“We have a lot of big platforms that can change into different structures to do different workouts on," Brown said. "We have like a 40-yard blue turf field in there that we can use for a lot of different activities."
"The kind of training that he does is like circuit training," Brown said. "It’s very, very high-tempo; you don’t really have time to rest at all. So you’re getting a good workout in strength and muscle building but at the same time it’s good cardio. So far I like it.”
Brown said that in addition to the high-tempo workouts, Fitzgerald will soon introduce mixed martial arts (MMA) principles as well. This development has Brown, who's dabbled with boxing workouts in past offseasons, enthused.
“He has a lot of heavy bags in there, boxing gloves and boxing mitts," Brown said. "I’m excited for that. That’ll mix it up a bit and give us a little change of pace. I’ve done some boxing but mixed martial arts is a different animal, so I’m excited to see it.”
Fitzgerald, Brown and the Texans were able to start the program yesterday, because the team hired a new head coach this offseason in Bill O'Brien. All NFL squads with new head coahces were able to begin the offseason workouts two weeks before the rest of the League.