A Closer Look at the USC Strength Program

The Trojans are hard at work this offseason getting bigger and faster for the 2008 season with Coach Carlisle and the USC strength and conditioning program. Kevin Carden spent the day with the Trojans and brings you images from their grueling workouts.


The architect of the USC strength and conditioning program Chris Carlisle.


USC linebacker Clay Matthews was the most intense player in the weight room.


USC wide receiver Damian Williams working on his explosiveness.


It's a race to the finish for Rey Maualuga, Damian Willaims and Gerald
Washington.


Gerald Washington spots USC linebacker Luthur Brown.


USC defensive lineman Averell Spicer working hard to replace Sedrick Ellis.


Clay Matthews and Rey Maualuga working hard in the weight room.


Stafon Johnson is looking to build on his successful 2007 season.


It takes hard work to be a Trojan.


USC linebacker Luthur Brown doing drills with the medicine ball.


Luthur Brown and Averell Spicer working on their conditioning.


USC running back Stafon Johnson has been working hard this offseason.


USC linebacker Clay Matthews working hard with the medicine ball.


USC linebacker Rey Maualuga is poised to have a huge senior year for the
Trojans.


Damian Williams should have a big impact on the Trojans' offense in 2008.


Averell Spicer working hard in the USC weight room.


Stafon Johnson and Damian Williams work on agility drills.


USC defensive lineman Averell Spicer working up a sweat.


Luthur Brown looking very intense in the weight room.


USC fullback Adam Goodman has his game face on.


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