Still reeling over how its PBA campaign ended last season, NLEX has started camp in Pampanga—Road Warriors head coach Yeng Guiao’s home province—hoping to learn lessons that could come in handy if and when the next season starts.
Guiao and his charges began a six-day training camp at St. Paul American School in Clark Freeport, with the goal of achieving three objectives.
“I just worry that we might commit the same mistake of (players) putting on weight and going out of shape again,” Guiao, who also serves as the club’s general manager, told the Inquirer.
“Though they were also coming from a break, they look better. During the bubble (tournament), when they came back, you could really see that they had additional weight,” he added.
Fitness indeed was key in the…