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University of Buffalo

"This new equipment gives us a big advantage and makes the room significantly more functional ..."

Ryan Cidzik

Strength and Conditioning Coach


The University at Buffalo athletics department has installed new state-of-the-art equipment in the Morris Sports Performance Center.

“This new equipment gives us a big advantage and makes the room significantly more functional,” head strength and conditioning coach for football Ryan Cidzik said.

Working with Legend Fitness, UB installed 12 new pro-style squat and power racks and 12 new pro-style adjustable benches. The room is also equipped with two sets of urethane dumbbells. New to the performance center is a belt squat machine and four pro-style cable pull down machines.

All of the new equipment is emblazoned with the new Buffalo wordmark and spirit marks.

Cidzik said that even more new equipment will be installed in the center by end of the summer.

The Morris Sports Performance Center is a “lab space” for more than 500 UB varsity student-athletes. Completed in 2006, it features over 12,000 square feet and houses state-of-the-art equipment for both aerobic and strength training. The space allows large-squad teams, such as football, track & field, and women’s rowing to train as a team and is essential to the day-to-day strength and conditioning efforts of UB’s varsity student-athletes.

All equipmen finished in Texture Black and Patriot Blue with black upholstery.

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