FSU sending care packages to players

With spring football canceled and person to person contact limited, not to mention many of the players currently being away from Tallahassee, Florida State is getting creative to keep the Seminoles improving off of the field. One big thing that was discussed when head coach Mike Norvell was hired was how he was going to change FSU’s approach in the weight room and nutrition-wise by bringing renowned strength coach Josh Storms with him.

This week, we’ve seen how Norvell and the strength and conditioning staff is planning to mitigate the downtime due to the coronavirus, by mailing nutrition care packages to players.

While it’s unclear what exactly is in the package, you can imagine it contains a variety of protein powders, NCAA-mandated substances, and snacks like peanut, protein bars, dried fruit, etc. It also wouldn’t be surprising if the box had a list of recipes or suggestions on the type of food they should be putting in their bodies. Typically at this point of the offseason, you’d be monitoring players’ diets and workouts, but unfortunately, that’s off the table. This is the next best thing they can do.

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Even though sports are currently sidelined, the Seminoles have to continue preparing like 2020-21 is going to go on as planned until it isn’t. There are countless players on the roster in the midst of rebuilding their bodies, whether that be maintaining, adding, or losing weight. Having these care packages available to aid in that is going to keep things as normal as they can possibly be in these uncharted times.

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