the opportunity to check in on the new practice structure but on Wednesday we had a chance to catch up with the man in charge of all the February work to get his thoughts on how his new team is reacting to these new challenges.