By Matt BarrowsThe NFL is using a virtual reality training session to train players, coaches and administrators to be able to do the same.
The VR session was called “Virtual Practice,” and was held in an undisclosed location in Southern California.
It was designed to help prepare athletes for the season ahead and the challenges ahead.
The practice, which was held at the Los Angeles Coliseum, was used for players, players coaches and athletic trainers to practice in the virtual environment.
The NFL and NFLPA released a statement about the virtual practice, saying it was “designed to provide our players with the tools they need to compete on the field and to help them better prepare for their games.”
Players, coaches, and administrators were told to prepare by practicing against the game footage of themselves practicing.
The VR session allowed them to practice their fundamentals of how to play football, and get the feel for the position.
Players were given a virtual helmet to wear, and were given their own helmets and helmets from a number of different manufacturers.
Players had to practice using the helmet, but also their body.
They were instructed to stand up, and to lean in to hit a receiver.
It is important to practice, the NFLPA said, “without falling down.”
The NFLPA also said that some of the players on the team that took part in the practice, including defensive end Jared Allen, were able to practice during the session.
This is a virtual practice for the players.
We need to be better.
We want to practice like this to prepare.
We need to do this so that when we get to the games, we have a better idea of how good we are.
The session was held on Monday, May 16.
It will be used again this season, with a team of players on hand to practice.