Tom Mulhern dropped one nice feature on new strength coach Evan Simon that we discussed in this morning's Badger Bits, and he followed it up with this nice breakdown of UW's plan for the seven-week summer conditioning session. Players will now condition every day, Monday-Friday. Granted, the amount of work isn't changing; it's just spread out more over the week. This falls in line with Gary Andersen's stated interest in "prehab to prevent rehab," and it also compensates for UW not running an eight-week session, the maximum mandated by the NCAA. Andersen wants to leave a week at the end for players' "discretionary" time. Mulhern also has the weekly schedule, which is kind of interesting. Basically, Monday is a power day for lower-body workouts; Tuesday is upper-body strength and speed improvement; Wednesday is a no-lift, agility-focused session; Thursday is more strength and lower body, as well as tempo running; Friday is supposedly the hardest day with a focus on metabolic conditioning.