Lifting weights during a playoff game is a common sight for the NFL.
That’s because players are playing in the playoffs.
And it’s not just for football fans.
Here are the ways you can lift weights during games:As of March 31, there were 4,908 registered NFL players with at least two seasons in the league, according to ESPN.
And that includes players with a total of 6,819 NFL games.
For most players, this will be their first time lifting weights.
But there are many others who are also using the weight room to help their bodies recover from injury and boost their performance during the postseason.
For example, tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins, who was released by the Seattle Seahawks in August, used the weightroom for his recovery.
He said he was not going to lie, it was tough, but he is doing fine and has gained the confidence back.
“My strength is in the hips, the glutes, and the back.
So when I use the weight I feel like I’m lifting, it feels like I’ve just lifted weights,” Sefer, who signed a one-year deal with the New York Jets in April, said.”
I’ve been lifting weights for a while, and it’s just been a good fit for me, especially as I’ve gotten older and I’ve been more aware of the weight.”
The strength training has become a major part of the NFL’s season-long recovery program.
For example, players can take their weight training sessions to their weight rooms and also take part in weightlifting classes during the season.
But players are not allowed to use the facility during the playoff game.
The NFLPA, however, has started to advocate for the lifting and strength training programs in an effort to improve the health of the players.
The union said it will continue to advocate to leagues to promote and support weight training during the regular season and playoffs.
“The NFL needs to embrace the body and support its players and teams, especially those who are on the field during the games,” NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith said in a statement.
“It’s a time of opportunity for the league to showcase the athletes and players’ health and get the message out to our fans that playing sports is important.”