Aug. 4, 2017
BOISE, Idaho - Boise State men's basketball finished its eight-week summer access workouts last week, bringing to close a highly-successful offseason training program. To celebrate the strides the team made, director of sports performance Adam Hermann joined forces with the football strength and conditioning staff to diversify the training on the final day.
The men's basketball team matched up with and against the football newcomers for a morning of workouts on The Blue and on the hardwood. The football strength and conditioning staff ran everyone through some of their favorite agility drills on the turf, before the tables turned to some of basketball's most dynamic on-court speed and footwork drills.
"You guys put an unbelievable eight weeks together," Hermann told the team prior to getting a final break for the summer. "In my career, my 15 years, that's the best eight-week training block we've ever had with any sport I've ever worked with. With that comes some responsibility. You've got to keep that up. It doesn't matter where you're at or who you're with. The standard doesn't change."
The Broncos will all be back on campus by Aug. 19, ahead of the fall semester beginning Aug. 21.