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Fox Sports Detroit gets pumped up with Red Wings strength and conditioning coach Pete Renzetti

Pretty spiffy stuff: the Red Wings never had a strength and conditioning coach during their Cup-winning heydays of the late 90's and early 00's, but toward the end of Chris Chelios and Kris Draper's tenures with the team, the training staff realized that they could use a non-player's brain to pick in their attempts to keep the Wings ahead of the NHL's fitness curve.

Pete Renzetti now takes care of both the Wings' prospects and prime time players' fitness needs, and Fox Sports Detroit's Justin White took part in a workoud that's specifically designed to address players' needs to efficiently work out without pushing themselves to the point of fatigue given this year's condensed schedule:

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George,

Thanks for this great tidbit. It’s nice to see the Wings are staying at the forefront of conditioning, and I learned quite a bit from this brief clip that I can adapt to my own workouts.

Posted by thethirdcoast from Algiers, DZ on 03/16/13 at 05:17 AM ET

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