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August 22, 2013

Merrimack Strong

School gets new state-of-the-art weight room


Last year was perhaps the high mark, with five teams winning conference titles in the Northeast-10.

Kamal is also responsible for bringing the highly-acclaimed “Judgement Day” program to Merrimack athletics.

The disciple of strength-and-conditioning legend Mike Boyle — Kamal received his masters degree from Springfield College and interned for Boyle — he was at Bucknell and the University of Iowa football programs before joining the Warriors.

“If we are training our athletes properly, done to every detail that we are sticklers for, we believe that those three goals are all interchangeable and we directly focus on them all simultaneously,” he said.

With modest resources, to say the least, Kamal’s staff has garnered impressive results. Just think of what can be done now.

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