One of the first things Flaherty did after Goff showed up was put him through a 2000 panel blood test. The process is conducted through Flaherty nutritionist who then ships the player blood work in a dry ice box back to the East Coast. About a week later, Flaherty learned of some very interesting results. Turns out, Goff has an enzyme deficiency that didn allow him to break down proteins. Typical nutrition sources where athletes load up to add bulk and muscle didn work for Goff, Which finally explained why no matter how much he ate, He didn seem to be able to fill out. His body didn process red meat. Every college athlete chugs whey protein shakes, But they didn work for Goff either. Nothing seemed to. “We had to adjust his diet and implement probiotics and get him on amino acid supplements, Flaherty said. “He eating lots of lean chicken, Turkey and fish. Working on his diet was the big unlock for him. “We saw big changes in Jared. The biggest thing was seeing advances in his strength, According to Flaherty, Goff set personal records in every lift or strength test he done. When he first showed up, He could do a back deadlift of 330 pounds for five reps. After five weeks, That went up to 495 pounds for five reps. Beyond that, Goff weight now is close to 220, Up almost 15 pounds, And done so while cutting about three percent body fat. These guys check all the boxes in terms of work ethic, Always being on time, Studying film and doing the extra stuff. Flaherty, Who also has trained Russell Wilson the past two years, Adds that Goff has the best footwork in the pocket of any quarterback he worked with. “He just so natural, As for those concerns about Goff frame, Flaherty thinks the QB will be up to “240 pounds easy” By his third season in the league. Keep in mind, Goff also doesn turn 22 untill the middle of his rookie season. In the case of Wentz, An imposing 6 5, 237 pounder with good athleticism, The focus was working on his “Imbalances” For injury prevention and fixing some old bad habits with his footwork.