UAās new weight-training facility, considered one of the top 5 in the nation, may push the athletic departmentās rectuiting efforts to the next level
Running around his office, Brad Arnett looks like he is on the football field dodging would-be tacklers.
Sneaking by a bench press on his right and maneuvering by a pull-up bar on his left, he shows one of the 60 football players in town this summer how to use an oblique machine. He gets on the machine and does a quick set of repetitions so the athlete can see how it is done.
Meanwhile, he is talking on his cell phone to one of the team doctors.
None of this is new to Arnett ÷ the director of CATS strength and conditioning for all 19 UA teams ÷ but his office is.