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Falcons QB Matt Ryan: Training Routine

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Uploaded on Jul 16, 2008

Matt Ryan, a football quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons (NFL), discusses his training regiment. ""As of recently the training regiment has been pretty intense trying to get ready for the NFL combine and for the draft in April. So I’ve been working a lot on my forty and five ten five and L-drill and vertical jump, all that kind of stuff, to try and improve that and get those numbers as well as they can possibly be and as fast as they can possibly be. And it’s changed from in the past. Through college, I think, you train a little more so during the winter and the summers to prepare to play football as compared to time those numbers. So it’s been a little different this year, but that’s kind of the process that you have to go through. I had always kind of lifted weights and done some of the ring in high school and, you know, was into it and worked hard at it, but I don’t think I really saw the importance of how that can affect your game, how it can improve your play on the field until I got to college. And, you know, I worked with some great strength and conditioning coaches at BC, Todd Rights, my first four years, and Jason Lascalco, my last year at BC, and those guys taught me a lot about weight lifting, conditioning in terms of running mechanics, all that kind of stuff and how it can improve your game and how it can improve your performance on the field. So, you know, I trained in high school and I did the things I though necessary but I was educated to a much greater degree in strength and conditioning in college and I think that helped me through.""

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