HN TV: Chris Doyle Speaks on Training Hawkeyes Present, Past

April 12, 2019

Written by Rob Howe

IOWA CITY, Iowa – Chris Doyle has spent the last 21 years building up the Hawkeyes. Iowa’s longtime strength and conditioning coach has played a vital role in the developmental program.

Many players who have gone onto the NFL return during the offseason to train here at the football performance center. They work out with the current players and go through the same program.

Doyle spoke about that with the media on Friday afternoon. He explained how things are done and how it’s not for everybody.

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