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Topic - Steven Savile
Jay Beagle's work is never done.
"He likes to play a pretty fast game, and he likes to crash and bang and he's very high energy. He's also pretty strong for the size he is," Saville said. "If we could keep him fast and make him a little more powerful and give him muscle that he can use, not just muscle for the sake of muscle, it can help him out a lot."
And while Saville said Alzner's nutrition was changed the most to fix some hormonal issues and switch up the supplements he takes, Beagle honed in on what works best for him to ingest.